A big agreement has been made between Cambridge city schools and the city council.
In a special session Monday night, city officials decided to annex the schools into the city helping both the schools generate dollars for the general fund and helping cut back out costly utility bills for the school.
And with the annexation comes more developments for the area that surrounds the schools.
The new annexation will also effect the creek development.
Two local banks are planning a merger. First Federal Savings Bank and Century National Bank Jointly announced today the two would merge and become one bigger bank serving southeastern Ohio.
The merger could potentionally create the opportunity for new jobs, but it could also cause overlapping where some jobs will be lost. President of Century National Bank, Tom Lyall says it’s still too early to determine how many jobs will be cut.
If you’re looking for an alternative to keep your car’s tires running longer and more efficiently, why not fill them with nitrogen. This inert gas has been popular with many drivers, but recently made it’s way into Muskingum County.
About six months ago, City Tire Service, on the East Pike, decided to offer it’s customer’s nitrogen-filled tires as opposed to the regular oxygen. The service costs about ten dollars per vehicle.
The face of banking is changing in Southeastern Ohio.
Century National Bank President and C-E-O Tom Lyall and First Federal Savings Bank President and C-E-O Bill Plummer jointly announced today that Century National Bank and First Federal Savings Bank will merge.
The merger is contemplated by the agreement signed by Park National Bank, pursuant to which Park will acquire First Federal Bankcorp Inc. for $13.25 per share for each First Federal Bancorp Inc., common share...