Sixty-seven out of 278 Canal Winchester third-graders did not pass the Ohio Achievement Assessment test in reading administered in October and are in danger of being held back if they do not hit the mark in the spring.
It was a year of change for Madison Township, involving both personnel and programs.
For Canal Winchester, 2013 has been a year of loss and transition.
Groveport city officials see 2013 as a year of significant development, both commercially and in regard to public facilities.
Canal Winchester will lose a longtime business at the end of the year when Bolenbaugh Hardware will close after 125 years of continuous operation.
As Canal Winchester continues to streamline its finances, Finance Director Amanda Jackson has asked for an updated investment policy to better fit the times.
It truly was a white Christmas in the Village this year with a winter storm bearing down on Canal Winchester just in time for the weekend event.
Canal Winchester officials celebrated a big win for the city after refinancing two of its current bond packages, saving $800,000 over the next 10 years.
Canal Winchester officials hope to keep the city competitive for developers by reducing some development fees while increasing others to keep up with rising inspection costs.
Canal Winchester officials are considering a change to city law that would keep 3-percent annual increases for water use and wastewater capacity charges from going into effect automatically.
Dec 18, 2013 | Currently: 28° Partly Cloudy