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Grove City Library project
Grove City Council members say they want to determine if the library project on Broadway is still viable before supporting a proposal to keep the facility at its current location.
The new school year is off and running.
John O'Meara will retire Nov. 30 after 16 years as director of the Franklin County Metro Parks.
An employee tried to forge his boss' signature on a check but was thwarted by a bank manager, Grove City police reported.
Grove City drawing high-tech investment
From electric cars to an industrial park powered by the Franklin County landfill, Grove City has its share of technology-based companies making investments.
Grove City Council has a new proposal that calls for keeping the Grove City Library at its current site.
Grove City and Central Crossing high schools have new band directors this year, but neither are entirely new to their schools.
A few weeks ago, a 91-year-old woman went into the Grove City Welcome Center Museum with a friend looking for a scrapbook she had donated.
A resident told Grove City police he suspects a former employee burglarized his house last week.
The Grove City Area Chamber has redesigned its website in an effort to better serve its members and appeal to the general public.
More than 100 Advanced Placement Scholars from South-Western's four high schools were recognized at the Aug. 25 school board meeting.
* Capital University has announced its spring 2014 graduates. They include Grove City residents Jeremy Adkins, Jonathan Adkins, Luis Coto, Jennifer Davis, Autumn Dawson, Brittany Fleshman, Jordan Frase, Brittney Fuller, Lucas Furniss, Magen Goldstone, Amanda Grossman, Christine Houk, Kayla Kochensparger, Betsy Leal, Gregory Maney, Anna Montgomery, Ashley Nelson, Patricia Phillis, Jennifer Reid, Jessica Rifa, Andrea Ruede, Ashley Senter, Wesley Slack, Kyrsten Stenerson, Elizabeth Vermilyer, Samantha Wagner and Teresa Worth.
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