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A Grove City soldier was killed in Afghanistan.
Grove City Coin & Currency
Clark Wolfe opened Grove City Coin & Currency in 2008.
Grove City has plans for the former Huntington National Bank building in the Town Center, but one group is counting itself out.
Proposed Dollar General
Grove City Council delayed voting on a resolution that would allow a Dollar General store on Broadway.
Shoplifting turned into robbery after a couple with a young child tried to force their way out of a store with stolen merchandise, Grove City police reported.
A student's senior year in high school is an exciting milestone, with graduation on the horizon.
The South-Western City School District and two of the district's intermediate schools are recipients of 2014 SOAR Awards for High Progress.
In their production of Cyrano De Bergerac, Central Crossing High School students are not only learning about theater, but about old -- and not that old -- English as well.
Under a proposed master calendar plan, South-Western City Schools will have another later than usual start and end to the 2015-16 school year but will return to a more familiar and traditional schedule the following year.
Town Center redevelopment
Grove City Council is poised to vote on a number of items related to the Town Center redevelopment project before the end of the year.
A Grove City resident discovered her home was burglarized last week when she found her dogs locked in a hallway closet, Grove City police reported.
Grove City police arrested and charged a man and woman outside the Mount Carmel Grove City Medical Center with possession of heroin, cocaine and amphetamine. But after officers tried to book and jail the two, both ended up returned to the hospital for medical treatment.
The South-Western City School District has begun planning the logistics for moving to adding an all-day, every-day kindergarten program in the fall of 2015.
* Lindsay Starr of Grove City recently participated with two other Wittenberg University Department of Geology students in presenting research at the Geological Society of America conference in October.