Employees of the village of Centerburg will work in 2010 under the same pay scale as 2009 after council voted Monday night not to give pay increases, keeping with the Social Security Administration’s denial of a cost of living increase.
The Danville Village Council set the salaries for elected officials and wages for village employees during its meeting Monday.
The final Gambier Village Council meeting for 2009 dealt mostly with a controversy over adopting the village’s parks plan.
As of Dec. 1, the Knox County Art League has moved out of the B&O Depot on West High Street and moved to new quarters at 15 N. Main St.
Former Mount Vernon School Board candidate Robert Kirk is scheduled to appear before the Ohio Elections Commission Jan. 21 in regard to a complaint filed claiming he took corporate donations during his campaign.
Gail W. Hatfield, 43, Centerburg, has been indicted in Licking County on several felony counts involving theft.
Nevaeh Smith was named Miss Snowflake and Colton May was named Jack Frost on Saturday during the Centerburg Heart of Ohio Women’s Club “Lunch with Santa.”
Displays heralding the holiday season fill the windows of downtown businesses, with the The Woolson Spice Co. earning the award of Best Overall Christmas Window Display in the 2009 Heritage Centre Association Christmas Window Display contest.
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