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Sale harks back to city's roots

Spare parts for prefabricated Lustron homes and fiberglass Herman Miller-Eames shell chairs are just a few of the eclectic and hard-to-find items that will be up for sale at the Eastside Vintage Antique Marketplace, set Saturday, April 30, at Whitehall Community Park.
New Kroger store?

Whitehall clears path, waits for decision

Customers at a Kroger store that's been proposed for the Town and Country Shopping Center may be able to shop from behind the wheel.

Boy's friendship sweet bonus for local hero

Every Thursday afternoon, with rare exception, Whitehall Sgt. John Grebb sets aside five minutes of his day to meet with a 4-year-old boy from Groveport.
Police beat

Whitehall: Man stabbed in fight; suspects flee scene

Whitehall police reported a 36-year-old man was stabbed at 2:20 a.m. April 16 outside his residence in the 4200 block of Medway Avenue.

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Military notes

U.S. Air Force Airman First Class John W. Whinnery, son of Daniel Whinnery of Whitehall and Erin O'Donnell of Gahanna, graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio.

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College notes

* Whitehall students who received scholarships through the Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges' Ohio Scholars program include Ifa Abduljelil, Jerica Johnson-Cole, Elizabeth Weber, Chelsie Hornsburger, Dawana Martin and Felicia Thalasin.

High bids stymie city again, this time for demo job

Whitehall will be required to rebid the demolition of the former U.S. Army Reserve Center on Country Club Road because the cost exceeds the estimate by greater than the allowable amount.

Bank: City's offer too good to turn down

Scott McComb, president and CEO of Heartland Bank, says Whitehall wasn't even in the picture when officials invited him to think of the city as a potential home for its new headquarters.
Police beat

Whitehall: Massage therapist charged with rape after accusations

Whitehall police continue to investigate a report of alleged sexual contact by a licensed massage therapist at an East Main Street suite.

Marketing suits Whitehall students to a T

A recent study showed more and more central Ohioans are eschewing brick-and-mortar stores to shop online -- but a team of marketing students at Whitehall-Yearling High School is using tactics from both camps.

Council OKs purchase of apartments

Whitehall City Council has approved the city's purchase of the Commons at Royal Landings, but a closing date has not been determined.

Scholarships in reach for seniors

Briauna Portis-McClendon and Mashoud Kaba, seniors at Eastmoor High School, recently were named finalists in the 2016 Gates Millennium Scholars program.

College notes

Jonette McQueen and Kayla Persinger were named to the Tiffin University dean's list for the fall 2015 semester.

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