Westerville will usher in the holidays this weekend with two of its Christmas traditions.
The Rotary Club of Westerville again is working to make it easier for residents to fill the cupboards of community members in need this holiday season.
Two Westerville North High School students were charged with possessing an object indistinguishable from a firearm in a school safety zone after one of them brought a BB handgun to school Nov. 21, Westerville police reported.
The Westerville Uptown Merchants Association is encouraging residents to shop close to home for the holidays.
Westerville City Council appointed a new slate of leaders during its biennial organizational meeting Dec. 1.
The Westerville Planning Commission voted to recommend the rezoning of a 6.7-acre site to allow for a new housing development.
Westerville City Council voted down rezoning the former Knight's Inn motel property to allow for an Aldi grocery store.
For more than 25 years, members of the Westerville Senior Association brought holiday cheer to local children with simple holiday crafts and activities at the Westerville Senior Center during the annual Snowflake Castle.
The Westerville City School District failed to garner minimum bids for two properties it put on the auction block last week.
The Westerville City School District was looking to provide support to students and staff after a Westerville South High School student committed suicide last week.
Westerville City Schools has achieved a 32 percent energy cost avoidance totaling $10,405,637 since forming a strategic alliance with Cenergistic approximately six and a half years ago.
More than 700 children in the Westerville City School District will wake up to presents under the tree on Christmas morning because of the work of the all-volunteer Westerville Caring & Sharing.
It has been nearly a year since students at Mark Twain lost a classmate in a fatal car accident, but their friend remains in their memory.
Candace Mazur-Darman has had a dramatic impact on the lives of thousands of children in Central Ohio.
The Westerville Education Foundation (WEF) recently awarded nine grants to school employees.
Each November the Central Ohio community comes together to celebrate National Philanthropy Day by honoring people and organizations who have touched the lives of others through their philanthropic activities.
Otterbein University has announced new members of its Otterbein University Alumni Association council, including Westerville residents Dana Dietz, Sean Donnelly, Nancy Paul and James Prysock. The association's mission is to build and maintain relationships that engage University alumni and to expand the Otterbein experience.
McVay Elementary School has been notified that it will receive a 2013 SOAR Award for High Progress from Battelle for Kids.
Knights of Columbus Grand Knight Sebastian Mauricio visited the administrative offices of the Westerville City School District on Oct.25 to present a check in the amount of $4,674.70 to the Special Education Department.
About 180 stakeholders have been collaborating in recent weeks to formulate the framework for a new, five-year strategic plan for the Westerville City School District.
Five people were arrested after an armed robbery and standoff with Westerville police Friday, Nov. 22.
Westerville has many landmarks: the historic buildings of Uptown, the Westerville Community Center and Alum Creek Park, to name a few.
Alice will be joined in Wonderland this weekend by icons of the 1960s, including Jim Morrison and Phyllis Diller.
The Westerville Public Library once again has received a top rating in the Library Journal Index of Public Library Service.
The city of Westerville could be on the ballot as early as next November, asking residents to renew its 0.25-percent Parks, Recreation and Open Space income tax levy.
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.
Two armed robbers entered Chipotle, 641 S. State St., shortly before the restaurant closed Nov. 14, forced employees to the ground and demanded money.
Thieves gained access to two businesses in Dorchester Square, an office complex off Hillsdowne Road near State Street and Huber Village Boulevard, between 4:48 p.m. Nov. 8 and 8:43 a.m. Nov. 11, Westerville police reported.
Sarah Richards, a 17-year-old junior at St. Francis DeSales High School, is starting a tradition she expects her two younger sisters to carry on.
The Westerville City Schools Board of Education will hold a regular session at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 25, in the commons at Westerville South High School, 303 S. Otterbein Ave.
On Oct. 21, the Walmart Supercenter store at 50 Schrock Road in Westerville donated 20 $50 gift cards for teachers at Pointview Elementary School.
Westerville North and Westerville South high schools are accepting nominations for their Alumni Halls of Fame.
Sixteen Ohio schools have been selected for the Adaptation, Integration and the Arts (AIA) residency program during the 2013-2014 school year, VSA Ohio (VSAO) has announced
Students named to the honor and merit rolls for the first grading period of the 2013-14 school year at Westerville North High School.
The Genoa Township trustees unanimously approved a levy committee’s recommendation to place a five-year, 1.1-mill roads and bridges replacement levy on the May 2014 ballot.
The central and southeast areas of Ohio have grown so significantly that by the second quarter of 2015, the 740 area code no longer may be able to serve all residents and businesses in need of a phone number.
Dec 09, 2013 | Currently: 32° Drizzle