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Dreams become reality at ball field

The hits were coming as fast as the rain drops Saturday, May 21, during the opening game of the Buddy Ball League in Grove City.

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Library notes

The following programs are offered by Southwest Public Libraries. For more information, visit swpl.org. For outreach services, call 614-875-6716, ext. 159.

Immunization clinics

College notes

* Local students recognized at the Wittenberg University Honors Convocation include Sarah Ellis, Hannah Johnson and Mariah Koenig.

Sun awarded National Merit scholarship

Eric Y. Sun, a Grove City High School student, recently was awarded $2,500 from the National Merit Scholarship Corp.
Memorial Day

City shows sacrifice is not forgotten

Grove City's Memorial Day weekend will maintain tradition while paying particular honor to Gold Star families.
Southern Grove neighborhood

Planned subdivision connector could become divisive issue

On a recent pleasant spring evening, Southern Grove Estates resident Wayne Smith asked a visitor to soak in the quiet of his neighborhood.

Market days bring friends old, new together

Despite a rainy forecast for opening day, the Grove City Farmers Market was a bustle of activity Saturday, May 21.

New service chief 'happy' to be in Grove City

Robert Donham is happy to be Grove City's new service superintendent.
Police beat

Grove City: Woman becomes ill during attempted theft

Grove City police were dispatched about 6 p.m. May 18 to a business in the 2800 block of London-Groveport Road regarding a theft in progress.
Off the Shelf

Reading club adds to summer-vacation fun

The staff members at Southwest Public Libraries are getting excited for Summer Reading Club. We're getting ready for all the activities, programs and events we have planned.

Writer brings wonder to schools

A good teacher never stops learning.

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City briefs

* Grove City Mayor Ike Stage recently was recognized with the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission's William H. Anderson Excellence in Public Service Award.

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