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City of Canal Winchester, with Canal Winchester Senior Citizens Inc. and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10523, Veterans March and Ceremony, 10 a.m. Nov. 7 at the Frances Steube Community Center, 22 S. Trine St. entrance. The march will continue onto East Waterloo between Trine and High Street, turning at South High Street to end at Stradley Place. The ceremony will begin at 10:30 a.m. at Stradley Place, located next to Canal Winchester Municipal Office Building, 36 S. High St. The ceremony will include remarks from Warren Motts of Motts Military Museum, Mayor Michael Ebert, and guest speaker Major General John Harris. Veterans and their families are invited to a free pancake and sausage breakfast from 8 to 10 a.m. at the Canal Winchester Community Center on the morning of the ceremony. For more information, visit or call 614-837-8276.

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Canal Winchester City Council

Quality of life, future growth top candidates' concerns

With three seats up for election and only one incumbent running again, Canal Winchester voters will see at least two new faces on city council after the Nov. 3 election.

New transportation program is off to 'GREAT' start

The Groveport Rickenbacker Employee Access Transit system got up and running Sept. 28 with a handful of riders on its first day of service.
Canal Winchester Board of Education

Three incumbents, one challenger vying for two seats

Three candidates are competing for two seats on the Canal Winchester Board of Education Nov. 3: incumbents Matt Krueger and Bob Toledo and newcomer Kevin Butler.

District seeks city zoning variances, fee waivers

Groveport Madison Schools Superintendent Bruce Hoover asked Groveport City Council last week to grant zoning variances and waive an estimated $50,000 worth of fees connected with building a new Groveport Madison High School.

Mayor's race uncontested after Paini withdraws

Canal Winchester Mayor Michael Ebert will run uncontested on the Nov. 3 ballot after challenger Victor Paini unexpectedly withdrew from the race.
AMC Ohio Pharmacy

Naloxone available without prescription

A local nonprofit organization is the first in Franklin County to start selling naloxone without a prescription, according to the state board that oversees distribution.

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Central Ohio Coon Hunters Association, Fall Turkey Shoot, noon Sundays, Oct. 4 through Nov. 15 at 6995 Coonpath Road NW, Carroll. Sign up starts at 7:30 a.m. Prizes include turkeys, hams, griller packs and money shoots. There will be shooting events for youth and for women. Closest pellet to the X mark wins; every shoot has a winner. For more information, go to

Paini withdraws from Canal Winchester mayoral race

Canal Winchester Mayor Mike Ebert will run uncontested on the Nov. 3 ballot after challenger Victor Paini unexpectedly withdrew from the race Wednesday.

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