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Rosemore club's love of animals inspires action

Although Rosemore Middle School might be centered in an urban school district with no Metro Parks nearby -- and definitely no evidence of sub-Saharan wildlife -- a small group of students has adopted six baby elephants and two baby rhinoceroses.

Calm prevails during Fourth fest, despite a few arrests

Although the number of arrests actually increased by one over last year, Whitehall police said this year's July Fourth festival was a victory for the city's safety forces.

Cities' SWAT teams may make partnership official

Whitehall and Reynoldsburg police are working to formalize their current practice in which both departments' SWAT teams work together.
Police beat

Whitehall: Columbus officer fires on dog, hits girl instead

A 4-year-old Whitehall girl sustained non-life-threatening injuries after being hit by an errant bullet from a Columbus police officer's gun last month.

City: Trouble won't be tolerated at July Fourth events this year

Whitehall is one of the few suburbs in central Ohio with a fireworks display scheduled Friday, July 3.

Rosemore club’s love of animals inspires action

Although Rosemore Middle School might be centered in an urban school district with no Metro Parks nearby – and definitely no evidence of sub-Saharan wildlife – a small group of students has adopted six baby elephants and two baby rhinoceroses.

Grant to help build ‘beautiful entry’ for Country Club Village

The city of Whitehall, with the assistance of a nearly $5,000 grant through United Way and the Columbus Foundation, will construct a landscaped entrance for Country Club Village, according to Gail Martineau, community affairs coordinator for the city.

Officer’s stray bullet strikes child, but 4-year-old not seriously injured

A 4-year-old Whitehall girl sustained non-life-threatening injuries when a Columbus police officer fired at a dog who accosted him at a Chandler Drive residence June 19.
'Bridge Academy'

Summer class preps students for high school

High school is a time for students to learn about themselves and the environment around them. For the incoming freshmen of Whitehall Yearling High School, the summer Eighth-Grade Bridge Academy serves as an opportunity to learn about the next step in their education.
Police beat

Whitehall: Parking lot robbery leads to arrest of 2 suspects

Whitehall police reported a robbery outside the Whitehall Carry Out, 4227 E. Main St., at 5:20 p.m. June 19.

Zoo board supports levy request

The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium looks to be headed back to the ballot.
Lettuce Work

Nonprofit business sprouting future for those with autism

Like other parents of autistic teenagers, Esther Brody began to wonder about her son's future.
Red, White & Boom

'The Voice' crooner ready to 'go on stage and have fun'

Chris Jamison has been caught in a whirlwind since finishing third on the television show The Voice in December.

Military notes

U.S. Army Pvt. Samantha R. Trout has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.

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