The Gahanna Division of Police is seeking the public’s help to identify a suspect who robbed the WesBanco Bank, 116 S. Stygler Road, about 10 a.m. today (Dec. 6).
Gahanna police officers arrived at what they described as an extremely hostile scene during the early morning hours of Nov. 29 at Lounge 62 Bar, 593 E. Johnstown Road, where an armed patron was shot and killed by a private security guard.
Gahanna police recently responded to reports of theft from vehicles, residences and businesses.
Students within the Gahanna-Jefferson schools are donating to various charities this holiday season, including Gahanna Residents In Need.
The Gahanna Convention & Visitors Bureau and AEP Ohio ushered Santa Claus into the city as the grand finale of the 2013 Holiday Lights parade Nov. 29.
After lengthy debate, Gahanna City Council amended legislation during a Nov. 25 special meeting to make ward boundaries effective in 2014 instead of 2017.
Gahanna residents will have one more opportunity to weigh in on what gets funded in Gahanna next year during the Dec. 16 council meeting.
Gahanna City Council members will review a proposed contract for a joint economic development zone with Jefferson Township next week, with the ultimate goal of attracting businesses.
When 2005 Gahanna Lincoln High School graduate Ben Bressler recently had a craving for chili in Afghanistan, the Stoneridge Drive Skyline Chili delivered.
Need a life-saving surgery for a beloved pet, but can't afford the cost?
The Gahanna Lincoln High School speech and debate team competed at Maumee High School Nov. 16, placing fourth overall.
Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools teachers are spending a lot more time making sure they measure up in the classroom.
The Gahanna Lincoln High School community remembered sophomore Kelsey Thompson as an outstanding student, a competitive athlete and a friend following her death Nov. 18.
Several central Ohio residents shaved their heads Sunday, Nov. 24 to raise money for childhood cancer research.
Gahanna police recently responded to alleged arson fires on Rocky Fork Boulevard.
Shepherd Christian School honor roll.
Gahanna Planning Commission members have some concerns with a proposed four-story, 32-unit apartment building on 0.52 acres at Mill and North streets.
More than 60 entries are scheduled to shine during the annual Holiday Lights! parade that will step off at 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 29, from Clark Hall, 380 Granville St.
Coming on the heels of a defeated income-tax proposal that would have generated $8 million annually, Gahanna City Council is delving into the 2014 budget and five-year forecast.
Gahanna police recently responded to several reports of cars being ransacked and items stolen from vehicles.
Gahanna residents should expect to pay a little more for water and sewer beginning in January.
Gahanna Lincoln High School had grief counselors on campus Nov. 19 after sophomore Kelsey Thompson died Nov. 18, according to district spokeswoman Mallory Sribanditmongkol.
Columbus School for Girls will host Prospective Parent Coffees from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Dec. 4 and 5, at its campus, 56 S. Columbia Ave, Columbus.
As a show of business partnership Nov. 14, most Gahanna-Jefferson Board of Education members approved an agreement with the YMCA of Central Ohio for the use of a Clark Hall multipurpose room on the second floor.
It was a day to make others feel good at Blacklick Elementary School on Nov. 13.
Gahanna Lincoln High School had grief counselors on campus on Nov. 19 after a sophomore died Nov. 18, according to district spokeswoman Mallory Sribanditmongkol.
Ten-year Gahanna employee Brandi Braun has left the city to take a position with the Ohio Department of Commerce, effective Wednesday, Nov. 13.
The Gahanna Lincoln High School speech and debate team competed at Upper Arlington High School on Saturday, Nov. 9, placing first overall.
Gahanna City Council incumbent winners Brian Larick and Stephen Renner are ready to get to work with the 2014 appropriations.
With the makeup of the Gahanna-Jefferson Board of Education poised to consist of a new majority following the Nov. 5 election, board members and the superintendent are focusing on what's best for students.
Star Players Theatre will mark its premiere show with the musical, Les Miserables, an adaptation of Victor Hugo's classic novel of the same name, at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15, at Gahanna West Middle School, 350 N. Stygler Road.
The Columbus School for Girls Upper School Department of Theater will present Little Women, the Broadway Musical, Thursday, Nov. 14, through Sunday, Nov. 17, in the CSG Agnes Shedd Theater, 56 S. Columbia Ave.
A rooftop sign that has identified Gahanna's Dolphin Lounge for 43 years will remain.
Gahanna police recently responded to several incidents of catalytic converters being stolen from vehicles.
Lights will shine on the city of Gahanna in more ways than one beginning at 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16, at Creekside.
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