Thursday, April 24th, 2014

Southwest Messenger

Urbancrest plans for development

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer The village of Urbancrest could see new recreational developments in its future. At the Dec. 3 meeting, village council approved a design study that would determine the feasibility of additional shelter houses at select locations throughout the community. According to Randy Bogue, chairman of Urbancrest’s planning commi...

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Trustees OK 2014 budget

By Sandi Latimer Staff Writer Jackson Township trustees have approved the 2014 budget. The $12.6 million spending plan was approved at the Dec. 3 meeting. The fire department gets the biggest chunk for the operation of the four stations and the emergency medical service. The road department has funds for a new truck in 2014. The budget now goes to...

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Christmas Celebration brings cheer to Town Center

The Grove City community is invited to celebrate a full day of holiday spirit at the Grove City Christmas Celebration, 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 7 in the Town Center. Activities are sponsored by the city of Grove City, the Grove City Town Center Inc., the Grove City Arts Council and others. Choirs perform on stage on Park Street west of Broadway as...

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Holiday Home Tour back in Grove City

The Grove City Christmas Home Tour 2013 is scheduled from 3 to 8 p.m. Dec. 8. Tickets are 10 per person and proceeds will benefit the Grove City Food Pantry. Feature on this year’s tour are five homes, a church and Century Village. Tickets may be purchased at Sommer House Gallery, 4038 Broadway. The Grove City Welcome Center and Museum, 3378 Park S...

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Councilwoman gives thanks this holiday

Another year has flown by and the holidays are just around the corner. As every year at Thanksgiving, we pause to reflect and give thanks for all the wonderful blessings we hold dear. On Nov. 20, I celebrated 52 years since first arriving in the United States. I love this great nation that I live in. There is no country like it in the world. No cou...

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Helping Hounds

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer While in the comfort of their home base in Grove City, basset hounds Marlo, Marley and Malley appear to be regular dogs. They bark. They lick. They jump. They sometimes drool. They enjoy following their human, Melinda Capers, around the house begging for treats or attention, though it is likely both they desire and simu...

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Board OKs SWEA contract

By Andrea Cordle Southwest Editor The South-Western City Schools District Board of Education and the South-Western Education Association (SWEA) have reached a deal. At the Nov. 18 meeting, the board of education unanimously approved the new contract agreement with its largest employee union group. The education association has approximately 1,400 c...

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Pleasant Township to host Santa breakfast

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer Santa Claus is coming to town a bit earlier than expected. On Dec. 7, the magical man from the North Pole will be making a special stop at the Pleasant Township fire station for a meet-and-greet and a bite to eat. Since the Pleasant Township firefighters have been preparing for his visit for quite some time, they realiz...

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Thanksgiving Wattle back in Grove City

The 2013 Thanksgiving Wattle, a 5K Run/Walk, returns to Grove City. The 5K event, presented by Mount Carmel Health, will begin at 9 a.m. Nov. 28. The Primrose Children’s Run will begin at 8:30 a.m. The start/finish is located on Lamplighter Drive in Grove City, just south of AMC Theatres. Last year in its debut, the event attracted 1,100 participan...

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A portrayal of Loman

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer When Mark Mann reached a certain age, he created a Bucket List but he did not include popular categories such as ‘places to go’ and ‘things to see.’ Instead, what it focused on was everything that he wanted to be. He wanted to be cold, calculating and manipulative. He wanted to become so ambitious that he succumbed to p...

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