Andrew Carter, The Marion Star

Andrew Carter

The Marion Star

Marion, OH, United States

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  • The Marion Star
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  • Telegraph-Forum
  • MansfieldNewsJournal
  • The Columbus Dispatch
  • NewarkAdvocate.com
  • News Herald

Recent articles by Andrew:

Peanut Push kicks off Christmas Clearinghouse holiday campaign in Marion on Dec. 3

The WMRN Peanut Push is scheduled for 10 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 3 at Founders Park in downtown Marion. → Read More

Another Marion County drug dealer is now headed to prison

Marion County Prosecutor Ray Grogan says Kevin R. Guzman sold and possessed enough fentanyl to kill 50,000 people. → Read More

Minor injuries reported after crash involving two Marion City Schools buses

Six students were taken to the hospital for "minor injuries," according to the highway patrol. → Read More

Marion County consolidating voting precincts ahead of November election

The Marion County Board of Elections is reducing the number of voting precincts in the county from 65 to 45. → Read More

Police searching for 18-year-old Marion man wanted in homicide

Marion Police say 18-year-old Marquis Deshun Adams is a suspect in a fatal shooting that occurred early Saturday morning on the city's north side. → Read More

11th annual car show to benefit Marion Safety City project

The Cruisin' for Cleveland-Gary Squires Memorial Car Show is scheduled for Aug. 13 in Marion. → Read More

Marion City Council to consider fireworks ban

Marion City Council will hear the first reading of a bill to ban fireworks use during its meeting on Aug. 8. → Read More

Voter turnout sparse ahead of primary Election Cay in Marion County

Polling places in Marion County are open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. today. → Read More

Marion County Commissioners seek bidders for solid waste transfer station property

City of Marion officials have expressed interest in purchasing the transfer station property from the county. → Read More

Marion City Council set to consider proposed charter ordinance

City council's charter committee voted 3-0 on Monday to send the ordinance to the full council for consideration. → Read More

Marion County Fair ready to roll for the 172nd year

The Marion County Fair starts Monday, July 4 and will run through Saturday, July 9. → Read More

Marion Police say missing 10-year-old has returned home safely

Police say De'Ante Johnson Jr. was reported missing around midnight on Tuesday from the Chicago Ave. area of Marion. He returned home this morning. → Read More

Marion City Council approves budget increases to keep pace with rising fuel costs

Marion City Council voted Monday to grant a total of $420,000 in increases to 11 fuel line items in the city budget. → Read More

'Voluntary, temporary layoffs' planned at Whirlpool's Marion manufacturing plant

Whirlpool recently scheduled "down days" for all hourly employees in Marion and is planning "voluntary, temporary layoffs" for "some staff." → Read More

'Voluntary, temporary layoffs' planned at Whirlpool's Marion manufacturing plant

Whirlpool recently scheduled "down days" for all hourly employees in Marion and is planning "voluntary, temporary layoffs" for "some staff." → Read More

Ashland man wants to spread a little good news over the region's airwaves

James Deaton is the co-host of the Good News Freedom Show, which airs each Saturday at 6 p.m. on TV39 in Marion. → Read More

Ashland man wants to spread a little good news over the airwaves in Marion

James Deaton is the co-host of the Good News Freedom Show, which airs each Saturday at 6 p.m. on TV39 in Marion. → Read More

Marion County officials mull fireworks restrictions as Ohio ban lifts July 1

Marion Township Trustees plan to discuss the issue at their next meeting on June 7, Trustee Karen McCleary said. → Read More

Downtown Marion's Third Thursday event off to a great start in 2022

Downtown Marion Manager Allen Wilson said about 1,500 people attended the first Third Thursday of 2022. → Read More

Marion abortion opponents prepare for overturn of Roe v. Wade

Barbara Mills from Voice of Hope Pregnancy Center says group will "reach out in love" to women considering abortion. → Read More