The public-private community improvement corporation Grow Licking County has been so busy pursuing business prospects that it has little time for marketing anymore, the Newark Advocate reports. With 65 prospects, including 32 requesting more information or follow-ups, the economic development entity's board recently received $30,000 from the county to hire a new, part-time assistant/project manager. A recent Grow Licking County report indicates that "40 of the 65 prospects are in manufacturing and 16 are in logistics/distribution," the article said. For more, read the full story.