Christmas parade ushers in the season
Thieves broke into a Westerville business and stole more than $24,000 worth of tools and equipment.
Mount Carmel St. Ann's Hospital opened the doors to its new main entrance and "regional-care" concept last week.
Washington politicians face big issues as 2013 draws to a close and a new year begins, but U.S. Rep. Pat Tiberi (R-Genoa Township) said he doesn't expect quite the recent high levels of drama.
Westerville City Council on Dec. 3 unanimously approved a 2014 operating budget of $198.8 million.
Westerville leaders again are sending a message to state politicians that they oppose a bill meant to create more uniform local income tax codes in Ohio.
Westerville Caring & Sharing has changed its distribution location to 780 Brooksedge Plaza Drive.
A 106-year-old tradition continues Dec. 14, as the Charity Newsies' white-coat brigade hits the streets to raise money for school clothes for central Ohio's children.
As the state of Ohio readies for full-scale implementation of new state education standards in the 2014-2015 school year, the Westerville City School District is preparing to align the last pieces of its curriculum with the standards.
Westerville will usher in the holidays this weekend with two of its Christmas traditions.
The Rotary Club of Westerville again is working to make it easier for residents to fill the cupboards of community members in need this holiday season.
Two Westerville North High School students were charged with possessing an object indistinguishable from a firearm in a school safety zone after one of them brought a BB handgun to school Nov. 21, Westerville police reported.
The Westerville Uptown Merchants Association is encouraging residents to shop close to home for the holidays.
Westerville City Council appointed a new slate of leaders during its biennial organizational meeting Dec. 1.
The Westerville Planning Commission voted to recommend the rezoning of a 6.7-acre site to allow for a new housing development.
Westerville City Council voted down rezoning the former Knight's Inn motel property to allow for an Aldi grocery store.
For more than 25 years, members of the Westerville Senior Association brought holiday cheer to local children with simple holiday crafts and activities at the Westerville Senior Center during the annual Snowflake Castle.
The Westerville City School District failed to garner minimum bids for two properties it put on the auction block last week.
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