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Residents plead with council to keep pools open

A school of youth from the Gahanna Swimming Pool Sea Lions and Hunters Ridge Pool Seahorses swim teams packed Gahanna City Council chambers July 21, hoping to convince city leaders to keep the pools open in the future.

Petition seeks to change city to manager form of government

July 25 is the deadline for Gahanna residents circulating petitions to collect 850 required signatures to place on the November ballot a charter change that would move the city from a mayor-led form of government to one with a city manager.

Stinchcomb says this is her last term as mayor

Gahanna Mayor Becky Stinchcomb has announced she won't seek re-election next year.

Blacklick family finds harmony in honey-harvesting hobby

Beekeeping is all about health and wellness for the eight-member Parker family of Blacklick.

Gahanna grad opens yoga studio in Brewery District

Taking advantage of a growing fitness trend, sisters Kristina and Natasha Suszkiw have opened Studio 543 Yoga Inferno in the Brewery District.
Police beat

Gahanna: Driver alerted by other driver that his car was on fire

Gahanna police recently responded to a report of a vehicle on fire near the area of South Hamilton Road.
Guest column

It's time to turn page to life's next chapter

Recently, I made the difficult decision not to seek re-election to the office of mayor of the city of Gahanna next year.

Coming up

St. Stevan of Dechani Serbian Orthodox Church, annual Serbian Festival, noon to 10 p.m. July 26 at the church, 1840 N. Cassady Ave.

Stinchcomb announces she won't seek re-election

Gahanna Mayor Becky Stinchcomb publicly announced July 15 that she won't seek re-election next year.

New bleachers almost ready to seat Gahanna Lions fans

Gahanna Lincoln High School fans will have a new home side and bleachers to cheer on the Lions teams next month.

Scruci calling for permanent improvements levy of 2-3 mills

Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools Superintendent Francis Scruci is urging the school board to place a permanent improvements levy before voters in the fall.
Police beat

Gahanna: Recent storm toppled trees, brought down power lines

Police responded to multiple calls about trees down in roadways following a July 7 storm.

Council weighs in on trash proposal

Gahanna City Council members continued debating proposed legislation July 14 regarding how the city should handle refuse, recycling and yard-waste collection in 2015 and beyond.
American Red Cross

Upcoming blood drives will draw funds for schools

Central Ohio residents are being asking to roll up their sleeves to "Bleed for the Band," a program of the American Red Cross.

Commission OKs fence to improve safety at WesBanco

An 8-foot-high fence has been approved at WesBanco, 116 S. Stygler Road, to improve public safety at the business that has been the site of two armed robberies.

Vapor Station offers 'tasting bar' for electronic cigarettes

Vapor Station owner James Jarvis lost his grandmother to lung cancer, so he's on a mission to help smokers kick the habit via electronic cigarettes.
Straight talk

Summer doesn't mean break for everyone

The swimming pools are crowded; the sound of baseball and softball bats are heard; children are on bicycles; and festivals are occurring in almost every community.

Boes receives gold award

Sarah Boes of Gahanna recently received the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest achievement in Girl Scouting.

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