More Canal Winchester News
The event was sponsored by David's UCC and David Evangelical Lutheran Church, both in Canal Winchester, to mark each congregation's 175th anniversary. Lyla from Carroll, Ohio, attended with her grandmother, Cinda Cartee.
The Groveport Madison Board of Education approved a resolution at its Aug. 13 meeting that will move plans for a new high school closer to an architect's drawing board.
Canal Winchester sells parcel
Canal Winchester City Council gave its unanimous approval earlier this month to legislation authorizing the mayor to convey about 1.7 acres of unused city land to the Canal Winchester Industry and Commerce Corp. so it can be sold to Dennis Enterprise Limited Partnership for $1.
Some Canal Winchester students started the school year riding borrowed buses because nearly a third of the district's bus fleet failed a routine inspection.
The Inn at Winchester Trail
A new assisted-living facility to be built on Winchester Boulevard is expected to bring an additional 25 to 30 full-time jobs and 25 part-time jobs to Canal Winchester.
Canal Winchester schools
The Canal Winchester Board of Education has approved a five-year contract extension for Superintendent Jim Sotlar, even though his current contract won't expire until July 31, 2015.
Columbus Metropolitan Library
For the 10th year in a row, the Columbus Metropolitan Library system is offering kids a place to study after school.
The Franklin County Engineer's Office is a couple steps closer to securing land in Groveport that was once a landfill.
Canal Winchester officials are taking steps toward joining a new consortium in hopes of increasing liability insurance coverage while reducing costs.