More Gahanna News
Reformation Lutheran Church, Easter egg hunt for children ages 0-12, rain or shine, 1 p.m. April 4 at 1355 S. Hamilton Road. Arrive early for a prompt start. No dogs except service dogs, please. For more information, call 614-235-4995.
Blacklick and Gahanna students who received degrees at Ohio State University's 2014 autumn commencement.
Winners of the Gahanna Area Art League's Spring 2015 Member Show have been announced.
Franklin County Public Health will offer childhood immunizations by appointment only at a clinic set for 9:40 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, April 6, at the Gahanna Municipal Building, 200 S. Hamilton Road.
Gahanna police are seeking the public's help to identify a man who allegedly robbed Taco Bell, 1330 Stoneridge Drive, about 9 p.m. Thursday, March 19.
Market conditions are considered ripe for Gahanna to take advantage of low-interest rates, so Gahanna City Council is considering a measure to refinance bonds and issue new municipal bonds to finance street improvements.
Mount Carmel East
Private rooms will be available to all patients at Mount Carmel East Hospital in the near future, thanks to a modernization project Mount Carmel Health System calls "transforming health care for you because of you."
Harsh winters have left thousands of potholes for Gahanna street crews to fill over the past two years.
Gahanna City Council is studying a parks master-plan update that would guide the city's parks and recreation department for the next five years.
A zoning application for 5074 E. Dublin-Granville Road has received a negative recommendation from a local planning group, but the measure still is one step closer to Columbus City Council.
Gahanna police recently responded to a burglary in the city's industrial zone.
Used mowers and other equipment from the Gahanna-Jefferson schools are available to the public through an online auction.
A chapter of Students Against Destructive Decisions has formed at Gahanna Lincoln High School, with its inaugural event -- a distracted-driving summit -- slated Thursday, April 2.
State of the city
Gahanna Mayor Becky Stinchcomb said the state of the city is good, and it has been the honor of her lifetime to be the city's mayor the past 14 years.
For the second time is its seven-year history, the private portions of Gahanna's Creekside are in court-ordered receivership from foreclosure proceedings.
The 21st annual All-District Jazz Festival will be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 24, inside the Gahanna Lincoln High School auditorium, 140 S. Hamilton Road.
Despite the ongoing legal battle between the owners of the private portions of Creekside and its lender, city leaders promise the investment in the public portions of the project is secure.
Ohio Business Expo, an outreach event for minority-owned, women-owned and small businesses, 8 a.m. March 25 at the Aladdin Shrine Center, 3850 Stelzer Road. State officials will host informational sessions to promote the state's Minority Business Enterprise and Encouraging Diversity, Growth and Equity programs and to show entrepreneurs how to do business with the state. Online registration is encouraged. Call 614-466-8380.
Mifflin Township resident Trent Parks was named the Wexner Heritage Village Evelyn Moss Associate of the Year for 2014.