More Grove City News
The Central Crossing High School Athletic Boosters club has found a recipe for successful fundraising.
Columbus International Children's Choir
Music has taken the Columbus International Children's Choir around the world.
Grove City police
Steven Sloter, who was wanted on a charge of pandering sexually oriented material involving a minor, turned himself in to Grove City police Tuesday night, Feb. 9.
Grove City Library officials are joining a Dutchman in his search for information about Ernest Trickett, a member of the Grove City High School class of 1935 who died June 22, 1943, after his plane was shot down in the Netherlands during World War II.
Jackson Township's finances soon will be an open book.
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* Michael Osborn of Grove City was named to the fall semester president's list at the University of Akron.
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A southwest Ohio man discovered Feb. 2 how quickly a car can be stolen, according to a recent Grove City Division of Police report.
Visit Grove City should have plenty of good news to share at its annual breakfast meeting, according to its leaders.
Legionnaires' disease, an ailment that frequently finds its way into the media spotlight, is not all that uncommon in Ohio, according to the state's medical director.
A warrant for the arrest of a Grove City man has been issued after the Franklin County Internet Crimes Against Children task force executed a child-pornography search warrant at his residence.
The lunchbox and paper-bag industries might have a problem with it, but South-Western City Schools officials are happy about the greater number of students buying lunch and breakfast at school.
J.C. Sommer Elementary School
Two annual events were combined earlier this week to make one special occasion for first-graders at J.C. Sommer Elementary School.
Grove City Councilman Ted Berry on Feb. 1 withdrew an ordinance he had sponsored that would have prohibited the sale of pets from high-volume breeders.