The Beat interviews members of Groveport-area high school rock outfit A F(r)iend in Me, winners of the Instaband Battle of the Bands sponsored by Groove U.
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Local officials are giving their support to Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base's efforts to be chosen as the home of a new fleet of air refueling tankers.
Another business is looking to build in Groveport, potentially bringing 15 new jobs with it.
Treasurer Anthony Swartz told the Groveport Madison Board of Education last week that the current year-end budget shows the district should end the year with a positive cash balance of $42,000.
Now that Groveport has grown enough to surpass village status, officials think it's time to update the city flag.
A little known film about people and places in and around Groveport and Canal Winchester is getting a much broader audience, thanks to Patty (Meade) Kallies, Destination: Canal Winchester and the Internet.
Dean C. Ringle, P.E., P.S., Franklin County Engineer, has announced the closure of Lithopolis Winchester Road Bridge, spanning Little Walnut Creek, for work expected to conclude in mid-October, weather permitting.
Fear momentarily came over Jocselyn Powell of the Canal Winchester High School girls track and field team when a lingering ankle injury suddenly flared up minutes before the 100-meter hurdles final in the Division I state meet.
When senior Eddie Wilson pulled his right hamstring running the first leg of the 800-meter relay during the preliminaries of the Division I regional meet, the Groveport Madison High School boys track and field team's hopes of being represented at state essentially ended.
Taylor Smith was advised by her doctor to stop competing in the high jump for the Canal Winchester High School girls track and field team after dislocating her left kneecap shortly before the start of the season.
The Groveport Madison High School softball team wasn't able to find a way to beat Grove City this season.
Canal Winchester High School softball coach Randy Hinton doesn't think his team reached its potential this season.
The Groveport Madison High School softball team advanced to a Division I district semifinal for the fifth consecutive year.
Finally! It was spring 2012 when it was announced that One Direction would be touring the U.S. this year, including a June 18 stop at Nationwide Arena. Of course, that also means you have either had tickets (or not) for nearly that long. Maybe some brokers still have them available. Have you been saving your money? Meantime, here’s a full 10 other Fab shows.
Cabela’s in Polaris offers more than 35 flavors daily.
Guitar was the first instrument the electronic artist Lights learned to play, so it's not that far-fetched that she'd make acoustic music, or arrange acoustic versions of her electro-pop tunes. In fact, many of her songs start out that way before getting the fully produced treatment that ends up on her records.
The single-vineyard wine is an immense bargain, Wine Wisdom columnist Roger Gentile says.
'Wicked' closes it's run next weekend. Watch The Beat's interview with Kim Zimmer, a.k.a. Reva on Guiding Light.
TwoA new summer concert series will kick off at 5 p.m. Friday, June 7, at Creekside. The Gahanna Parks and Recreation Foundation is presenting "Creekside Live at Five," with popular regional bands in the Midwest, for a festive, happy-hour environment. Caterers has begun construction on the former Hoster Brewing Co. building with the hopes of opening in mid-August.
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