It has come to my attention that the book, Speak, is approved reading for our ninth-graders in the Northridge school district.
This letter is in response to the ThisWeek Licking County News article on March 2, "City: Basketball hoops should not be in rights of way."
In a recent article from Feb. 16 ("Fogt's House campaign draws complaint," ThisWeek Marysville News), state Rep. Dorothy Pelanda, in response to a statement by Dan Fogt that Marysville would lose $400,000 per year if Substitute House Bill 5 was voted into law, was quoted as saying ...
With great enthusiasm I read the Feb. 20 article in ThisWeek Olentangy Valley News, "Planned apartment complex is 'right thing' for Powell."
This is in response to the recent article about the railroad tracks in Powell, in which Powell Police Chief Gary Vest commented on changes he believes necessary due to the danger of drivers being killed.
It boggles the mind that Powell City Council is spending so much time and, ultimately, money to keep drivers from stopping on the railroad tracks on Powell Road.
On the evening of Feb. 26, three communities gathered before the Westerville Planning Commission to try to defend their properties against an overwhelming house and apartment development on the property that was once the Perkins farm along Route 3.
Grove City, Jackson Township
I read in The Columbus Dispatch the story, A mess of sewage, on Feb. 22, and it reminded me of a similar story printed locally about 10 years ago.
The recent fourth Annual Chili Cook-off to support the Friends of the Library was successful once again.
For its second year, the UA Stage event was a rousing success offered by the UA Civic Association on Feb 19.
I would like to thank our wonderful Worthington community for making such wonderful and generous donations to our Colonial Hills Elementary School Pastapalooza fundraiser.
I read with interest Ed Lentz's column (Statue Honors Notable Ohioans, ThisWeek Upper Arlington News, Feb. 27), concerning the history and story behind the "These Are My Jewels" statue on the Statehouse lawn.
We would like to thank the following individuals and businesses for their invaluable assistance in making the 2013 Reynoldsburg Toys for Kids program a wonderful success.
I was in need of help at our local UDF store at Main and Rosehill Road on Friday, Feb. 14.