More Canal Winchester News
Canal Winchester will pay more for public health services next year if city council approves a proposal from Franklin County Public Health.
Groveport Madison schools
The Groveport Madison school district is looking at the best financial forecast it's seen in years, thanks to cost-savings measures and voter approval of an operating levy and bond issue in May, according to Treasurer Tony Swartz.
Canal Winchester Finance Director Amanda Jackson presented a budget proposal for 2015 to city council Oct. 6 that includes an option for city staff to reallocate some funds without council approval and the potential for adding a line item to cover the historical society's insurance and minimal maintenance costs related to its complex on North High Street.
Nationwide Children's Patient Champions
Two Canal Winchester girls have been named Patient Champions for the Oct. 19 Nationwide Children's Hospital Marathon and Half Marathon.
Plenty of treats are on the calendar for area families looking to celebrate Halloween beyond just trick-or-treating.
A new Verizon cell phone tower at Asbury Elementary School in the Blacklick Estates neighborhood appears to be off the table unless the company makes an effort to sway residents' opinions.
Direct Energy and ThisWeek Community News are seeking nominations for the third annual Columbus Volunteer Citizen of the Year award.
When Ohio State University went searching for a company to build a massive new vacuum test chamber for its Aeronautics and Astronautics Research Lab at Don Scott Field, it didn't have to look far.
Awarding bed-tax grants
Canal Winchester City Council is hoping a newly drafted application and new scoring matrix will streamline the process for awarding bed-tax grants this year.
Organizers of Canal Winchester's first Veterans Day observance want to go beyond a simple 'thank you.'