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Jefferson Township residents will decide on a 2-mill levy on the May 6 ballot to sustain current operations at the Jefferson Township Fire Department.
Although they're imprisoned at Marysville's Ohio Reformatory for Women, about 400 inmates recently had their spirits lifted by central Ohio's Rag Tag Worship Team.
Small Business Community Heroes
Direct Energy and ThisWeek Community News announce the launch of the first Columbus Small Business Community Heroes award program. Nominations are being accepted until May 29. The online nomination form can be found by visiting directenergy.com/heroes.
Gahanna Middle School East sixth-grader Alex Baker wants cereal and cereal bars to help feed breakfast to hungry children this summer.
Overcome with emotion, one could've heard a pin drop as Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools Superintendent Francis Scruci fought back tears to announce he had withdrawn from consideration as a superintendent candidate for Pickerington Local Schools.
The Gahanna-Jefferson Board of Education on April 15 was scheduled to approve a contract with Robert (Bobby) Dodd as Lincoln High School's new principal.
Gahanna police recently responded to incidents involving a woman asking for money and a man seeking work by holding a sign.
Ohio Herb Education Center
The Ohio Herb Education Center in Gahanna needs votes.
Gahanna Lincoln High School senior Kirstyn Thomas will attend the University of Cincinnati on a full scholarship, thanks to a recent academic achievement.
The deadline is Wednesday, April 23, for Gahanna-area residents to purchase a brick to be dedicated on Memorial Day at Gahanna Veterans Memorial Park, 73 W. Johnstown Road.
Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools Superintendent Francis Scruci has withdrawn as a candidate for the superintendent's job in Pickerington Local Schools.
Gahanna swimmers will see some new faces at the pools this summer.
A reading garden is sprouting at Chapelfield Elementary School, with student-designed sculptures covered in colored plastic bottle caps.
A new Gahanna Lincoln High School principal could be announced today, April 10.
April 12 Columbus Walk MS
Thirty-five-year-old Asia Armstrong thought she was having a stroke eight years ago.
Gahanna police responded to a variety of unusual calls April 1, including a report of naked males with squirt guns in a front yard.
Central Ohio thespians will perform Raisin' the Roof this weekend in an effort to benefit a nonprofit arts group and Nationwide Children's Hospital.
James C. Farrell of Blacklick has joined Renier Construction as senior estimator.
A fence installation error made seven years ago is being brought to task by the city of Gahanna.