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Grove City is looking to turn what is believed to be the community's oldest house into a living museum.
Jackson Township revised its 2014 budget after finding it had less resources than originally projected.
The South-Western City Schools Council of PTAs presented its annual Helping Hands awards Feb. 25 to 35 recipients who have gone above and beyond in their service to the district and its students.
A business in the 2200 block of Stringtown Road reported being hit by a theft on Dec. 3, when a man with a woman he said was his wife entered the store, saying they were from the Success Express LLC Co.
Maynard persevered for the Greyhounds to compete in several events despite being ill the morning and seeing her best friend being taken to the hospital from the tournament.
The City of Grove City is making infrastructure improvements to Demorest Road north of the intersection at Southwest Boulevard.
Had Grove City Council been voting earlier this week to establish the JEDD district with Scioto Township and the Village of Commercial Point, it would not have passed.
The Grove City Chamber Singers will present its spring concert "The Color of Song" at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, March 16, at the Grove City United Methodist Church, 2684 Columbus St.
The Grove City Division of Police, in partnership with the National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators (NADDI), has installed an Rx Drug Drop Box in the lobby of the Grove City Safety Complex, 3360 Park St.
Mayor Richard L. "Ike" Stage announced the appointments of Sherry Minton, director of Career Articulation at Columbus State Community College; Lenee' Pezzano, president of Harrison College's Grove City campus; and Phil Honsey, director of Development, Energy and Resource Recovery at the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio to the Workforce Study Group established by city council to learn more about the employment needs of local businesses and report to council recommendations to help provide a more effectively trained labor pool.
High school seniors at South-Western City School District are encouraged to apply now for scholarships awarded by the South-Western City Schools Educational Foundation (SWCSEF) for post-secondary education.
Rachel Bausch of Grove City was elected to the Franklin County Agricultural Society Board for a three-year term.
Grove City Council might not want to see warehouses at Beulah Park, but the city administration warns some commercial development will be necessary, to generate the new revenue the city does want to see from Beulah in the future.
Tim Cox was a student when the blizzard of '78 hit central Ohio.