More Gahanna News
Herbal Sick Day, 1 to 2:30 p.m. Jan. 14 at the Ohio Herb Education Center, 110 Mill St., Gahanna. Try new wellness strategies and sample herbal recipes. Advance registration required. The cost is $35 for Gahanna residents and $40 for nonresidents. For details, call 614-342-4380.
* Gahanna- and Blacklick-area students who made the fall 2016 dean's list at Ohio Dominican University include: Brandon Bautista, Audrey Beale, Heather Campbell, Alexa Desroches, Joshua Egler, Aaron Foster, MacKenzie Gruenbaum, Daniel Jordan, Kathryn O'Donovan, Elizabeth Maloof, Mariana Perez Marcano, Christine Nelson, Taylor Petree, Salma Shire, Samira Shire, Margaret Smith, Rebecca Sunday and Erin Upp.
James Road property
Gahanna's planning commission is scheduled to continue mulling a proposal that would allow a residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility to open at 121 James Road.
Gahanna Residents In Need
Any groups, organizations or individuals planning to assist Gahanna Residents in Need this year are invited to a planning meeting from 9 a.m. to noon Jan. 28 at On the Border Mexican Grill & Cantina, 4175 Morse Crossing.
Gahanna Division of Police veteran Jeffrey Spence has been named the department's new deputy chief.
Gahanna police heard what sounded like a single gunshot from a park off North Stygler Road, according to a report filed at 2:33 p.m. Jan. 1.
Improved city performance is what veteran Gahanna City Council member Brian Larick anticipates in the coming year.
Business and job growth, work force development and civic pride and community enhancement are priorities for Gahanna Mayor Tom Kneeland in 2017.
Herbal Sick Day, 1 to 2:30 p.m. Jan. 14 at the Ohio Herb Education Center, 110 Mill St., Gahanna. Try new wellness strategies and sample herbal recipes. Advance registration required. The cost is $35 for Gahanna residents and $40 for nonresidents. For details call 614-342-4380.
Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools Superintendent Steve Barrett said the district will focus on its vision, mission and goals in the new year.
City budget for 2017
Tom Kneeland says he loves the 2017 budget, his first financial plan initiated since becoming Gahanna's mayor last January.
Gahanna police responded to a domestic incident involving a man "bear hugging" a woman to try to defuse an argument at 11:33 p.m. Dec. 28 at an apartment in the first block of Town Street.
Gahanna's Niagara Bottling recently put books into the hands of children in need at an after-school learning center it helped establish in Columbus.