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Brian McEnnis didn't get the chance to participate in anything like the North Central District Science Day or Marion Area Science & Engineering Fair.
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The Palace Theatre volunteer advisory committee members will meet with potential Palace volunteers during an orientation session at 7 p.m March 18. The Palace hopes to build a volunteer corps with people ranging from juniors in high school to retirees who wish to give back to the community.
Classic Championship Wrestling will celebrate fans on Saturday night for Slamapalooza fan appreciation night.
The League of Women Voters Marion recently completed the editing and publication of this year's updated List of Public Officials.
In the conventional way of thinking, the 40 days of Lent are for fish fry Fridays and giving up chocolate, alcohol or something else until Easter.
The United Way of Marion County came within 5 percent of reaching its $1 million goal for 2013, Dan Wigton said Wednesday.
John Sanders, president of OhioHealth Marion General Hospital, announced Wednesday that he is stepping down from his position, effective April 11. Marion General, and health care in Marion overall, has experienced a great deal of growth and change during Sanders' tenure, ensuring patients have access to quality care, expert physicians, experienced ... (more)
A man drew a handgun and fired multiple shots toward the door of a crowded bar, injuring two people, before fleeing in a white car.
Ridgedale High School will present its spring musical, "Bye Bye Birdie" this weekend at The Palace Theatre in Marion.
At about 1:29am, Officers responded to the parking lot of the Timeout Bar on Davids Street for the report of a shooting.
Loss prevention workers at several corporate chains are working behind the scenes to snuff out shoplifting and organized retail crime in the county.
A poster of a cat hanging on a clothesline with the words "Hang In There" plastered over the top just didn't do it for Alex Sheridan.
Youths in Marion, as well as around the country, have many opportunities to get involved in organizations that will give them positive experiences in their life.