TUESDAY, MAY 26
Kenton City Council – 7 p.m., chambers
FOREST — The tables were packed at the Forest-Jackson Public Library’s meeting room Wednesday when the Forest Community Improvement Corporation met for its second session. “We’ve got a lot of momentum going here and we will try to keep it going,” said President Jeff Knedler.
Brad Wingfield, of Wingfield Crop Insurance and Twirl, talks to area business representatives about how to take advantage of social media to help grow their businesses. The Lunch and Learn program was hosted Wednesday by the Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance. Times photo/Jeff Barnes
THURSDAY, MAY 21
Kenton Planning Commission – 8 a.m., conference room, Kenton Municipal Building
The Kenton Walmart store opened its doors ten years ago and the community and employees met Monday morning to celebrate.
The Kenton Board of Education received some guidance on handling the sale of two former school sites for possible commercial development. Jon Cross, president and CEO of the Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance, addressed the board in open session at its meeting Monday night
MONDAY, MAY 18
Kenton Board of Education – 7 p.m., board of education office
Thomas Newland, with Newland Insurance Agency in Kenton, was recently awarded the Founders’ Award by Erie Insurance Group.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 13
Jackson-Forest Ambulance Board – 7 p.m., township hall
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A Kenton man has been taken into custody and charged with 20 criminal counts stemming from the April 21, 2018 arson fires set in the southwestern section of the city.
ADA -- Alexandra Mercorelli of North Canton proved the power of perseverance through her graduation from Ohio Northern University this spring.
ADA — It was made clear at Tuesday’s Ada Village Council meeting that the Railroad Park is a public space that is free and open for anyone to use for any purpose within the bounds of the village ordinances.