More Canal Winchester News
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Senior Citizens Club
As students prepare to head back to school, the Canal Winchester Senior Citizens Club is preparing to head back to work on its college scholarship program, part of the club's commitment to community and education.
Manon Van Schoyck with Ohio Nature Education shows Rusty, an eastern screech owl, during a program at the Southeast Branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library. Van Schoyck and her husband, Jim, were at the library Wednesday, July 23, to teach children about birds of prey.
Groveport City Council
Groveport officials are looking to replace several part-time positions in the community affairs department with one additional program coordinator in the fall.
Groveport is now home to the first and only AEP Ohio appliance recycling facility.
Canal Winchester senior citizens have another option for getting around town, thanks to a $37,000 grant that provided the Senior Transportation Program with a new handicapped-accessible minivan.
A month and a half after returning to the United States from Senegal, Peace Corps volunteer Karin Nordstrom said being back is bittersweet.
Felony drug charges against a Madison Township police officer and his wife were dismissed July 10 in Franklin County Municipal Court, but the case is still under investigation by Hilliard police.
Aug. 1 and 2
It's been five years since the blues rolled into town, and Canal Winchester residents are about to get another taste of music and barbecue Aug. 1 and 2 at the fifth annual Blues & Ribfest.