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Safety network

3 communities connect with county alert program

Canal Winchester, Groveport and Madison Township officials have announced membership in the new Franklin County Emergency Management Agency and Homeland Security ALERT emergency notification system, now available to all area residents.
Blues & Ribfest

Cool music, hot food draw ever larger crowds

For the sixth year, Destination Canal Winchester will once again transform the city's downtown into Ohio's capital of rockin' roots music and smokin' hot barbecue with the Blues & Ribfest.

Cuts in state dollars have township's attention

Madison Township officials are in the process of developing their plan to deal with state budget cuts to the tangible personal property taxes used to help fund street repairs and safety services.
Canal Winchester schools

School, activity fees to cost less this year

Canal Winchester school students and athletes will pay 33 percent less for all school fees for the next two years.
Groveport Madison

School district faces task of replacing Guiher

Just one year after joining the staff of the Groveport Madison Local School District, public relations officer Mary Guiher has resigned, with her last day set Friday, July 31.

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Classic cars and tunes

Groveport, Obetz will partner in transport program

The cities of Groveport and Obetz will partner in the Groveport Rickenbacker Employee Access Transit project to provide transportation from the closest area Central Ohio Transit Authority stop and Groveport businesses located in the Rickenbacker industrial area.
Canal Winchester schools

District officials see 'positive impact' from new state budget

While some districts are singing the budget blues, Canal Winchester school officials think the final figures in the new state budget are in tune with what the district needs to educate its students.

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