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Inspired by the courage of one of their mothers in her fight against breast cancer, a group of local fourth-grade girls is leading a campaign to raise funds for efforts to find a cure.
Two teachers were presented with School Bell Awards at the South-Western Board of Education meeting Monday, April 14.
A Grove City man was arrested and charged today, April 17, after investigators conducted a child-pornography search warrant at his residence.
A woman's fiance used their anniversary date to empty her bank account, Grove City police reported.
Gina Perry has returned to her geographic and artistic roots.
A South Korean auto parts manufacturer has confirmed it will locate its first United States production facility in Grove City.
Grove City resident Tina Badurina is competing in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's 2014 Central Ohio Woman of the Year campaign.
A next-door neighbor is looking to buy and renovate the vacant Grove City Hardware Store in the Town Center.
Several employees of the Grove City Library were recognized for their years of service last week by the Southwest Public Libraries Board of Trustees.
When Lenny Frazzitta first arrived as a jockey at Beulah Park in 2002, a valet warned him not to drink the water; those who said they wouldn't stay long had a tendency to settle.
A Columbus-based developer is in talks to buy Beulah Park.
The Grove City High School Drama Club is inviting the community to "Be (its) Guest" as it presents one of Broadway's most successful productions as its spring musical.
Grove City will hold its own farewell to the local thoroughbred racetrack with the Beulah Park Celebration, set for noon to 5 p.m. April 26, at , 3811 Southwest Blvd.
Grove City Council this week overturned a variance that would have allowed a former councilman to grow soybeans on his property.
A robber popped into a Grove City barber shop for more than a haircut April 2.