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9 hrs ago | Lancaster Eagle-Gazette
A Fairfield County Sheriff's deputy was in the area of Blacklick Road and Wanda Drive on Tuesday and saw a van matching the witnesses' description.
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13 hrs ago | Lancaster Eagle-Gazette
Fourteen people were arrested Wednesday during a Fairfield-Hocking Major Crimes Unit "saturation patrol" on Lancaster's west side.
17 hrs ago | The Columbus Dispatch
An educator at the Fairfield County Board of Developmental Disabilities' Forest Rose School has been suspended with pay leave pending an investigation into allegations that she shoved a student.
A staff member at a school for developmentally disabled children is on paid leave after allegedly assaulting a student.
The Canal Winchester Area Chamber of Commerce announced that it will again offer area residents and businesses the opportunity to purchase HoneyBaked Ham Co.
The Lancaster AAA Store will host its third annual "First a Friend, Then a Host" Holiday Mocktail Competition from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday at 714 N. Memorial Drive, Lancaster.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Fairfield County recently announced that Laugh for Kids' Sake, a comedy fundraiser starring national headliner Mike Green, will be conducted Feb. 8 at the Eagles Event Center in Lancaster.
The snow emergency went into effect just before 7 a.m., and more snow is expected throughout the morning.
State investigators say Deborah Smalley used her political office to require workers to spend days at a time working on her campaign, to obtain Social Security numbers of her enemies and to buy items to keep in her house, according to documents unsealed Monday by the Ohio Supreme Court.
Readers often ask where I find the ideas for my stories. Usually, someone asks about the history of a building or shares a photograph that catches my interest, and I am off to the library to begin research.
Magical sounds of beautiful holiday music will happen at the First Church of God, 732 E. Sixth Ave., again this season.
The Fairfield County Ohio State University Extension will host a "Lunch and Learn" bird feeding program at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Ag Center, 831 College Ave., Lancaster.
Despite what turned out to be a mild weather forecast this morning and heading into the afternoon, Fairfield County school superintendents think they made the best decision to cancel schools.