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Capsa Solutions plans to expand and move its operations from 4800 Hilton Corporate Drive on the East Side of Columbus to 120,000 square feet of space in the Canal Pointe Industry and Commerce Center.
Elmo is the son of Krista Bawden. Program participants helped do laundry with the aid of a scrub board and sad iron, then hung the clean clothes outside to dry.
With significant support from the Groveport business community, Groveport City Council unanimously approved legislation April 13 to create a new Department of Transportation.
Thanks to its commitment to effective urban forest management, Canal Winchester has earned its 22nd annual designation as a Tree City USA from the Arbor Day Foundation.
The Madison Township Fire Department will expand its service capabilities if voters choose to pass a 5.25-mill fire levy on May 5.
The Madison Township Fire Department, in conjunction with area law enforcement agencies, is continuing to investigate fires set two weeks ago that damaged or destroyed several vehicles and a garage.
Groveport Madison Local Schools Superintendent Bruce Hoover laid out plans April 8 to implement a $7-million, five-year student achievement improvement plan, starting this fall.
The 16th annual tree giveaway, open to city of Canal Winchester residents within city corporation limits, 9 to 11 a.m. May 2 at Stradley Park, 36 S. High St. Approximately 120 trees will be given away at no cost on a first-come first-served basis. Limit one tree per household. The annual giveaway and associated programs are part of an initiative by the city's Street Tree Advisory Board and the Department of Public Works Division of Stormwater. Proof of residency will be required, such as a city of Canal Winchester water bill or driver's license.
Fifteen Canal Winchester High School students are competing against at least 12 other teams today, April 16, in a Battle of the Books at Gahanna Lincoln High School.
After five years in operation, Diley Ridge Medical Center has more than fulfilled expectations in providing high-quality, "people-centered" care for the residents of southeastern Franklin and northern Fairfield counties, according to President and CEO Jodi Wilson.