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Warehouse zoning approved

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer A potential tug-of-war between Canal Winchester and Columbus regarding a warehouse development ended with Canal Winchester City Council’s approval of a...

CW Council blocks mayor’s picks

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Filling two appointments on Canal Winchester’s seven-member Planning and Zoning Commission will take a little longer after Canal Winchester City Council...

madison news

Ribbon-cutting for The Butcher Block

(Posted Jan. 18, 2021) By Dedra Cordle, Staff Writer Patrons say walking through the doors of The Butcher Block, London’s newest restaurant and bar, brings to...

A laptop for every Madison-Plains student in grades 7-12

(Posted Jan. 14, 2022) Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor Madison-Plains Local Schools is rolling out a 1:1 (one-to-one) initiative to put laptop computers in the hands of...

Madison-Plains: Kudos to STAR students and devoted teacher

(Posted Jan. 14, 2022) Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor In addition to talking about policy, personnel and finances, the Madison-Plains school board sets aside time at each...

groveport news

Groveport prepares for street maintenance; plus other city news

By Rick Palsgrove Groveport Editor The city of Groveport is gearing up for its annual street maintenance program. The city’s 2022 budget includes $300,000 for the program...

Groveport and Madison Township police statistics

Groveport Police statistics December crime statistics, according to the Groveport Police: 15 arrests, 21 accidents, 3 assaults, 1 burglary, 5 domestic disputes, 4 domestic violence,...

Groveport Madison Schools and its teachers agree on a two year...

By Rick Palsgrove Groveport Editor The Groveport Madison Board of Education unanimously approved a new two-year labor agreement with the Groveport Madison Local Education Association (GMLEA)...

grove city news

Learning about personal protection at the Evans Center

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer When presented with an emotionally charged situation, Jill Witteman knows how her mind and body are going to react. “I am a...

Grove City parks to get new playground equipment

By Andrea Cordle Grove City Editor Children in Grove City will have new equipment to explore at Discovery Frontier, the playground at Fryer Park. According to Kim...

District may modify plans for infrastructure improvements

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer South-Western City School officials say the district must look at modifying planned infrastructure improvements due to the rising cost of materials...

westside news

Becoming Briggsy

By Andrea Cordle Westside Editor The students and staff at Briggs High School will have “somebunny” to help them deal with stress. Briggsy, a 2 or 3-year-old...

Resident asks for township’s help with a banner project

By Amanda Ensinger Staff Writer Franklin Township resident Angela Gray said she has been trying for months to get banners hung on the roadway light poles...

Employee pay raises approved in Prairie Township

By Amanda Ensinger Staff Writer Employees at a local township will see an increase in pay this year. At a recent Prairie Township meeting, the board...