Showers And Thunderstorms Sunday
MORNING WEATHER DISCUSSION Date: July 27th Time 5:30 a.m. Meteorologist: Erin Carroll Your Doppler 10 Forecast This Morning: Mostly cloudy skies.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Licking County Courthouse clocks undergoing repairs
What time is it? Don't look for an answer atop the Licking County Courthouse, at least not before mid-September.
Cool off with Gypsy Joe's Ice Cream
When the outside air temperature starts hovering between steamy and boiling, many Lancaster natives head over to Gypsy Joe's Ice Cream and Donut Company for relief.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
'Uncle Sam' makes a few festival stops
Just after 9/11, actor Mark Abbati decided that he needed to do something. "We all know that, during a crisis, patriotism expands, and after a few years, it begins to wane," Abbati said.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Sentenced to 180 days in jail, 137 suspended. Brunet, Jarrod T., 20, 8750 Eastfield Court, Pickerington, convicted of criminal damaging or endangering, a second-degree misdemeanor.
Classical expert an annual highlight for all
As someone who jokes about struggling to locate middle C on a piano, Christopher Purdy, considered an expert among classical music circles, is a mainstay at the Lancaster Festival.
Hocking County Murder Suspect Shoots Self During Standoff
Police say a murder suspect attempted to take his own life early Monday morning during a standoff at a motel in Fayette County.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Festival quintet performs classics
Sunday's Lancaster Festival concert at Christ United Methodist Church might have been at a satellite location, but the Festival Wind Quintet still drew a crowd.
OU-L's 'Cinderella' premieres to packed theater
It's theater director A. Victor Jones who truly wields the magic wand on stage and off at Ohio University-Lancaster.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Couple celebrates 25 years at Amy Grant concert
Longtime Lancaster residents J.T. and Karen Burcham's relationship came full circle when they heard Amy Grant perform with the Lancaster Festival Orchestra on Saturday night at Ohio University-Lancaster's Wendel Concert Stage.
Schools to still use calamity days this year
Beginning this coming school year, school districts can change to an hour-based schedule that will no longer contain calamity days, but many in Fairfield County are not making the change.
Lancaster's Jacob Libby earns rank of Eagle Scout
Jacob completed his Eagle Board of Review in November. His Eagle Scout project consisted of building spectator benches for the Lancaster High School tennis courts, which previously had limited seating for guests and spectators.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
1st Cafe Concert a success
Ukranian pianist Vadim Neselovskyi opened the first Cafe Concert of the Lancaster Festival on Friday with an energetic arrangement and kept the audience hooked until the end.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Festival gets 'more rock and roll'
For the first time in the 30-year history of the Lancaster Festival the 10-day event featured a concert on the festival's first Thursday.
New Horizons announces board changes
Scott Reed recently was elected as chairman of the New Horizons Mental Health Services board of directors.
School construction sites buzzing with activity this summer
Summer might normally be a quiet time in many of the school properties around the city, but there is a great deal going on with the Lancaster city schools construction project.
Fairfield Homes donates $12,500 to Tour de Cause
Fairfield Homes donated $12,500 to the Tour de Cause bicycle race that took place July 12 to benefit The Recovery Center of Fairfield County.
The Columbus Dispatch
Top things to do this weekend, July 18-21
Summer is halfway over and the festivals are in full bloom. Head outside and enjoy it while the temperatures are superb.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Merchants to hold day shopping event
Merchants in the village of Lithopolis are sponsoring Girls Day of Shopping from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 26. Businesses will offer food samples, discounts on merchandise, and other shopping specials.
Letters to the stars
More than 50 years ago Phil Gerstner never would have thought a term paper from his teenage years would be featured in a gallery, especially one starring a famous person he corresponded with once.