More Whitehall News
Susan Starr Smith is looking forward to the day she will see her daughter again.
Charges of negligence are possible against a woman whose 4-year-old son was asphyxiated when an unbolted oven fell on top of him last week, Whitehall police said.
Whitehall police arrested a 19-year-old Columbus man for receiving stolen property and failure to comply with police, and an 18-year-old man for receiving stolen property and obstruction of official business at 4:20 a.m. Feb. 25 following a vehicle and foot pursuit, reports said.
Thirty-five artists this month will exhibit original artwork crafted from scrap material used to fabricate Lustron homes during the post-World War II housing boom in the United States.
The Whitehall City School District will undergo a major reorganization in the coming months -- one that Superintendent Brian Hamler says will put the district in a better place to serve both students and the community.
When Amiyah Ratliff celebrates her 5th birthday Wednesday, March 12, it is almost certain her mother won't be there to celebrate it.
Whitehall police reported a 6-year-old boy was injured when he was struck by a car about 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23, on South Hamilton Road, between Mound Street and Josephus Lane.
Whitehall Mayor Kim Maggard will deliver the State of the City address at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 4, in council chambers at Whitehall City Hall, 360 S. Yearling Road.
Dogged by persistent technology problems in its new buildings, the Whitehall City School District has taken an abrupt turn by hiring an outside company to deal with the issues.
Whitehall City Council members at their Feb. 18 meeting approved the rezoning for the former Swimland site at South Hamilton and Etna roads, clearing the way for the construction of apartments.
Whitehall police have identified the boy who died Feb. 27 at an Eastway Court apartment.
Whitehall police responded to a report of a fight in progress at 3:15 p.m. Feb. 20 at an apartment in the 4600 block of East Main Street.
Columbus Diaper Bank
Two central Ohio women, one of whom has never changed a diaper in her life and the other with a 7-month-old positively burning through the things, were each moved by separate media reports about how hard it is for low-income mothers to pay for diapers.
When the Whitehall City School District embarked on a construction project to replace all five of its school buildings more than five years ago, the fate of the C. Ray Williams Early Childhood Center was uncertain.
Motorists aren't the only people finding it hard to navigate Whitehall roads this winter.
Whitehall's efforts to strengthen the city's commercial base continue with the marketing of the Airport South Commerce & Tech Park.