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Filling council vacancy
With 12 applicants for the open Westerville City Council seat vacated by Jenifer French, chairman Craig Treneff has had to make a contingency plan for what could be a lengthy process of appointing a new council member.
The ninth annual Celebrate the Arts Writing Contest is now accepting entries.
At their monthly meeting Feb. 4, members of Westerville's American Legion Post 171 and Auxiliary will recognize the top-performing students on this year's Americanism and Government Test, sponsored each year by the Legion and the Westerville City School District.
Ikea, an international symbol of good taste for those seeking affordable home goods, has announced it will take over 33 acres of the former Germain Amphitheater site adjacent to the Polaris Centers of Commerce in north Columbus.
The Rotary Club of Westerville recognized January students of the month Jan. 15.
The Westerville community, including the city, schools, citizens, businesses, service clubs and others, this weekend will host its sixth-annual Jukebox Revue, a concert to benefit Honor Flight Columbus.
The Westerville Senior Center, 310 W. Main St., is sponsored by the Westerville Parks and Recreation Department for people age 55 and older. The center is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. The phone number is 614-901-6560.
The Westerville South High School Theatre Department, headed up by Matt Wolfe, will perform A Midsummer Night's Dream at 7 p.m. Feb. 6 and 7, and at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 8.
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.
Westerville South High School honor roll.
When Tony Cabilovski took the paper off the windows of Uptown Deli and Brew Dec. 31, he anticipated a very soft opening that catered to family, friends and guests.
Hanawalt Road site
Westerville City Council approved a preliminary plan and rezoning Jan. 20 of a 73-acre tract on Hanawalt Road commonly known as the Bingham property.
Classes were canceled again Monday, Jan. 26. And that made three days this winter that Westerville schools closed due to inclement weather.
A 24-year-old Gahanna woman called Westerville police Jan. 24 to report someone had created a Facebook page using her name and photos.
Local governments are no strangers to red tape. Laws governing how and why municipalities can begin work on their projects are wide-ranging and often complicated.
Generations Performing Arts Center is hoping to expand again in Uptown Westerville by adding another facility at 33 E. Park St.
Westerville small business owners have a gift card problem.
Tracy Davidson said she is humbled to serve as president of the Westerville Board of Education.
Third-Grade Reading Guarantee
Nearly the same number of Westerville third-graders met the state's "guarantee" of their reading skills on their first shot this fall as in the year prior.