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Canal Winchester community mourns 'B-Rock’s' death

Canal Winchester school district officials made grief counselors available Wednesday at the middle school and high school as students, staff and the community deal with the death of 14-year-old Brock Johnson.

Concert in the park

Music and Art in the Park is a free summer concert series held the third Friday of May, June, and July.

Coming up

Relay for Life Canal Winchester-Groveport, noon June 6 at Canal Winchester High School, 100 Washington St. Teams raise money prior to the even, then take turns walking the Pickerington High School North track. Each team is asked to have a representative on the track at all times. Entertainment, music and activities will be offered. For information contact Emily Baker at Emily. Baker@ cancer.org or 888-227-6446, ext. 3216.

College notes

Kaylie Eisel of Canal Winchester graduated from Coastal Carolina University at its spring 2015 commencement. She received a bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies.

Church to host outdoor celebration June 13

"Experience the Great Outdoors" will be held at Spirit & Truth Fellowship, 11020 Alspach Road, Canal Winchester, from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, June 13.
Groveport City Council

City updates rules for fireworks, parade candy

With spring turning to summer, Groveport officials are updating ordinances related to parades and firework displays to provide clearer guidelines to residents.

COTA, boosters contribute to fire training

The Madison Township Fire Department, the Central Ohio Transit Authority and Canal Winchester High School Boosters are creating an opportunity for fire training thanks to an agreement between the organizations.

Farmers market, pool are back

Residents anxious for a taste of summer will have that opportunity with the opening of the 17th annual Canal Winchester Farmers' Market, followed by the opening of the municipal swimming pool.

Rummage sale raises funds for orphanage

A Canal Winchester rummage sale May 30 will benefit residents and orphans in Timisoara, Romania.

Students want safer Route 317 crossing

Groveport officials are hopeful that the growing number of concerned organizations -- now including civics students from Eastland-Fairfield Career and Technical Schools -- may finally bring changes to pedestrian safety along state Route 317.

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