More West Side News
Two business elective classes offered at Grove City High School and other South-Western high schools give juniors and seniors the opportunity to learn practical lessons for everyday life.
The Aladdin Shriners plan to expand their new facility in Grove City, but it will still be smaller than their previous center.
Columbus Public Health officials are asking residents to pitch their unwanted and unused medication before it can cause harm at home.
As the city attempts to draw a transportation blueprint for the next 25 years, participation from Columbus residents has been less than enthusiastic.
United Methodist Women of the Grove City United Methodist Church, chicken noodle dinner, 4 to 6:30 p.m. April 18 at the church, 2684 Columbus St., Grove City. Cost is $8.50, $4 for children 4-11.
A west Columbus man was arrested last week for rape and could face additional charges after a task force of the Franklin County Sheriff's Office uncovered video evidence of the rape of a child.
The Family and Youth Law Center at Capital University Law School, Community Forum on Youth Justice, 9 a.m. to noon April 15, at Capital's main campus, 1 College and Main in Bexley. Discussion will focus on restorative and other evidence-supported practices in juvenile justice. Admission is free, but advance registration is required. For more information or to register, visit tinyurl.com/ooea7zl.
Senior living facility proposed
Developers are planning a new senior living center in Grove City.
Three South-Western City School District students are participating in the national PTA Reflections art competition.
The city's efforts to revitalize the West Side have attracted new owners for two retail properties -- the Great Western Commerce Center and the Great Western Shopping Center, both in the West Broad Street and Wilson Road area.
2015 Spring Craft Beer Fest
The Grove City Lions Club has a new venue for its craft beer festival this year.