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Westerville residents will be looking at minimal cost increases to water and sewer services as well as a drop in solid waste collection and disposal costs in 2015.
In front of 10,000 of her former peers, longtime Westerville school board member Cindy Crowe was posthumously honored with the Ohio School Boards Association's most coveted award.
As communities throughout central Ohio encounter a growing influx of heroin, Blendon Township is joining the ranks of those choosing to educate their residents rather than ignore the issue.
The requests are coming in. Now begins the work to meet them.
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Jennah Rawenah of Westerville has been awarded the 2014 Society of Women Engineers Turner Construction Company Scholarship. Rawenah is a sophomore civil engineering major at Ohio University's Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ College of Engineering and Technology.
After his first snow as Westerville Public Service Director, Kevin Weaver says he's happy with the early indications of how his workforce handled a mid-November snowfall on the morning of Monday, Nov. 17.
For the fifth year in a row, the Westerville Public Library was named a five-star library in the November issue of the Library Journal.
Westerville staff has proposed the creation of a Tax Increment Financing district at the Dill-Perkins project along the west side of State Street, north of County Line Road, to help fund an extension of Hoff Road.
In the midst of a restaurant boom in Uptown, Greek business partners Orion Trifoni and Ilias Strovolidis are nearing the opening of Koble Greek-Italian Grill at 7 N. State St.
Westerville police were called to investigate a resident's report that someone had been in her house in the 200 block of Mary Avenue multiple times without stealing anything.
Proceeds from two Westerville theatrical events in November will benefit Honor Flight, celebrating veterans with paid trips and tours of Washington, D.C.
A teacher at a business in the 600 block of Park Meadow Road reported to Westerville police that a man exposed himself outside the facility on the evening of Nov. 3.
Only a small percentage of Boy Scouts attain the rank of Eagle Scout but one Westerville Boy Scout troop is bucking the trend.
Quite a bit has changed at Mark Twain Elementary School over the last four decades, and administrators at the Westerville school say that change should be celebrated.
Pakistani exchange student Ali Akmal Chaudhry believes many Americans have the wrong idea about his home country.
Days after a woman drove into the back of Roush Hardware at 609 S. State St., the reason for the crash is still uncertain.
* Courtney Jones has been named to the summer 2014 dean's list at Carleton College. Jones, a graduate of Westerville Central High School, is the daughter of Hugh Jones and Patricia Jones.
For the first time since the historic State Theater closed its doors in 1975, movie posters will soon be hanging on the walls of 8 N. State St. in Uptown Westerville.
Planning for Westerville Caring & Sharing's 2014 Holiday Project is underway. The goal of the program is to provide all Westerville students, families and senior citizens who might otherwise not be remembered during the Christmas season with items from their wish lists and, if funds allow, a gift card.