The Press Newspaper
Nearly 150 miles of trails in the Metroparks offer places to unwind, explore, recreate and learn about nature.
But increased traffic and conflicting uses on the trials can lead to frustration for some hikers, bicyclists and dog walkers.
Woodmore High School’s health class listened to a special guest, Sara Godfrey, a domestic violence advocate, in early May.
Godfrey discussed and showed the different signs and different types of abuse that occurs in relationships, whether through dating or family life.
Enforcement in the Village of Genoa of illegal parking violations in residential yards will fall under the jurisdiction of the village police force.
The residential parking issue and several other zoning issues were reviewed during a recent public hearing.
‘Innovation’ funding to be decided
The Local Government Innovation Fund Council scheduled a meeting June 1 in Columbus to review round 1 loan and grant applications and decide if they should be approved.
Eight fairways at Sugar Creek Golf Course in Elmore cross the creek and George Rodawalt, who operates the course with his wife, Sandy, and their sons, considers the creek a natural asset to the family business.
But creek has presented a challenge to the Rodawalts the past two years as flooding problems have forced them to excavate part of the course.
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