Families lined up on a sweltering Thursday afternoon for an opportunity to meet local law enforcement officials and first responders. They also picked up free school supplies, played games, received free bike helmets, and gathered a wealth of safety information at the Family and Youth Initiatives’ (FYI) sixth annual “Safety Day.” The event took place on Aug. 11 at Tecumseh High School.
The Ohio Crush are headed to the Ohio Football League championship after defeating the Jackson County Patriots 28-13 Saturday afternoon.
City Manager Randy Bridge informed City Council at their meeting Monday evening that the sale of the Twin Creeks properties is almost complete.
Bethel Township (Twp.) Trustees held a regular meeting on Aug. 9 at the Bethel Twp. House in Medway. Trustees Don Minton and Dave Phares were present, Trustee Nancy Brown was absent. Also attending were Melanie Cochran (Fiscal Officer), Ray Nelson (Township Coordinator), and Assistant Bethel Township Fire Chief, Brian Ludwick.
At the August 9, 2016 meeting of the Bethel Township Trustees, the trustees recognized Fire Chief Andy Ehrhart for 30 years of service to the department. They presented Ehrhart with a fire helmet engraved with his name and years of service that he has given to the community. In addition to serving as the Fire Chief, Ehrhart serves the township as the township administrator.
Croquettes, genuine Maryland crab-cakes, sweet and savory Belgian waffles, gourmet frozen popsicles, and unique BBQ treats were just a few of the many offerings available for discerning palates on a sultry Saturday afternoon during the Springfield Rotary’s Third Annual Gourmet Food Truck Competition held Aug. 13 at Veterans’ Park in Springfield.
Bethel Township Trustees held a special work session on Aug. 2 where they met with Clark County Sheriff Gene Kelly to discuss an “extra-duty” law enforcement contract he recently proposed to them.
A great crowd gathered at Medway Elementary School on Aug. 6 to celebrate the two hundredth birthday of the founding of Medway in 1816 in Clark County, Ohio.
Bethel Township’s Fire Department bid farewell to Assistant Fire Chief Jennifer Cotterman last week. Cotterman has served Bethel Township for nearly 17 years and is the highest-ranking female officer ever in the Department’s history.