Township News

Over the last several months, the Clark County Sheriff's Office has received multiple reports of subjects obtaining and using drugs in the area of Bethel Township.

The Bethel Township Trustees of Clark County announced the date for the annual community cleanup day last week during their regular board meeting.

Clark County Sheriff Deputies have arrested a Bethel Township man and charged him with breaking into the Dollar General Store, 1215 S.

A motorcyclist has passed away after he was struck by a pickup truck in front of Scarff's Nursery around 12:30pm today.

Bethel Township’s addiction coalition welcomed a representative from the Ohio Attorney General’s heroin unit to speak at their meeting last week.

Representatives of the Medlake Baseball and Softball Association addressed the Bethel Township Trustees of Clark County last week.

The Medway Area Historical Society hosted their annual community meal Saturday evening, welcoming members and non-members alike for an evening of good food, prizes, and company.

BTFD Brian Hall Funeral 0304 023“He left us with a huge void to fill in his passing,” said Bethel Township Fire Chief Jacob King upon the death of his longtime Lieutenant, Brian Halk, noting that local residents as well as the department will likely struggle with the emptiness left by such a truly community-oriented man.

DSC 6099In an effort to establish trusting relationships between kids and cops, as well as keep the county schools safer in turn, Clark County Sheriff Gene Kelly recently announced that a third educational service officer will be added in the 2016-2017 school year.

The Bethel Township Trustees of Clark County happily announced last week that they will accept a generous offer of free trees from Scarff’s Nursery in order to help replace nearly 70 Ash Trees that had to be removed from Raynor Park last year.

Representatives from several local governmental entities met in western Clark County Monday night for a Joint Government meeting to discuss current issues and announcements from their respective departments.

FYI Drug Coalition 0217Members Attempt to Secure Other Services The newly-formed Bethel Township Drug Coalition met last week to discuss moving forward after losing the direct support of McKinley Hall’s assessment services, which were offered by the treatment center last month.

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