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Split vote gives Supt. Hoover new 3-year contract

The Groveport Madison Board of Education approved a new three-year contract for Superintendent Bruce Hoover Dec. 10, despite protests from the Groveport Madison Local Education Association and some residents.

Santa pause

Military notes

U.S. Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Celina M. Huffman has graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio.

Making marks

Canal Winchester Middle School has announced its October students of the month.

College notes

Selena Touchstone of Canal Winchester has received the Continuing Student Merit Scholarship for the fall 2014 semester at Fort Lewis College. Touchstone is a business administration -- international business major.

Coming up

Tuesdays@One, a free arts and education program, 1 to 2 p.m. Tuesdays at the Town Hall, 648 Main St., Groveport. Programs are geared toward adults, with several also being "kid-friendly." Upcoming programs include: Dec. 23, Craft Hour, sponsored by Home Depot; Dec. 30, Cake Pops, supplies provided. Advance registration is required; call 614-836-3333.

Residents asked to do their part in snow removal

Canal Winchester officials are asking residents and business owners to do their part this winter in helping neighbors and the city with snow removal.
Groveport year in review

2014 brought significant growth in several areas

In January, Groveport city officials were looking at 2014 as a year of continued development in which several projects would be completed, in part because of a new process that cut project-approval timelines by 50 percent.
Year in review

Officials: Teamwork aided Madison Township in 2014

Madison Township tackled several residential issues aimed at improving neighborhoods and services, while dealing with decreasing revenues and some significant losses in staff in 2014.
Year in review

Canal Winchester saw continued growth in 2014

The past year was a busy one for the city of Canal Winchester, which saw continued growth in businesses and jobs, residential projects and community events, although parking issues continued to badger city leaders.

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