NEW BREMEN - School board members passed a resolution Wednesday asking state legislators to override Gov. John Kasich's recent veto of tangible personal property tax reimbursements.
In the past, the tangible personal property tax applied to local businesses' machinery, inventory, furniture, fixtures and similar items. In 2005, the state legislature eliminated the tax to boost Ohio business. The state then committed to reimburse school districts for the lost value of that tax. [More]
NOBLESVILLE - For all the offstage brouhaha - the bickering, the canceled tour dates a few years ago, the smack talk about former members - Van Halen stormed into the Klipsch Music Center last Wednesday as a ferocious, well-oiled rock 'n' roll locomotive.
GRAND LAKE - Entertainment, a cruise-in, food and educational programs will be among the many activities at this year's Grand Lake State Park Fall Fest. The festival runs Friday through Sunday at the state park, located off state Route 703 west of St. Marys.
Most ladies who played volleyball more than 30 years ago come to a similar deduction as former Minster Wildcats' standout Brenda (Schmiesing) Spieles when contrasting today's game to back when they played.