The Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce's Young Professionals Network will send members searching through Uptown Westerville June 21 as it hosts its fourth annual Uptown Shuffle.
A Westerville man was arrested and charged with misdemeanor charges of domestic violence, assault and aggravated menacing after a May 11 incident at a residence in the 600 block of Ivydale Drive.
The race is on for November's election for the Westerville Board of Education.
In an attempt to save money on health-care costs, the city of Westerville is considering developing a health clinic for its employees.
As Westerville residents, our lives are touched countless times each day by the services the city provides.
Entering its third year, the Blendon Township Community Garden has more than doubled in size, and the township has partnered with Otterbein University to provide free, fresh produce to residents.
A Franklin County Common Pleas Court jury ruled last week that the city of Westerville must pay $1.3 million for the 0.205 acre in front of US Bank, 833 S. State St., that it seized for its South State Street improvements.
Westerville police have released surveillance images of two men they say robbed the Red Skye Wireless AT&T store at 786 S. State St. on April 23.
For the next five years, Westerville will continue to spend the majority of its capital-improvement dollars on its roadways.
The four Westerville City Council members whose terms expire at the end of this year all will be on the ballot this fall seeking additional four-year terms.
A bench, engraved with the names of the 26 people who lost their lives at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December, now stands in the middle of a heart-shaped garden off the southern patio of Westerville's Heritage Middle School.
Organizers with the Westerville Area Chamber Music & Arts Festival have put out a call for works by young artists, ages 3 to 18, for the festival's youth art exhibit.
The Westerville City School District will continue to pay its 69 administrators' share of state retirement system contributions, provide personal vehicle allotments ranging from $50 to $400 a month, and permit a cell-phone allowance of $70 per month.
In a room of 300 sixth-graders, Walnut Springs Middle School Principal Leslie Kelly asked 60 students to stand up.
Westerville police arrested a 48-year-old Columbus man May 2 on aggravated drug charges.
Vendors line Winter Street in Uptown Westerville during the city's first 4th Friday of the year April 26.
Food trucks operating in some of the busiest areas of Columbus will become part of a seven-month pilot program aimed at establishing new rules for the mobile vendors.
Dozens of people joined the ranks of amputees April 15 when first one and then another terrorist bomb exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
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