|Local Archived News 04/06|
Beal to serve as new Village Council member
By LEIGH ANN GLASS
Von Beal was sworn in as the newest member of Richwood Village Council
when it met in regular session on Monday, April 24.
Landon receives eight-year sentence on theft charges
By RYAN HORNS
A Union County contractor who stole more than $100,000 from his clients
and employees will spend the next eight years in prison.
Board votes to non-renew Price's teaching contract
By Leigh Ann Glass
North Union Elementary School third grade teacher Helen Anderson addressed
members of the North Union Board of Education at the Monday, April 17
meeting regarding art teacher Melanie Price.
Karcher family praises MR/DD program results
Pete Emmons, MR/DD Community Outreach & Training Coordinator
Young Riley Karcher is on a mission ... a mission to enjoy the full benefits
of community living. At age three, a severe seizure disorder emerged, which frequently led to
multiple seizures a day and delays in development.
Lin Hensley appointed as
acting Village Administrator
By Leigh Ann Glass
County Commissioner Tom McCarthy addressed Village Council at the meeting held Monday, April 10.
Pinwheels for preventions
Raising awareness to prevent child abuse and neglect
By PAT WILLIAMS Union County Dept. of Jobs and Family Services
On Tuesday, April 18, the lawn at the North Union High School will bloom with plantings of an unusual kind. Over 200 pinwheels will be ³planted,² each to represent a report of child abuse or neglect that occurred in Union County during 2004.
Heritage Ohio releases report on what's good/bad in Richwood
Comments/articles taken from D.A.R.T Report Heritage Ohio's
Downtown Assessment Resource Team (DART) spent October 25
and 26, 2005 in Richwood to assess the downtown district's revitalization
needs and opportunities. The assessment process had several functions:
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