Three Galloway Ridge Intermediate School sixth-graders have been named to the Ohio AAA Auto Club 2012-2013 School Safety Patrol Hall of Fame.
Thirteen people have been arrested and indicted as part of a prescription-drug trafficking ring, including three residents of the Grove City area.
Grove City residents will soon be able to experience an improved community swimming facility.
Ohio State University was ineligible to go to a college football bowl game following last year's undefeated season, but this past week the major "bowl game" of college aviation came to OSU.
Darlene Matthews and her crew will be hard to miss at the Komen Columbus Race for the Cure.
Several central Ohio mayors and city managers participated in a May 9 press conference at Columbus City Hall to voice their opposition to a proposed bill that would create a uniform municipal tax code statewide.
Almost all Hayes Intermediate School students were doing laps around the gym Friday, May 10.
A mother and daughter were held at gunpoint when two men broke into their home last week during an aggravated burglary.
Last week, the Grove City Planning Commission gave its blessing for a pair of development projects, one for a hotel and the other for a market.
Drew McCartt's goal in December was to raise $25,000 by April 30 for the American Heart Association.
West Franklin Elementary school has been named a High Progress School of Honor through a new state program.
It's time to play ball in Grove City, and last weekend, the community turned out to inaugurate the season.
The South-Western City School District remains "materially on target" for the revenue and expenditure projections included in the five-year forecast approved last October, Treasurer Hugh Garside told Board of Education members Monday night, May 6.
Sixteen high school students from Heidenheim, Germany are visiting Grove City High School this month.
The Pizzuti Cos. is seeking to gather feedback from Grove City residents, businesses and officials as it shapes its redevelopment proposal for the town center.
The addition of the Columbus Metropolitan, Worthington and Southwest Public libraries to the Central Library Consortium will mean a disruption to library computer systems later this month as the new consortium members transition to the new catalog.
Two men held two Radio Shack employees at gunpoint and robbed them and the store last week.
While one aspect of the redevelopment of Grove City's Town Center is still being finalized, another element of the plan took another step closer to fruition this week.
Two South-Western high school students have earned medals in the 2013 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards and have been invited to attend a ceremony May 31 at Carnegie Hall.
For Rinzy and Kim Nocero, there's no place like home.
Two men held two people at gunpoint in a bedroom in a Grove City home invasion robbery last week.
Freshmen students in the South-Western City School District received a reality check last week.
Helen Smith's mother was 35 years old when she diagnosed with breast cancer.
Air Force Airman Zachary D. Casto, son of Rachel Casto of Columbus, graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio.
A man wearing a hat and sweatshirt pulled over his head, entered the Speedway gas station at 3135 Broadway and threatened the clerk with a handgun he had tucked in the waistband of his pants at 11:55 p.m. April 23.
The third annual Dentistry from the Heart event put on by the Clintonville practice of Dr. Kvitko, Metnes and Associates isn't until June 14, but Dr. Brian H. Kvitko is already starting to fret.
The South-Western Board of Education unanimously approved hiring three people to fill administrative positions within the district, but two of the appointees are familiar faces.
With warmer weather is returning to central Ohio, plenty of people are looking to get back on their bicycles.
Grove City High School inducted 50 juniors and seniors into the National Honor Society April 16.
Terri Menendez may not have been a resident, but to the people who knew her in Grove City, she was part of the community.
North Franklin Elementary School principal Elaine Lawless has been doubly honored for her outstanding service.
The city of Grove City, Jackson Township, Keep Grove City Beautiful and Local Waste Services will host Community Environmental Day from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 4, at the Jackson Township Administration Building, 3756 Hoover Road.
After a 35-year absence, Little League Baseball is back in Grove City.
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