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The city of Canal Winchester is asking residents to share how they feel about recycling.
CWHS Madrigal Dinner
More than 100 choir, band and drama students will take on a Shakespeare comedy this weekend when they present The Taming of the Shrew for Canal Winchester High School's annual Madrigal Dinner.
The city of Canal Winchester will accept requests from residents for community garden plots beginning March 1.
Thanks to a bipartisan effort -- and some personal inspiration -- a pair of central Ohio lawmakers helped guide unanimous passage of a House bill to shield the personal information of domestic violence victims.
The Military Veterans Resource Center is partnering with the Ohio Benefit Bank to offer free income tax filing assistance to military veterans and spouses who meet the income requirements.
Legionnaires' disease, an ailment that frequently finds its way into the media spotlight, is not all that uncommon in Ohio, according to the state's medical director.
The Franklin Soil and Water Conservation District is conducting its annual Tree and Plant Sale through April 8.
Canal Winchester Middle School recently announced the names of students selected by team staff members as November Students of the Month.
Canal Winchester resident Paul Workmaster is a man with a mission.