Chillicothe Income Tax Payers Get Brief Deadline Delay

Presented By McDonald’s

(Chillicothe) – Chillicothe taxpayers will have a few extra hours to file their income tax returns before the April 18th filing deadline. Chillicothe City Auditor Kristal Spetnagel announced that the office will remain open from 7:30am until 6pm Monday, April 18th.

The City Administration Building will be closed Friday, April 15th in observation of Good Friday. Regular business hours are 7:30am to 4pm Monday through Friday.

The following individuals are required to file city returns:

  •   Chillicothe City residents with earned income.
  •   Anyone who worked in the Chillicothe City limits whose employer did not withhold Chillicothe City taxes during the year.

    Those who do not need to file:
  •   Retirees with no earned income.
  •   Non-Chillicothe residents that work inside the City whose employer withheld City tax. Anyone with questions regarding their filing obligation is encouraged to call the office at (740) 773-1161, e-mail Kristal Spetnagel at Kristal.spetnagel@chillicotheoh.gov or stop by the office located at 35 South Paint Street.

Pickaway Museum To Feature History of The County’s Law Enforcement

Presented By Classic Brands

(Circleville) – Pickaway County’s law enforcement history will be the theme of an open house presented by the Pickaway County Historical & Genealogical Library.

A big part of that history celebrates the 90 years that the Radcliff Family held the sheriff’s office over three generations.

The dynasty began in the early 1930’s when Charles Radcliff served between 1931-1961. After a four year absence of Radcliffs in the sheriff’s office, Dwight Radcliff was elected in 1964 and took office in January 1965 where he became the longest serving sheriff in the nation, holding onto the office until his retirement in 2013. Dwight was re-elected 12 times. His son, Robert B. Radcliff, succeeded him as the newly elected Sheriff from 2012–2020.

During the open house located at 210 North County Street in Circleville they will have on display information and photos of the three generations of Sheriffs along with information on previous sheriffs, and photos of local businesses and people from your past.

The open house is Sunday, April 24th from 1pm to 4 pm. During the event tours of the collection of history throughout the building will be available including items that are not usually seen by the public. Refreshments will be served.

Goodwill “Good Turn Day” Set For April 23rd

Presented By Rathkamp Financial

(Chillicothe) – On April 23, scouts across Ohio will be visiting Goodwill stores to earn a special patch for the spring Good Turn Day.

All 9 of the Goodwill of South Central Ohio stores will participate in the special event. The idea of Good Turn Day is to provide Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts an opportunity to do a “good turn” in their community by collecting used clothing, books, housewares, and other items to donate to Goodwill.

“We’re excited to participate in Good Turn Day again, and we appreciate what the scouts do for Goodwill,” said Goodwill of South Central Ohio CEO Marvin Jones. “The scouts’ efforts will help Goodwill with its mission as a nonprofit organization to partner with individuals with disabilities and challengers to help them lead the lives they envision across our eight-county region.”

Our stores have awarded more than 600 patches over the last six Good Turn Days! Scouts earn a patch by donating a large trash bag (or equivalent) of items or volunteering for an hour in one of our stores.

Those scouts wanting to volunteer must schedule a time by emailing jona.ison@gwisco.org or calling 740-702- 4000 Ext. 135 no later than April 18. Scouts just wanting to donate don’t need to RSVP and can show up at any of our stores in Athens, Chillicothe (Zane Plaza and Western Avenue), Circleville, Jackson, Logan, McArthur, Washington Court House, and Waverly between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. on April 23. A list of store locations can be found at www.GWISCO.org/stores.