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College notes

* Local named to the dean's list for the spring 2016 semester at Ashland University include Abigail Momeyer, Asitia Richardson and Morgan Wiles.

Eckert graduates from Davidson leadership program

Graduating from UK with honors

All that blues and jazz

Emergency notifications

City drops CodeRED for county

Gahanna residents who want to receive severe weather and other emergency notification alerts from the city will have to sign up at alertfranklin-county.org.

Initiative centered on beautification

Gahanna's Becky Kneeland said she wants residents to know it's a new day in the city.
Police beat

Gahanna: Vehicles, business vandalized

Gahanna police recently received reports about vehicles being vandalized with condiments and one even being keyed in the shape of genitalia.
Gahanna-Jefferson new board member

Gottron 'eager to make positive difference'

New Gahanna-Jefferson Board of Education member Joseph Gottron, who was appointed June 9, said he's eager to make a positive difference in the district.

Coming up

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Names in the news

* Karen Kasler of Columbus recently received the 2016 Alumni Pacesetter Award from Otterbein University's Alumni Association.

College notes

* Varun Miriyana, a sixth-grader at Gahanna Middle School South, placed second in the Grade Six Category for a new invention May 19-21 at the National Invention Convention and Entrepreneurship Expo in Washington, D.C.

Goddard School to open day care on Morse

The Goddard School will build a 10,275-square-foot, one-story facility on 2.3 acres at 5515 Morse Road.

CVB gearing up for weekend of live blues, jazz

Fifty-five bands will perform on five stages with more than 90 hours of music June 17-19, when the Gahanna Convention and Visitors Bureau presents the 18th annual Creekside Blues & Jazz Festival.
Mifflin Township

Division of Fire's Grossman, Smith retire

Two employees ended a collective 66-year run with the Mifflin Township Division of Fire last week.
Police beat

Gahanna: Woman calls about road rage, hangs up on police

While Gahanna police were responding to a complaint about a rude driver, the woman who had called kept hanging up.

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