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Corpus Christi Caller-Times
City boards, commissions, committees need peopleCorpus Christi residents interested in getting involved in their government hav
City boards, commissions, committees need people
Corpus Christi Caller-Times / Posted yesterday
Corpus Christi residents interested in getting involved in their government have some opportunities to do so. The city secretary's office is looking for candidates to fill 40 vacancies on 14 panels. Here is a list of those positions and how many... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Clark County Common Pleas Court casesCOMMON PLEAS COURT 15-CV-0546 - Erika Halburnt and Ryan Halburnt, Springboro,
Clark County Common Pleas Court cases
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 7 days ago
COMMON PLEAS COURT 15-CV-0546 - Erika Halburnt and Ryan Halburnt, Springboro, v. Orpha C. Goheen, 1942 Elmwood Lane, et al., complaint for an amount to be determined at trial but no less than $25,000 for damages and injuries suffered in an auto... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Clark County Common Pleas Court casesCOMMON PLEAS COURT 15-CV-0543 - U.S. Bank Trust, N.A., as Trustee, v. Michael
Clark County Common Pleas Court cases
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 8 days ago
COMMON PLEAS COURT 15-CV-0543 - U.S. Bank Trust, N.A., as Trustee, v. Michael Gene Bereczky, 2815 Snyder Domer Road, et al., complaint in foreclosure for $41,503. 15-CV-0544 - Thomas Carpenter, 7510 Troy Road, v. Pike Township, Clark County, Ohio,... Read more
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The Times Leader
Boom TownNowhere can that be found more so than in Cadiz. The county seat is now becomin
Boom Town
The Times Leader / Posted 10 days ago
Nowhere can that be found more so than in Cadiz. The county seat is now becoming a beehive of business activity. Development is progressing at a feverish pace. New businesses are taking root throughout the downtown area. Such retail expansion will... Read more
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The Times Leader
Business is booming uptownPerhaps the most noticeable work can be seen on Market Street at the square, ac
Business is booming uptown
The Times Leader / Posted 12 days ago
Perhaps the most noticeable work can be seen on Market Street at the square, across from the courthouse. There, property developers James and Shelley Coffelt recently purchased three buildings, the former Mr. Fish, the old First National Bank... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Whitehall mayor helps raze blighted, long-vacant apartment building Ever get so frustrated you want to break something? Kim Maggard has an answer
Whitehall mayor helps raze blighted, long-vacant apartment building
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 16 days ago
Ever get so frustrated you want to break something? Kim Maggard has an answer: Demolish a building. Maggard, Whitehall’s mayor, got first crack at an eyesore on Tuesday when she... Read more
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The Times Leader
Commissioners plan for pavingCommissioner Dale Norris opened a bid from Blackie & Sons Excavating & Paving t
Commissioners plan for paving
The Times Leader / Posted 22 days ago
Commissioner Dale Norris opened a bid from Blackie & Sons Excavating & Paving to resurface the parking lot at the Harrison County Government Center located on N. Main St. Extension. Blackie & Sons submitted a bid for $77, 597. As the only bid, it... Read more

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