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A bridge to the past

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer When horsepower truly meant four legs and a tail, and covered bridges dotted the landscape, Canal Winchester farmers, residents and businesses...

Community Coffees stir debate

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Canal Winchester Community Coffees, started with the intent to be an informal forum for residents to gather together, share their concerns...

madison news

Pushing it to the finish in Plain City

(Posted June 24, 2019) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor The 13th Annual Plain City 4-Mile Run/Walk took place the morning of June 22 at Plain City...

Kristine Blind returns to London City Schools as treasurer

(Posted June 24, 2019) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor Kristine Blind is returning to London City Schools as treasurer. Blind served as the district’s treasurer from 2011...

Hospital opening Wound Care Center on June 27

(Posted June 20, 2019) The Wound Care Center at Madison Health will open June 27 to offer advanced wound care for people living with chronic,...

southeast news

Groveport to hold big Fourth of July celebration

By Rick Palsgrove Southeast Editor Groveport’s annual Fourth of July celebration is one of the city’s biggest events of the year with its traditional parade, fireworks,...

Madison Township seeking a new fire chief

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer The Madison Township Fire Department will soon have a new fire chief. Interim Fire Chief Jeff Fasone recently told the Madison Township...

Warehouses approved for South Hamilton Road site

By Rick Palsgrove Southeast Editor Groveport City Council approved a developer’s plan to build two warehouses along South Hamilton Road. Council’s vote was unanimous, except for Councilman...

southwest news

Downpours make a mess in the township

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer On June 19, nearly four and a half inches of rain fell within an hour in the city of Grove City....

Techie Camp

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer Like many children his age, Preston Miller loves computer and video games. He said he has learned many skills while playing...

westside news

Former driving range could become housing complex

By Sandi Latimer Staff Writer What used to be a driving range and miniature golf course at West Broad Street and Doherty Road could be turned...

Franklin Township hires administrator

By Amanda Ensinger Staff Writer Franklin Township has hired a township administrator, despite hesitation from a trustee. At a recent meeting, the board approved a memorandum...

The bean dinner – one of the oldest and largest festivals

By Christine Bryant Staff Writer A favorite event among Westside residents is just around the corner. This year’s Historic Hilltop Bean Dinner Festival will take place from...