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Arts festival main event but not only July attraction

Rock from the '50s through '80s with ice cream sundaes? Magic, juggling and classes in art for every age? Theater presentations a la Rodgers & Hammerstein and Disney? The 43rd offering of one of the most prestigious music and arts festivals in Ohio ... with an Uptown showcase of artistic talents and entertainment occurring the previous evening? Yes!

Senior news

The Blendon Senior Center, 6330 Hempstead Road, provides daily activities for senior adults. Members must be at least 55 years old or must be the spouse of a member that age.

Westerville Public Library news

The Westerville Public Library is at 126 S. State St. For more information or to register for the following programs, call 614-882-7277 or visit westervillelibrary.org.

Heavy rain slightly a pain

Some Westerville residents encountered more water than they bargained for during their commute on the morning of Thursday, June 23.
Aloft hotel

Officials see great things linked to building's rise

The second of Westerville's two large hotel projects is officially on its way.
Police beat

Westerville: Woman points gun at neighbors

A 33-year-old woman was charged after allegedly pointing a weapon at her neighbors, according to Westerville police reports.

Rotary's July Fourth plans coming together

The Rotary Club of Westerville will host a full day of activities for this year's Fourth of July.
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South has new principal in Starner

The Westerville Board of Education on June 27 voted to hire a new principal and new athletics director.

Elifritz approved as North athletics director

In addition to approving the hiring of a new principal for Westerville South High School, Westerville school board members approved the hiring of a new athletics director for Westerville North.

Mall jam-packed as leaders beam

After years of preparation, construction and planning, Delaware County has its first outlet mall.

Camp's lessons clear as mud

Every summer, the Olentangy River turns into a living classroom for gifted students from all over central Ohio.

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Scholarships

Local students recently were awarded college-sponsored scholarships from the National Merit Scholarship Corp.

College notes

* Local students named to the Ohio University dean's list for the spring 2016 semester include: Ellen Bardash, Madison Boblett, Melissa Borger, Eric Briggs, Nicholas Cellars, Phillip Craigmile, Alexander Cummings, Erica Davis, Andrea Delaney, Schuyler Fastenau, Cameron Fisher, Christina Friedel, Cameron George, Amanda Gesouras, Sarah Hallfrisch, Jeremy Held, William Howard III, Marissa Imondi, Leah Kistler, Derek Kruk, Morgan Livingston, Kelsie Malloy, Katelyn Marielli, Craig Martin, Madison McGonigle, John McHale, Alexandra McKahan, Alanna Paynter, Clayton Peck, Erin Phillips, Ryan Pitt, Julia Price, Jennah Rawahneh, Nathan Rodriguez, Emily Rorris, Patricia Tighe, Mary Viola, William Vosler, Anthony Widdifield, Brian Williams, Paige Wilson, Stephen Withers, Kristin Yates and Andrew Zimmerman.

Senior news

The Blendon Senior Center, 6330 Hempstead Road, provides daily activities for senior adults. Members must be at least 55 years old or must be the spouse of a member that age.

Westerville Public Library news

The Westerville Public Library is at 126 S. State St. For more information or to register for the following programs, call 614-882-7277 or visit westervillelibrary.org.
District financial forecast

Griffith: Outlook good, somewhat depends on levy

The Westerville City School District's financial outlook is good, based on the updated five-year forecast, but a levy renewal in November would avoid future shortfalls, according to the district's treasurer.
Fourth of July celebration

Music, food component expands in '16

The Rotary Club of Westerville is growing its annual Fourth of July celebration again after the successful debut of music in 2015.
Opportunity for Nexosis

Company makes list for accelerator

A Westerville technology company could be in for rapid growth after being chosen as one of just 10 companies in Target's Techstars Accelerator.

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