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eastside news

Gender Road intersection improvements

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Canal Winchester is pursuing financing for the next phase in tweaking the Gender Road commercial corridor by renovating the intersection at...

Canal Winchester celebrates 99 years of Labor Day activities

The 99th annual Canal Winchester Labor Day Festival, presented by Diley Ridge Medical Center, will fill the streets of historic downtown Canal Winchester over...

CW Schools watching out for student health

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Student health was on the minds of the Canal Winchester Board of Education during its Aug. 19 meeting with a presentation...

madison news

Homecoming in Lilly Chapel

(Posted Aug. 20, 2019) By Jeff Pfeil, Staff Photographer Trinity United Methodist Church in Lilly Chapel hosted its annual Homecoming celebration on Aug. 17. The event...

Trash cans coming soon to London

(Posted Aug. 19, 2019) By Andrew Garrett, Staff Writer London residents don’t have long to wait before they receive their new trash cans. On Aug. 15, city...

Tail-wagging good time

(Posted Aug. 19, 2019) By Dedra Cordle, staff writer/photographer Prairie Oaks Metro Park has gone to the dogs. On Aug. 17, several hundred canines descended upon...

southeast news

GM school board considering possible cuts in case levy fails

By Rick Palsgrove Southeast Editor Groveport Madison Schools officials are pondering what cuts might have to be made if the upcoming operating levy were to fail. On...

Hendren Cemetery to be opened for visits on Sept. 7

By Rick Palsgrove Southeast Editor We can only imagine what it was like the day in 1801 when loved ones held the funeral and burial of...

Madison Township considers motor vehicle license tax

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Later this year, Madison Township could enact its right to a $5 permissive motor vehicle license tax following recent discussion and...

southwest news

Village to use speed capturing sign to collect data

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer The village of Urbancrest has a new tool which residents hope will put an end to excessive speeding in the community. At...

Local candidates run for office

According to the Franklin County Board of Elections, the following candidates filed to run for local offices in the General Election. Here is the...

westside news

Township uses funds from speeding tickets for student scholarships

By Amanda Ensinger Staff Writer Several Westside students received a little help from a local township as they continue their education. At a recent Franklin Township...

Local candidates on the ballot

According to the Franklin County Board of Elections, the following candidates filed to run for local offices in the General Election. Here is the...

Resource website launched on the Hilltop

By Josephine Birdsell Staff Writer Franklinton Urban Empowerment Lab, a non-profit focused on community development, launched a new website to share information on resources in the...