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As Canal Winchester Human Services continues to increase its programming, the organization hopes to grow its membership.
Groveport water plant
A split vote on a resolution authorizing the city to use bond proceeds to finance a new water treatment plant has thrown a monkey wrench into Groveport's schedule for getting its water system up to EPA standards.
Jacob Perry of Canal Winchester has wanted to be a U.S. Marine since he was in elementary school.
The Groveport Madison school district has two separate plans ready to put into effect once voters decide the fate of a combined 6.18-mill operating levy and 2.74-mill bond issue on the May 6 ballot.
Canal Winchester students who want to graduate early, take Advanced Placement classes, need intervention or need to recover from a course they did not pass the first time are a point and click away from achieving their goals.
Canal Winchester schools will be rolling out three new buses to replace an aging fleet.
Groveport City Council agreed last week to declare 21.5 acres off Hayes Road as parkland, a move that Finance Director Jeff Green said will save the city about $80,000 in property tax payments.
Local and military officials gathered last week for one final push to win a new KC-46A refueling wing at Rickenbacker airport.
What a year it's been for our Canal Winchester schools.
Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Katelyn E. Brewer graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.