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The Whitehall tradition gives kids a chance to show off their Halloween costumes in the daytime.
Students allegedly assaulted
The Whitehall City School District will seek to terminate the employment of a district bus driver criminally charged with assaulting two students Oct. 14 if his resignation is not received prior to the Nov. 13 board meeting.
A split Whitehall City Council narrowly approved salary increases at their Oct. 21 meeting for members of the administration and City Council, effective Jan. 1, 2016.
Freshmen at Whitehall-Yearling High School will join others across the state as the first class to embrace Ohio's new graduation requirements.
Franklin County Children Services is seeking a 10-year, 1.9-mill renewal levy -- Issue 4 -- on the general election ballot Tuesday, Nov. 4.
Local health officials want to assure the public they are prepared if an Ebola outbreak occurs in central Ohio.
Great American Milk Drive
Milk is the one thing families who turn to food banks most want and the one thing they are least likely to get.
Whitehall police arrested three people Oct. 17, all for felonious assault, in connection with a stabbing at an apartment in the 4300 block of East Broad Street.
The city of Whitehall and Reynoldsburg-based Wallick Communities have struck a tentative deal that would result in the transformation of the Ramada Inn, 4801 E. Broad St., into an assisted-living community for senior citizens.
Beechwood Elementary School recently recognized its September Students of the Month. The students were recognized by their teachers for being outstanding role models, demonstrating strong character and exhibiting excellent classroom work habits.
Whitehall police announced Wednesday, Oct. 22, a Whitehall City School District bus driver has been charged after allegedly assaulting two students.
Whitehall City Council members acted at their meeting Tuesday, Oct. 21, meeting to approve salary increases, effective Jan. 1, 2016, for the mayor, auditor, treasurer, city attorney, council president and ward representatives of City Council.
Around 95 volunteers were dispatched to pick up trash around the city.
Members of a task force charged with devising an alternative slate of activities for the city's Fourth of July celebration expect to present their findings at the next meeting of Whitehall City Council committees, set Tuesday, Oct. 28.
The Whitehall Community Celebration Association is sponsoring something old and something new for Halloween.
It's been five years since kindergartners have participated in Safety Town in Whitehall -- and that gap has caught the eye of some city leaders, including Whitehall Councilman Larry Morrison.