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Whitehall police Oct. 14 seized more than $200,000 in cash, about 100 grams of heroin, a cache of firearms and drug-manufacturing and packaging materials at a residence on the east side of the city.
Family Fall Festival, 3 to 7 p.m. Oct. 22 at Eastview United Methodist Church, 1045 Ross Road, Columbus. The event will include food, games, trunk-or-treat, a bounce house and music. Admission is free. For more information, visit eastviewumc.com.
* Whitehall-area students who recently graduated from Ohio State University include Wendy Gittens, Jaleel Grant, LeLana Harris, Erwin Letellier, Semaj Seward and Timothy Turner.
Whitehall and the YMCA of Central Ohio are teaming up to determine residents' programming preferences for the city's recreation and parks department.
Whitehall police arrested a 41-year-old Columbus man for reckless operation of a motor vehicle, OVI and possession an open container of alcohol at 1:30 a.m. Oct. 10.
Whitehall's fireworks show is on the move.
Faculty, staff and students at Beechwood Elementary School are coping with the loss of an educator who dedicated her career to Whitehall schools.
Financial pressure on Whitehall students
Every school district strives to educate students in the classroom, but efforts also must be made outside school walls to achieve the best results.
Whitehall Shred Day, 2 to 4 p.m. Oct. 14 at Whitehall City Hall, south parking lot, 360 S. Yearling Road. Residents may bring papers in paper bags (that can be shredded) or bags or boxes that can emptied into the shred-on-site bins.
After several years of July Fourth events marred by unrest, big changes are brewing for Whitehall's fireworks show in 2017.
Whitehall Parks and Recreation Director Steve Carr has parted ways with the city a little sooner than expected after the city's parks and recreation commission opted to place him on paid administrative leave Oct. 4.
Whitehall police arrested Keith Howard Brock, 49, of East Broad Street in Whitehall for robbery, a second-degree felony, and abduction, a third-degree felony, at 8:35 p.m. Oct. 5 in connection with an incident that allegedly occurred the previous day.