Nine residents of Newark were taken to Licking Memorial Hospital this morning for exposure to carbon monoxide in their home.
The Newark Fire Department along with Heath and Madison Township responded to the emergency at 236 Wilson Drive in Newark.
"The first step is actually we keep ourselves safe, second step is remove our patients from the atmosphere, third thing we do is shut down the utilities and the power, monoxide is a biproduct of combustion, so we don't want any...
Newark Police charge the man responsible for the death of a reported missing Dayton man.
Sergeant Scott Snow says that 45-year old Christopher Richards of Dayton was reported missing on June 27. He was last seen in Newark where he was doing work on several properties he owns.
Thursday July 1, after four days missing, his body was found by investigators under a tarp in the back yard of 49 Madison Avenue, a property that Richards owns. During the interview process, officers spoke...
The Licking County Crime Stoppers needs the public's help in solving an aggravated robbery in Newark, and it's offering up to a $1,000 reward for anyone with information on the matter.
The incident happened around midnight on May 24th. The Newark Police Department says a suspect, displaying a gun, walked up to a man near the 200 block of West Church Street and demanded money. When the man said he didn't have any money, the suspect proceeded to hit the victim in the back of the head and...
Two people have been arrested in connection to a break in at a church in Newark.
According to the Licking County Sheriff's Office , 24-year-old Melissa Barton and 54-year-old Richard Hunt of Newark are in custody after admitting to breaking into the Marne United Methodist Church on Licking Valley Road on May 7th.
Authorities say the two also admitted to stealing a safe from the church that contained credit cards.
Starting in the fall, students at the Newark Middle and High Schools will have to follow a dress code.
Monday night, the Board of Education unanimously approved a new dress code for the 2010/2011 school year.
Newark City Schools Director of Communications Fran Russ says the students will have the choice of wearing khaki or black pants and must wear a polo or oxford shirt that is either white, black, crimson or grey.