More Gahanna News
The Gahanna community will have more housing available for older residents with a new 154-unit senior living facility.
Gahanna-Jefferson schools could replace school buses as old as 20 years if voters approve a 2.16-mill permanent improvements levy on the Nov. 4 ballot.
Fire and emergency medical services are at stake for Jefferson Township voters with Issue 39, a proposed 3-mill continuing levy on the Nov. 4 ballot.
The annual Creepside Festival will return to Gahanna's Creekside, 117 Mill St., from 4:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22, thanks to the Gahanna Parks & Recreation Department and event sponsors.
Gahanna police recently responded to reports of gunshots, including a report from a hunter who said he heard what sounded like the firing of a handgun.
I write this column with great pride regarding the recently published state report-card results.
Nature's Path will celebrate its one-year anniversary with a grand re-opening celebration and name change to It's All Natural!, Saturday, Oct. 18, at 1360 Cherry Bottom Road.
The Gahanna Lincoln High School Marching Band will perform at Olentangy Orange High School's second annual Fall FANfare at Orange High School's Pioneer Field Saturday, Oct. 25.
The city of Gahanna will work with AEP and Asplundh Tree Services to remove and prune trees near power lines next month.
Citizens for Quality Schools
Former Gahanna-Jefferson school board member DeWitt Harrell is helping lead Citizens for Quality Schools, a group touting the 2.16-mill permanent improvements levy that will appear as Issue 1 on the Nov. 4 ballot.
Central Ohio residents could hit the jackpot by sampling signature foods from 30 area restaurants and playing games of chance during the Taste of Gahanna -- Casino Night.
Mayor or city manager?
A committee of seven members appointed by Gahanna City Council may spend six months looking into the idea of Gahanna changing from a mayoral to city-manager form of government.
Spirit Award recipient
Running has been therapeutic for Gahanna resident Todd Lustig.
Gahanna police recently responded to residents who reported telecommunications harassment, including one incident in which the resident allegedly was threatened with decapitation.
After ongoing problems with information technology in the Gahanna-Jefferson school district, the school board is seeking an audit as a first step to resolve the issue.
The Jefferson Township trustees will host a special meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 13, at St. Mary Macedonian Orthodox Church, 400 Waggoner Road, Reynoldsburg, to meet with residents to provide information and answer questions about fire protection and emergency medical services and funding.