More Gahanna News
Gahanna students will be the hands-down winners, benefiting from the Gahanna-Jefferson Education Foundation's Kentucky-Derby themed Gahanna Gala Saturday, Feb. 28.
As of Tuesday, March 3, Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools students could miss two more days of class before needing to make up time at the end of the school year.
Fairy Goodmothers, a local nonprofit organization, wants every central Ohio girl to feel like a princess at prom by providing a free dress and accessories to those who need assistance.
Gahanna police recently responded to a bar brawl at a local establishment.
Gahanna Mayor Becky Stinchcomb will share news of the successes of 2014 as well as what she expects will be in store for this year during her final State of the City address, scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 12 at Gahanna Middle School West, 350 N. Stygler Road.
Gahanna Residents in Need
Gahanna Residents in Need is back to the drawing board in searching for a new location to serve the community.
An application by Verizon Wireless for a proposed 120-foot cellular tower at 3690 N. Stygler Road has been withdrawn from the Gahanna Planning Commission.
Gahanna Lincoln High School will present its 37th annual Varsity Varieties Show at 7:30 p.m. March 12-14 in the auditorium at the school, 140 S. Hamilton Road.
Gahanna-Jefferson Superintendent Francis Scruci submitted his resignation to the school board Feb. 18, negating the need for the long anticipated vote to renew his contract.
Low temperatures might close school, but having a dad who's a teacher doesn't necessarily translate into a day off.
Gahanna City Council continued dissecting a proposed staff change Feb. 23 that would give finance director Jennifer Teal a dual role as assistant city administrator and add a coordinator in the finance department.
More food choices and personal services are coming to Gahanna with the opening of the Shops at Rocky Fork beginning in June.
Gahanna voters will have five mayoral candidates in the May 5 primary.The top two vote-getters will advance to the general election in November.
Gahanna police recently responded to a woman who said she was threatened by her neighbor.
It's game time for Pigskin Brewing Co. in Gahanna's Creekside.
After months of indecision regarding the renewal of Superintendent Francis Scruci's contract, the Gahanna-Jefferson Board of Education accepted his resignation during a Feb. 18 special meeting.
The Gahanna-Jefferson Board of Education has agreed to a $980,000 settlement with Stonehenge Land Co.
In an ongoing quest to find transparency and answers to the status of the employment of Superintendent Francis Scruci, district residents filled Clark Hall for the Gahanna-Jefferson Board of Education's Feb. 12 meeting.
A rural Cleveland suburban school named a local resident as its new superintendent Feb. 17 over Gahanna-Jefferson Superintendent Francis Scruci.
A parks-and-recreation master-plan implementation task force is being created to ensure that recommendations are carried out that include residents' desires.