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Briefs: Licking County high schools show Click it or Ticket success  The Newark Advocate

Of the state of Ohio, in 2018, Licking County teenagers received the second-highest number of citations for not wearing a seatbelt while driving. In response, the ...



Licking Valley junior remembered for cheerful personality  The Newark Advocate

Licking Valley High School students remember Emma Cunningham, junior, as "cheerful and happy." Cunningham died Thursday in a one-car accident.



Licking Valley High School junior killed in crash  10TV

The Ohio State Highway Patrol said 16-year-old Emma Cunningham, of Nashport, was driving a car when she lost control.



Licking Valley High School counselor recognized as 'Ohio School Counselor of the Year'  The Newark Advocate

Courtney Lichtenauer, school counselor at Licking Valley High School, was recognized by the Ohio School Counselors Association for her dedication.



Girard survives taut tilt with Licking Valley | Football  Richland Source

Girard's grip wasn't secure until the clock expired, but when that happened it had a 53-48 win over Licking Valley during this Division IV Ohio boys high school ...



After 61 years, Licking Valley's Crawford brothers united  The Newark Advocate

The Crawford brothers, both Licking Valley graduates, recently discovered they have another brother after 61 years.



Hanover park a legacy a decade in the making  The Newark Advocate

In the heart of the Village of Hanover, a legacy is in the making. It began a decade ago, inspired by a baby who no longer calls Hanover home; a baby whose ...



Licking Valley volleyball carries momentum into district semifinals  The Newark Advocate

Licking Valley used a slew of offensive options to beat Olentangy Berlin in four sets and advance in the Division II district tournament.



Hains begins fifth phase of Hanover housing development  The Newark Advocate

Carl Hains, a Hanover developer, broke ground Wednesday on a 74-home, fifth phase of his housing development in the eastern Licking County village.



Vigil planned as Licking Valley grapples with deaths of three recent graduates  The Newark Advocate

A vigil is scheduled for 8 p.m. Sunday at Licking Valley High School to remember Tommy Wogan, Andy Clark and Steven Jervis.



Troopers investigating fatal accident involving a 16-year-old girl  ABC6OnYourSide.com

Among all the debris at the scene of the deadly accident along County Road 668 in Licking County is a cross. Jim Bishop also lives right next door to where the ...



3 Licking Valley graduates take own lives over 4 day period  10TV

A Licking County community is hit hard with grief after three former students all took their own lives over four days. Recent Licking Valley High School graduates ...



Northridge, C-TEC graduate dies in Saturday crash  The Newark Advocate

A Northridge graduate was killed in a crash Saturday night.



Hanover's Hainsview Estates to add about 80 homes  The Newark Advocate

The planned addition of about 80 homes into Hainsview Estates appears to be welcome news for most in the Hanover area.



What Principals Can Do to Keep Schools Safe Amid Shooting Fears  Education Week

Principals are closest to the fears that students, staff, and parents have of school violence. Here's how three principals strive to keep their schools safe.



Ohio Community Defies Atheist Group's Threat With Public Prayer at High School Football Game  Christian Post

An Ohio community sent a message to the atheist advocacy group Freedom From Religion Foundation Friday night as community members made it known ...



Public Records: Licking County Restaurant Inspections for Oct. 23  The Newark Advocate

See the latest restaurant inspections with critical violations.



Newark teacher, 4-H kids head to Trump inauguration  The Newark Advocate

A Newark High School teacher and two 4-H kids will watch Donald Trump become the 45th president of the United States.



Briefs: Newark kindergarten registration open  The Newark Advocate

With spring approaching, it's now time to start thinking about registering your child for kindergarten. Newark City Schools is holding its annual Kindergarten ...



Licking County Port Authority shows off growing campus, expanding companies  The Newark Advocate

The Heath-Newark-Licking County Port Authority, which manages the campus, gave a quick look inside Purus, Mistras Group, Ariel and GB Foods.



Aces of Trades – Glenn’s Market  The Newark Advocate

Glenn's Market is just one of those places. Owner Greg Myers describes it as an old-fashioned “general store.”



Proud Pethtels personify Panthers  The Newark Advocate

Father, son both head coaches for different sports at Licking Valley.



CEO Profile – Andrew Morrison Buckeye Winery  The Newark Advocate

The Morrisons are a family of entrepreneurs. And since they own Buckeye Winery, it should come as no surprise winemaking also runs in the family.



Valley graduate remembered for positive attitude after fatal crash  The Newark Advocate

NEWARK - A 2014 Licking Valley High School graduate is being remembered as someone with a permanent smile by those who knew him. The young man ...



Runners converge on Y City for half marathon  Zanesville Times Recorder

The first ever Zanesville City Half Marathon will be held Sept. 15 and cover most of the city.



Licking County students speak out at local March For Our Lives  The Newark Advocate

Newark hosted a March For Our Lives event Saturday at the courthouse square.



Aces of Trades – Jonathon Hardy following passion with JH Stained Glass  The Newark Advocate

Jonathon Hardy is following his passion, and his passion is creating vibrant stained glass.



Red Pony Medicine offers acupuncture treatments  The Newark Advocate

Licking Valley graduate Christina Walker recently returned to this area with her practice of acupuncture.



NHS program largest ROTC in Ohio  The Newark Advocate

Goal of Newark Air Force Junior ROTC program is to improve citizenship among its 260 student participants.



Vaping on the sly: New devices are making it easy to vape at school  Mail Tribune

High school administrators across central Ohio are increasingly warning parents about teens using e-cigarettes or vapes. Battery-powered vaporizers allow ...



Aces of Trades – Tre Bri Boutique  The Newark Advocate

NEWARK – Tre Bri Boutique is run by the mother-daughter team of Teresa Schlaegel (mom) and Brittany Thomas (daughter). For both, it's not only a labor of ...



Voter Guide: Hanover Township  The Newark Advocate

Candidates below are listed in alphabetical order by last name. Responses are directly from each candidate and have not been edited for *content*. Photos were ...



Hopewell Federal Credit Union welcomes team members  CUinsight.com

HEATH / NEWARK/JOHNSTOWN, OH (April 10, 2018) — Hopewell Federal Credit Union (HFCU) expands its team with four new team members.



Local Lego league teams head to state championship  The Newark Advocate

Six central Ohio FIRST Lego League (FLL) teams are advancing to compete in the Ohio FLL Championship.



Kids saying no to cigarettes, yes to vaping. And new devices are making it easy to vape in school  The Columbus Dispatch

High school administrators across central Ohio are increasingly warning parents about teens using e-cigarettes or vapes. Battery-powered vaporizers allow ...



Neighbors News  The Newark Advocate

Club Notes, Campus Corner and more from local achieving.



Toboso man to donate 3,100 liquor bottles to whiskey museum  The Newark Advocate

Barry Haley will donate the 3100 liquor bottles he's collected over the last 44 years to a museum in Kentucky.



Zonta Club of Columbus honors 2018 Outstanding Young Women  The Newark Advocate

The 12 women honored were selected based on their excellence in academics, leadership, and *service* to their school and community.



New Licking County teachers excited for year  The Newark Advocate

Three new teachers are excited to start working at the school and meet their new students.



Labor Day Parade set for noon Monday  The Newark Advocate

NEWARK – The annual Labor Day Parade kicks off at noon Monday on Granville Street next to Newark High School. Participants will start lining up at 10 a.m. on ...



Parents just say no to random drug tests for kids  Canton Repository

About half of students at Granville High School opt out of screening program. Other districts nearby make tests mandatory for participation.



Realtor has helped clients for 28 years  The Newark Advocate

Realtor Evie Via has been helping clients go home for 28 years.



BOYS BASKETBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Gate City senior Mac McClung  Bristol Herald Courier

It was Mac McClung's finest moment. An exclamation point that was anything but anticlimactic. A flurry of acrobatic layups, dynamic dunks, crossover dribbles, ...



COTC engineering technology program receives accreditation  The Newark Advocate

NEWARK - Central Ohio Technical College is working to give students the technological skills they will require in the workforce, while also matching the needs of ...



Ohio students to test drive new Common Core exams; See what schools will take part here  The Plain Dealer

Schools across Ohio will try out new Common Core tests this spring, but don't look for scores for your child. This round of tests is to just try out the tests ...



Ohio State Highway Patrol names Joshua T. O'Donnell as its Trooper of the Year for the Steubenville Post | News, Sports, Jobs  The Steubenville Herald-Star

STEUBENVILLE — Ohio State Highway Patrol Trooper Joshua T. O'Donnell has been selected as the 2016 trooper of the year at the Steubenville Post.



A thousand local families need holiday help  The Newark Advocate

The Advocate has launched a second Give a Child a Christmas effort to help make children's wishes come true.



Aces of Trades – Buckeye Winery  The Newark Advocate

What started with a trip to an X-ray convention has resulted in one of Newark's best-known wineries.



Newark policeman Conley doesn't see himself as a hero  The Newark Advocate

NEWARK – Newark Police Officer Jarrod Conley doesn't see himself as a hero. Many people in the community would beg to differ. Conley was shot in the left ...



Local agencies provide presents to children in need  The Newark Advocate

Licking County agencies work together to make Christmas happen for hundreds of children.



Big Red claims sectional crown | News, Sports, Jobs  The Steubenville Herald-Star

NEWARK — The Steubenville wrestling team advanced all 14 to the Division II district tournament next weekend at Heath High School. That allowed Big Red a ...



4-H Band members are looking for alumni stories  The Newark Advocate

The Licking County 4-H Band is collecting stories from alumni for a history blog.



Wilson’s Garden Center has grown from its roots  The Newark Advocate

This week's Aces of Trades features Wilson's Garden Center.



1,500 seasonal jobs available  Zanesville Times Recorder

FRAZEYSBURG — Fanatics Inc. announced Wednesday that it is hiring 1,500 temporary employees to help meet the demand for the sport and holiday season.



Teen "Sexting" Worries Parents, Schools  CBS News

Prosecutors Have Filed Charges Against Kids Who Send Out Photos Of Their Naughty Bits.



RCD Sales survives tough times, earns Business of Year  The Newark Advocate

RCD Sales, a Hebron-based recreational vehicle business, has survived difficult times.



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