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Miss Whitehall 2016 polls are closed

ThisWeek's Miss Whitehall polls are now closed.

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Efforts grow along with hunger

Once a month, a truck filled with fresh produce arrives at Whitehall United Methodist Church.

In Round 2, city finds bid for armory demolition

Whitehall can proceed with the demolition of the former U.S. Army Reserve Center on Country Club Road after the latest bid for the job was within the allowable range of the estimated cost.
Police beat

Whitehall: Man allegedly forced ex into car, assaulted her

Whitehall police earlier this month arrested Vernon Charles Gomez, 26, of Parkcove Drive in Columbus for kidnapping, a first-degree felony, and domestic violence and assault, both first-degree misdemeanors.
The Martys

Contest honors young writers

Students from five central Ohio school districts were honored for their work in an annual high school journalism contest.

Man apparently kills himself in Beechwood playground

Whitehall police reported a Reynoldsburg man apparently committed suicide this morning, June 20, outside Beechwood Elementary School, 455 Beechwood Road.
Whitehall City Schools

Retirees' days no longer ruled by bells

Eight Whitehall school district employees with a collective 180 years of service retired this school year.

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Charity Newsies will collect applications

Charity Newsies, an organization that provides children with new school clothes, recently announced its schedule for applications to be eligible for clothing appointments.


College notes

* Malik Clayton, a Wittenberg student, was invited to attend the African American Male Institute from July 31 to Aug. 5 in Champaign, Illinois. Clayton is a sport management major and is involved in the Concerned Black Students organization and the Minority Men Striving to Succeed program at Wittenberg.


* Martin S. Gillies, a student at Bishop Hartley High School, recently was awarded a National Merit Scholarship sponsored by the University of Vermont.

Pageantry of Fourth of July requires planning

A series of five pageants scheduled June 25 will kick off Whitehall's Fourth of July celebration.
Police beat

Whitehall: Four people facing charges after dispute

Whitehall police arrested a 21-year-old woman for obstructing official business and resisting arrest at 5:45 a.m. June 8 in the first block of Fairway Boulevard.

New principal to be named by July

The Whitehall school board is expected to name a new principal for Beechwood Elementary School by the end of the month.

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