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3/6/19

       Chip Hubbs to chair Innovation Institute Board

       Organizations supported by United Way

       Recent storms may have changed property values

       Bloodmobile comes to town March 18

3/13/19
      Fair board announces 2019 changes
      Council discusses Franklin Street Project
      Free mobile phone app announced by sheriff’s office
3/20/19
      North Union School Board hears about new “pathways”
      NUHS incident ends in standoff at hospital
      LUC to sponsor Fair Housing program
 
 

Chip Hubbs to chair Innovation Institute Board
From Richwood Gazette Staff reports
The Institute for Health Innovation of the Ohio Hospital Association (OHA) recently welcomed the newest chair of its Board of Directors. Memorial Health President and CEO Chip Hubbs took the helm last month.

Organizations supported by United Way
By Sherryl Sheets
The United Way of Union County recently announced that while they fell short of their goal, they were still able to help support local partner agencies and programs for 2019.

Recent storms may have changed property values
From J-T Staff Reports
With the recent storms and high winds, the Union County Auditor is reminding residents that high winds and storms may have changed the value of their property.

Bloodmobile comes to town March 18
By Sherryl Sheets
Mark your calendar for Monday, March 18 and be ready to roll up your sleeves.
The American Red Cross will be in town at the Richwood Marketing office, located at 15 E. Ottawa Street in Richwood from 1 to 7 p.m.

Fair board announces 2019 changes
By Sherryl Sheets, Richwood Gazette
The Richwood Independent Fair Board is announcing some major changes to the 2019 fair, Aug. 28 through Labor Day, Sept. 2. So 4-Hers, FFA students, parents and fairgoers should take notes of these changes.

Council discusses Franklin Street Project
By Sherryl Sheets
Village council members heard updates on the Franklin Street Project during Monday night’s regular meeting. Councilman Jack Moore was absent from the meeting.

Free mobile phone app announced by sheriff’s office
From Richwood Gazette staff reports
The Union County Sheriff’s Office has a new iPhone and Android mobile app, which will provide the public direct alerts of police activity, road closures, motor vehicle accidents and more. The app was released, January 7, 2019, and is now available to download for FREE.

North Union School Board hears about new “pathways”
By Sherryl Sheets, Richwood Gazette
The North Union Board of Education learned of the new “Pathways” from high school principal Janel Chapman during the regular Monday night meeting held at North Union High School. The board took a tour of the high school facility before the meeting.

NUHS incident ends in standoff at hospital
By Mac Cordell, Marysville JT reporter
An incident that started at the North Union High School ended in a pair of standoffs at Memorial Hospital and criminal charges against a Marion man.
Anthony Lagos, 38, of 270 Somerlot Hoffman Road West, Marion, has been charged with one count of felony inducing panic.

LUC to sponsor Fair Housing program
From Richwood Gazette Staff reports
Heather Martin has been commissioned by the Logan Union Champaign Regional Planning Commission to hold an informational meeting at the Magnetic Springs Village Hall, located at 30 W. Magnetic Street in Magnetic Springs. The event will be held on Wednesday, March 27, from 3 to 4 p.m.
The village of Magnetic Springs has been awarded $500,000 in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Grant for updates in the village. A requirement to receiving CDBG monies is to learn more about fair housing in their community.















 

 

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