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    The Miss Whitehall Pageant got the city's 2015 celebration of the Fourth of July going Saturday, June 27, with 14-year-old Kaielynn Miller being crowned Miss Whitehall 2015. Above: 2014 Miss Whitehall Nicole Barber (left) crowns Miller with the help from Michelle Conison of the Whitehall Community Celebration Association.

    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.
    Manager Shirley Freeman poses for a portrait last Thursday, June 18, at the Whitehall branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library. Freeman will serve as grand marshal of this year's July Fourth parade.

    Marshal's no stranger to parades

    Participation in Whitehall's Fourth of July parade is nothing new for Shirley Freeman, manager of the Whitehall branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library.
    Whitehall City Council members (from left) Karen Conison, Robert Bailey, Van Gregg, Jim Graham, Wes Kantor and Leslie LaCorte pose for a portrait June 2 at Whitehall-Yearling High School. All six have deep connections to Whitehall that reach back to their childhoods.

    Putting 'local' in 'local government'

    Local governments in almost every city strive to work collectively in the city's best interest, but few are as personally invested as Whitehall's, where six of the eight elected City Council members graduated from or attended Whitehall-Yearling High School.
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