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State fair honors Gahanna resident

Gahanna resident Joe Darst helped develop and oversee construction of a new 100,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art exhibit building called Cardinal Hall at this year's Ohio State Fair.

Lincoln junior's artwork on display

Gahanna Lincoln High School junior Alyssa Lee has been chosen as one of only 100 high school artists to have her work selected for the Youth Art Exhibit at this year's Ohio State Fair.
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Gahanna: Defecating dogs prompt dispute among neighbors

Gahanna police recently responded to a neighbor dispute about cleaning up dog feces.

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G-J making use of 2014 PI levy

Safety measures are being enhanced at Gahanna elementary and middle schools in addition to many other improvements this summer.

Council postpones action on Darling proposal

Gahanna City Council postponed to Aug. 1 a vote on a preannexation agreement with M/I Homes of Central Ohio LLC for the development of about 93 homes on 63 acres off Darling Road.

Nonprofit converting Agler Road home to youth center

Local youth will have a safe haven to learn in next school year, thanks to the Gahanna Planning Commission's July 13 passage of legislation for a new youth center.
Police beat

Gahanna: Pokemon Go players deemed suspicious to some

Gahanna police recently responded to many reports of suspicious vehicles and people on public property playing the reality mobile game, Pokemon Go, at all hours of the day and night.

GRIN's back-to-school fair slated Aug. 6

Gahanna Residents In Need is expected to help 300 to 400 youths at a back-to-school fair from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 6, at Everest Institute, 825 Tech Center Drive.

Block watches combine forces

Criminals, beware. Residents around Waggoner and Wengert roads in Blacklick are keeping a close eye on their neighborhoods.

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College notes

* Meghan McGuff of Columbus recently graduated from Baldwin Wallace University.
M/I Homes development

Jefferson trustees emphatically oppose plan

Jefferson Township trustees officially oppose an M/I Homes of Central Ohio development for 93 homes on 63 acres off Darling Road.
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Fresh Thyme opens North Hamilton store

Gahanna residents who shop Tuesday, July 19, at the recently opened Fresh Thyme Farmers Market could help the city's parks and recreation department.
Survey on Gahanna's services

Several residents will be asked to rate city

Gahanna leaders want to hear from 1,800 residents who will be selected randomly to participate in a survey this month to rate how the city measures up.

Gahanna History Bike Tour slated July 17

Gahanna bicycle enthusiasts will have an opportunity to discover the location of an ancient Indian mound in Jefferson Township and other interesting facts during the inaugural Gahanna History Bike Tour.

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