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Gahanna schools: Students recover from pot-laced candy

The Gahanna-Jefferson school district sent an email to district parents yesterday, Feb. 5, after an incident earlier in the week when two students became ill from candy allegedly containing marijuana.
GoForward Gahanna

Residents share views on where city's focus should be

What do residents care most about in Gahanna?

New Albany-Plain Local's Domine takes job at GCA

In less than six months, both Gahanna Christian Academy and the New Albany-Plain Local School District will have a new leader.

Smashburger reopens at Gahanna's Clark Hall

Gahanna’s Smashburger, 109 N. Hamilton Road, opened to special guests for a sneak peek yesterday (Feb. 2), while a grand reopening for the general public is set for today.
GahannaThon = $26,801

Students dance their way to record donation

Gahanna Lincoln High School students will present a $26,801 check to BuckeyeThon on Saturday, Feb. 6, from its Jan. 30 dance marathon called GahannaThon.

'Leaving Iowa' offers family vacation laughs

The Gahanna Lincoln High School theater department will present its dinner theatre production of Leaving Iowa, from Thursday, Feb. 4, to Saturday, Feb. 6.
Master facilities planning

Public asked to envision classrooms of the future

Gahanna leaders and community members are envisioning what the educational environment could look like for students in the future.

On the move

* The Columbus chapter of the American Institute of Architects recently announced its officers and board of directors for the 2016 program year.
Police beat

Gahanna: Streetlight misjudged as possible house fire

Gahanna police recently responded to a report of a possible house fire after a resident misjudged a streetlight's glow.

Coming up

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GahannaThon sets marathon record

GahannaThon set a record Jan. 30, raising the most money from a large high school in BuckeyeThon history.
GoForward Gahanna

Residents share community priorities with Planning Next

What do residents care most about in Gahanna?

Lords of Literature -- 15 years later

The Lords of Literature, a classic-rock band comprising local teachers, performs Jan. 23 at Coaches in Gahanna. The band made its debut performance at the Gahanna Lincoln High School Battle of the Bands in 2001.

Council mulls part-time post for marketing

The city of Gahanna soon might be promoted for business development with the hiring of a proposed director of marketing and communication.

Focus groups share preferences for next superintendent

Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools parents, business/community partners and district staff members met in focus groups Jan. 21 to tell Finding Leaders what they're looking for in their next school superintendent.
State report card

Gahanna-Jefferson gets A's for graduation, C for K-3 literacy

Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools officials say they're pleased with portions of the state report card that were released recently, showing the district with two A's for graduation rates and a C in K-3 literacy improvement.

Gahanna lauded for 'excellence' in financial reporting

The city of Gahanna has received top honors for financial reporting again.
Distracted driving

City teams up with Impact Teen Drivers, Remember Sydnee

Gahanna city leaders hope to lead by example in making roadways safer with an initiative to reduce distracted driving.

Gahanna tax-help site moves to Mifflin Township

The Gahanna AARP Foundation tax-aid site has moved to the Mifflin Township Meeting Hall from the former Gahanna Senior Center, where tax returns have been prepared for the past 20 years, according to Howard Zeldin, tax preparer.
Police beat

Gahanna: Graffiti drawn in snow on sidewalk

A local resident recently contacted Gahanna police about graffiti in the snow on the sidewalk.

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