A judge ruled in favor of the state following a hearing in which a Danville woman sought to suppress evidence found in a Dec. 16, 2016, search.
School board members in Ohio set educational goals and establish policies for each school district based on state laws and community values. They also serve as a link between the schools and the public.
At Monday’s school board meeting, North Fork superintendent Scott Hartley announced a paradigm shift in the educational process. The new approach represents a shift away from the mere acquisition of facts to the effective application of learned facts.
The village will apply for a grant that could help pay for a full-time school resource officer.
Fredericktown council Monday gave Police Chief Roger Brown the green-light to seek an Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Solutions (OCJS) Community Oriented Policing Services grant that would pay 75 percent of a school resource officer (SRO) salary.
After listening to a comprehensive proposal, members of Danville’s Village Council on Monday decided to spend the money and upgrade the village’s computer security system.
Ben Rule, vice president of InfoLink, explained in detail a proposal to secure the computer system for the village’s employees and police department.
Twenty bicycle riders rolled into Mount Vernon Monday, two weeks into a trip from New York City to San Francisco. All of them have Type 1 diabetes and they represent five countries and 14 states.
Ver-Mac Industries recently received an award from Alber Enterprise Center at the Ohio State University Marion for Visionary Strategic Leadership Development.