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Council OKs cycle shop for repair work

Whitehall City Council members at their July 21 meeting granted a special permit to allow Buckeye Motor Sports, 4106 E. Main St., to perform installation and repair services at the location.

Needle-exchange among potential options to battle heroin epidemic

Columbus Public Health is considering many options to battle heroin abuse, including a needle-exchange program for intravenous drug-users.

Two charged after July 22 shooting

Whitehall police said they arrested two men, both from Columbus, in connection with a non-fatal shooting early July 22 in the first block of Fairway Boulevard.

Band camp in Bellefontaine hones marchers' skills

About 65 to 70 Whitehall-Yearling High School marchers will attend band camp Aug. 3-7 at Camp Wilson in Bellefontaine.
Police beat

Whitehall: Boy accidentally shoots himself at city park

Whitehall police reported a 17-year-old Columbus boy apparently shot himself by accident July 18 at Robinwood Park.

Queen for a day: Drag show celebrates performer's birthday

Expect scads of hilarity punctuated by the uproariously ridiculous at "Nina West's Birthday Bash" at the Backstage Bistro.
National Night Out

Crime-prevention message will go door-to-door Aug. 2, 4

For the first time in recent memory, National Night Out will be celebrated in German Village.

Making marks

* The Whitehall/Bexley Rotary Club on May 29 awarded eight $1,500 scholarships to seven East Side graduating high school seniors and a Capital University student at the club's regular luncheon meeting at the Columbus Country Club.

College notes

Whitehall area residents who received degrees at Ohio State University's 2015 spring commencement are:

Ram Days set Aug. 4-5

Rosemore Ram Days for sixth-graders will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 4, and for seventh- and eighth-graders at the same time Wednesday, Aug. 5, at Rosemore Middle School.

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Blue Line Country

Band found sound working for city

Starship may have built a city on rock 'n' roll, but the members of Blue Line Country help keep the city of Whitehall running.
Summertime program

District, YMCA team up to feed, teach students

Summertime means no classes for most students, but the need for nutrition is a constant.
Police beat

Whitehall: Man says he was shot while emptying bladder

Whitehall police reported a Columbus man was shot in the leg at 2:45 a.m. July 11 in the 500 block of South Hamilton Road.

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