21 min ago
Daniel J. Myers, 39, Columbus, was found guilty of driving pension/judgment suspension and speeding and was fined $645 plus costs, with $250 suspended on condition of no offenses in two years.
4 hrs ago
Felony charges dropped against driver in fatal crash from June on technicality
A Columbus man originally charged in a fatal crash that claimed the life of a former Pataskala man has had felony charges against him dismissed, according to Licking County Common Pleas Court records.
11 hrs ago
GHS a repeat Battelle SOAR award-winner
Granville High School again won recognition as a High Progress school, and the entire Granville school district was awarded recognition as one of the most improved districts in Ohio, among 2013 SOAR Awards for High Progress from Battelle for Kids.
15 hrs ago
DU class assesses shopping in Granville
Granville residents need to shop locally. So said members of the Denison University environmental practicum class Thursday night after a semester long study.
16 hrs ago
A story on the way home - conclusion
It was one thing to lose a sister, and another to find a grandfather, but in this case the two were wrapped up in each other.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
Turkey Trot raises $75,000 for food pantry
The Granville Turkey Trot raised a record $75,000 for the Food Pantry Network of Licking County, it was announced Friday at a gathering of event sponsors and volunteers.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Expelled student files lawsuit against Denison University
An 18-year-old expelled by Denison University in November after allegations of sexual assault were brought against him is suing the university and his accuser.
Trees promoted in joint effort at mansion
The Bryn Du Mansion and the Village Tree and Landscape commissions have announced a joint program to promote further planting of trees to enhance the beauty of the Granville community.
Rec district to relocate in school office space
Granville Schools and the Granville Recreation District announced details of a tentative agreement allowing the GRD to share office space at the school district's main office building at 130 N. Granger Street in Granville.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Council backs return of Porsche to Ohio Show
Granville Village Council gave a nod of approval to invite the Mid-Ohio Region Porsche Club of America back for the third time to host its Porsche to Ohio Show downtown.
Trees in place for land lab
Phase one of the Granville Schools Land Lab began in earnest last week just before Old Man Winter got a firm grip.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Granville Library to display model train exhibit
The free exhibit will be on display from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at the library, 217 E. Broadway, Granville.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
'Messiah' still going strong in 84th year
A classic holiday performance that focuses on the spiritual side of Christmas will take place in Zanesville for the 84th consecutive year in the community.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Thousands flock to yearly holiday event in Granville
Families, friends and village visitors crowded East Broadway and surrounding streets Saturday to join in the festivities for the 28th annual Christmas Candlelight Walking Tour.
Lipsey -- DiYanni
The bride is the daughter of Crawford and Nancy Lipsey, of Clarkston, Mich., formerly of Granville.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Denison partnership with county goal for new university president
The Licking County community is an asset to Denison University, and new president Adam Weinberg wants the college to be of value to that community, he said Friday morning at his first Denison Business and Industry Breakfast.
MLK 'Feed the Dream' drive will include art event
The 2014 Martin Luther King Day "Feed the Dream" food drive in Granville is just around the corner, with an additional component.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Hartfield gets fifth mayoral term in Granville
Melissa Hartfield was appointed to her fifth two-year term as mayor Wednesday night, putting her in the position to become the second-longest serving mayor in Granville history.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Officials to discuss possible golf course deal
A deal for a conservation easement prohibiting further development on the Granville Golf Course property will be put before Granville Township Trustees on Dec. 11. Trustees agreed last week to place the topic on their meeting agenda to discuss their role in the golf course preservation effort -- one that now might involve the Village of Granville.