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Whitehall police on Wednesday, Feb. 10, arrested two men on felony charges of kidnapping, aggravated robbery and felonious assault in connection with a home invasion and shooting Monday, Feb. 8, at a residence in the 1000 block of Ross Road.
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The next generation of innovators showcased its brainpower and ingenuity last week during a Shark Tank Jr. competition at Rosemore Middle School.
North Hamilton Road and most of South Hamilton Road will be resurfaced this year as part an Ohio Department of Transportation paving project.
For the first time in eight years, property evaluation in the Whitehall City School District has increased, according to the district's fiscal-year tax budget for 2017.
Whitehall police and the Whitehall City School District are partnering this year in a new program, Safe Kids, Safe Schools, designed to further the lessons once taught in Safety Town Whitehall.
Whitehall police charged an 11-year-old girl with possessing a weapon in a school safety zone, a fifth-degree felony, after the girl reportedly took a .22-caliber pistol to Rosemore Middle School, 4800 Langley Ave., on Jan. 29.
John F. Kennedy was president, the Beatles were an obscure British club band, and the phrase Super Bowl Sunday had never been uttered when Nick Soulas opened the doors of Jolly Pirate Donuts at South Hamilton Road and Fairway Boulevard in 1961.
* Ares Harper of Whitehall has been named to the 2015 fall semester dean's list at Ohio Wesleyan University.
Two Whitehall-Yearling High School students performed last weekend as members of the Ohio Music Education Association All-State Choir.
The Whitehall-Yearling High School Hall of Fame added three new members to its ranks during an induction ceremony Saturday, Jan. 30, at the school, 675 S. Yearling Road.
Whitehall is expected to enter into a contract with ABM Building Solutions to audit the city's aging HVAC and other energy-related infrastructure.
The city of Whitehall's 2015 and its potentially unprecedented nine homicides are in the past, but 2016's first month is continuing the trend.
Whitehall police arrested three men Jan. 24 after they were thrown out of an East Main Street restaurant.
A 24-year-old Columbus man has been arrested in connection with Whitehall’s first homicide of 2016.