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  1. Man commits robbery again, gets 7 years againRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Marion Star

    A Marion man out of prison for four months committed armed robbery again and was sentenced to seven more years in prison. Marion man convicted again of armed robbery gets 7 more years in prison A Marion man out of prison for four months committed armed robbery again and was sentenced to seven more years in prison.

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  2. Former pool manager pleads guilty to stealingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Marion Star

    Kathleen Steinberger could be sentenced to up to 18 months in prison after admitting to stealing thousands of dollars from the Waldo Pool. Former Waldo Pool manager pleads guilty to stealing money from pool Kathleen Steinberger could be sentenced to up to 18 months in prison after admitting to stealing thousands of dollars from the Waldo Pool.

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  3. Developmental disabilities board operating in a deficitRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Marion Star

    Members of the board of developmental disabilities are hopeful that a new continuous levy will be placed on the ballot this November. Developmental disabilities board operating in a deficit Members of the board of developmental disabilities are hopeful that a new continuous levy will be placed on the ballot this November.

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  4. MarionMade: John Keggan knows how to 'get it done'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 17 | The Marion Star

    He and his family are known for operating Marion Flower Shop . Keggan has been involved in many fundraising efforts in Marion.

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  5. Silver Street fire leaves garage damagedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Marion Star

    Investigators in Marion are looking into a fire that destroyed an abandoned two-car garage on Silver Street over the weekend. Two-car garage destroyed during Silver Street blaze Investigators in Marion are looking into a fire that destroyed an abandoned two-car garage on Silver Street over the weekend.

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  6. Adoptive dad gives 4 siblings a homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 17 | The Marion Star

    When the Andersons started looking into adoption, they thought they would take one or two kids. Now, they have adopted four children, all siblings.

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  7. Marion County property transfersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 15 | The Marion Star

    Marion County property transfers These real estate transactions were recorded in Marion County between June 4 and 6. Check out this story on marionstar.com: https://ohne.ws/2sZFQvm 4498 Berry Road, Marion; Elijah C. and Hannah L. Hartman to Shannon K. Freeman and Christopher A. Watson; $125,500 26.935 acres Prospect Mount Vernon Road E., Waldo; Jacqueline S. and James Minarchek to Thomas F. and Dorothy M. Leib; $161,610 3282 Stony Creek Lane, Marion; James A. and Jessica L. Toland to Phillip A. and Laura L. Wright; $334,500 435 S. Main St., Marion; Daniel J. and Kimberly A, Bradshaw to Lynette M. and Ronald W. Lawson Jr.; $140,000

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  8. Marion owed more than $3M in unpaid trash billsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 14 | The Marion Star

    Marion seeks to recoup more than $3 million in unpaid trash bills In 2017, Marion billed nearly $3.16 million for trash pickup and collected about $2.55 million Check out this story on marionstar.com: https://ohne.ws/2sXztJ4 All were blamed Monday for the more than $3 million in unpaid trash bills the city is trying to rectify. A proposed change to city code went before the full Marion City Council for the first time Monday.

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  9. Longtime Marion restaurant to move down the roadRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 14 | The Marion Star

    Steve's Dakota Grill on Marion-Mount Gilead Road will open its doors less than a quarter-mile away this summer, at the old Jolly Mushroom building. Steve's Dakota Grill to move into old Jolly Mushroom building this summer Steve's Dakota Grill on Marion-Mount Gilead Road will open its doors less than a quarter-mile away this summer, at the old Jolly Mushroom building.

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  10. Domestic violence shelter closer to expandingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 13 | The Marion Star

    Turning Point domestic violence shelter one step closer to expanding Turning Point -which opened its doors in Marion 39 years ago- has almost reached its goal of raising $3.2 million for the Delaware County project. Check out this story on marionstar.com: https://ohne.ws/2Ms1KzE Brittany Close answers the phone at Turning Point's Marion facility on Wednesday.

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  11. One dead in two-car crash outside MarionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 13 | The Marion Star

    A 28-year-old Marion man was killed in two-vehicle crash at Ohio 203 and Keener Road west of Marion on Wednesday. One killed, four injured in two-car crash outside Marion A 28-year-old Marion man was killed in two-vehicle crash at Ohio 203 and Keener Road west of Marion on Wednesday.

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  12. Marion County Dems pick new chair to lead partyRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 12 | The Marion Star

    Kelly Carr, who is Marion city auditor, was elected chair of the Marion County Democratic Party. She replaces Mike Thomas.

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  13. New tips on Grate victim's ID after bulletinRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 12 | The Marion Star

    Law enforcement in southern states were enlisted to help identify the mystery woman found dead in Marion County, leading to new tips. New tips roll in after southern states asked to help ID Grate victim Law enforcement in southern states were enlisted to help identify the mystery woman found dead in Marion County, leading to new tips.

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  14. Reports of gunshots on East Church StreetRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 11 | The Marion Star

    A 22-year-old man reported that he heard gunshots in the 900 block of East Church Street. Police found five shell casings, but said no one was injured.

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  15. Still a ways to go before downtown 'renaissance'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 10 | The Marion Star

    Downtown backers have heralded a "renaissance" for the downtown with a surge of new restaurants and shops opening downtown, but how many are left? Is a 'renaissance' still ahead for downtown Marion businesses? Downtown backers have heralded a "renaissance" for the downtown with a surge of new restaurants and shops opening downtown, but how many are left? Check out this story on marionstar.com: https://ohne.ws/2JtJW58 MARION - Downtown proponents ushered in a lineup of new businesses with much fanfare in recent years, though some of those businesses have since fizzled out. New investment has been flowing into downtown, with new businesses filling up formerly empty storefronts and vacant buildings.

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  16. Troopers investigating crash on Owens RoadRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 9 | The Marion Star

    The Marion Post of the Highway Patrol is investigating a serious crash involving a dirt bike and three wheeler that occurred on Owens Road. Troopers investigating crash on Owens Road The Marion Post of the Highway Patrol is investigating a serious crash involving a dirt bike and three wheeler that occurred on Owens Road.

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  17. Tres taco shop faces uncertain future downtownRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 8 | The Marion Star

    Tres taco shop faces uncertain future in downtown Employees at the Mexican restaurant Tres told the Star their pay hasn't been consistent in the past month. Check out this story on marionstar.com: https://ohne.ws/2McePgi Lily Johnston and Joel Roberts clean the bar at Tres on Friday.

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  18. ICE investigation may trace back to MarionRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 7 | The Marion Star

    A woman arrested for providing stolen identities in Marion reportedly led to the arrest of 114 workers in Sandusky and Castalia Corso's locations. Massive Ohio ICE raid may have Marion connection A woman arrested for providing stolen identities in Marion reportedly led to the arrest of 114 workers in Sandusky and Castalia Corso's locations.

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  19. County hopes to benefit from neighbor's growthRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 6 | The Marion Star

    County officials hope to capitalize from neighboring population booms Declining population has not worried county officials who look to take advantage of southern growth. Check out this story on marionstar.com: https://ohne.ws/2M65KFM A construction worker walks by a truck at the POET Biorefining plant on Hillman-Ford Road.

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  20. Murder suspect says shooting was an accidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 7 | The Marion Star

    Mitchell A. Rankin insisted during a three-hour police interrogation that the shooting of his longtime girlfriend was an "accident." Murder suspect 'wasn't thinking straight' when locking door after shooting Mitchell A. Rankin insisted during a three-hour police interrogation that the shooting of his longtime girlfriend was an "accident."

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