MOUNT VERNON -- What would it be like to one day be able to walk or ride a bicycle on a path all the way between Cleveland and Cincinnati?
FREDERICKTOWN -- Fredericktown United Methodist will sell firewood on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 8 a.m. to noon, near Ankneytown.
FREDERICKTOWN -- The Fredericktown Community Joint Emergency Ambulance District is asking the residents in its service area to approve a replacement levy to help fund the EMS department.
MOUNT VERNON -- Milling and paving will begin on Coshocton Avenue Monday, Mayor Richard Mavis reported.
DANVILLE -- In a battle between two unbeaten teams in the Mid-Buckeye Conference, someone was going to have to step up and make the difference.
UTICA -- The Fredericktown and Utica football teams slugged it out like two heavyweight fighters Friday night.
SPARTA -- The Highland Scots ran all over the visiting Mount Gilead Indians, rolling up 312 yards on the ground and mauling them 42-0 in Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference action on Friday.
HOWARD -- Loudonville held a commanding 33-14 lead after three quarters of play on Friday, but East Knox scored two touchdowns in the final minutes of play to keep things interesting before falling 33-27.
DELAWARE -- A hangover left over from last week, perhaps? Or did Delaware Hayes catch lightning in a bottle?
JOHNSTOWN -- A deft combination of passing and running propelled the Centerburg football team to a 29-0 shutout victory over Northridge on Friday night.
COLUMBUS -- Faithe Carr didn't have the kind of first round she had hoped for.
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