Canal Winchester will spend around $60,000 on improvements to Guiler and Westchester parks.
Canal Winchester officials are considering a change to city law that would keep 3-percent annual increases for water use and wastewater capacity charges from going into effect automatically.
Madison Township residents may be paying an additional $7.31 per month for water if Aqua Ohio is granted a rate increase.
Canal Winchester could be looking at several hundred-thousand dollars in wastewater line repairs after crews found a corroded 16-inch pipe.
Better training for students and staff is producing safer Groveport Madison schools, according to Richard Playko, the district's assistant principal for safety.
Canal Winchester Middle School honor roll.
All four Canal Winchester schools were on lockdown for about a half-hour during mid-morning Nov. 14 after a 19-year-old Canal Winchester man allegedly brought a high-powered, loaded military rifle within the boundaries of a school zone.
Canal Winchester officials hope to take advantage of lower interest rates and new loan options to save the city an additional $700,000 over the next 10 years.
Melissa Ramey has the best reason in the world for advocating organ donations: A transplant saved her life.
Baker Creative of Groveport is a Gold Award recipient for the MarCom Awards 2013 competition in the category of Design (Web)/ Website Redesign.
Groveport Madison students showed off their Cruiser Pride as they presented their selected innovation in education program at a Student Achievement Fair in Columbus Nov. 12.
The Canal Winchester Board of Education will be taking a second look at two levy scenarios at its Dec. 16 board meeting.
Madison Township's public works building will be renamed next spring in honor of retiring Road Superintendent Terry Spangler and his family.
The holiday spirit is stirring in the streets of Canal Winchester with several holiday events on the calendar.
The Canal Winchester Board of Education met in special session Saturday, Nov. 16, to consider six possible levy scenarios but is not expected to decide until December how to proceed.
Groveport city officials are looking to spend some money in order to save some money.
McDonald's has opened its Kings Crossing restaurant at 7620 Diley Road in Canal Winchester.
Handmade art and original paintings and photography from more than 400 American artists will be featured next month at the Ohio Designer Craftsmen's 37th annual Winterfair.
Groveport Madison schools are trying to empower parents and students with knowledge in this second year of the Power Parent program.
Many U.S. soldiers in Kuwait will celebrate Christmas this year with more than 100 trees donated by the Ohio Christmas Tree Association.
The Grandview-area Ohio Craft Museum will host a holiday exhibition and sale, which supports the nonprofit museum and showcases handmade jewelry and crafts from more than 50 artists.
A Short North-based food pantry that serves three of Columbus' higher-poverty areas will team with Northwest Christian Church in Upper Arlington on Friday, Nov. 15, to host an annual holiday fundraising concert.
Santa Claus is coming to town soon, and Groveport is preparing a grand reception for him.
Stephanie La Count of Groveport was recently recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi at Ohio State University.
Leah Curtis has been named director of agricultural law and leader of the legal and local policy team for the Public Policy Department of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation (OFBF).
After a contentious public hearing in October about a new ordinance aimed at curtailing long-term use of tents in Canal Winchester, City Council members unanimously passed the legislation on its third reading at their Nov. 4 meeting without even an audience.
Canal Winchester City Council approved a $146,000 appropriations amendment last week, most of which will be spent on contract services associated with Gender Road improvements.
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