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eastside news

Gender/Groveport roads intersection signal improvements

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Motorists passing through the Groveport/Gender roads intersection will soon have a clearer view of traffic lights as the Phase IV round...

Symphony honors Canal Winchester music teacher

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Indian Trail Elementary music teacher Karla Cherwinski’s work with first and second graders was recently recognized by the Columbus Symphony as...

Learning and winning

By Rick Palsgrove Eastside Editor When the season began, Kent Long, head coach of the Canal Winchester 1 Maroon girls third and fourth grade basketball team,...

madison news

Suspect found guilty of murdering accomplice

(Posted Feb. 21, 2019) By Andrew Garrett, Staff Writer London resident Tevin Jackson, 25, was found guilty of the murder of his accomplice, 24-year-old Justin Coffey,...

Two of three vacant seats filled on Mt. Sterling council

(Posted Feb. 21, 2019) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor Mount Sterling village council filled two of three vacant council seats at a special meeting on Feb....

Madison-Plains hires interim athletic director

(Posted Feb. 21, 2019) By Michael Williamson, Staff Writer Madison-Plains Local Schools has a new interim athletic director. In a 3-1 vote on Feb. 19, the district...

southeast news

Groveport Madison looks to buy property on Noe-Bixby Road

By Rick Palsgrove Southeast Editor The Groveport Madison Board of Education is taking steps to purchase land along Noe-Bixby Road. According to Groveport Madison Treasurer John Walsh,...

Rise in crime in Edgewater Park area

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer A rise in crime during February in the Edgewater Park area of Madison Township has residents keeping a close eye on...

Groveport looks to change parking restrictions for big trucks

By Rick Palsgrove Southeast Editor Groveport City Council is considering legislation to revise restrictions on heavy trucks that park in residential areas. “We have had some problems...

southwest news

Ohio history on exhibit at Welcome Center and Museum

By Andrea Cordle Southwest Editor Throughout the year the Grove City Welcome Center and Museum will spotlight Ohio history. Through the month of March, visitors can stop...

Farmstead plan postponed

By Andrea Cordle Southwest Editor A large residential development was again postponed at the Feb. 19 Grove City Council meeting due to questions about density. Jason Wisniewski,...

Repairs and replacements in SWCS

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer The condition of the windows and entry doors at one building in the South-Western City Schools District prompted the board of...

westside news

New area commission created on the Westside

By Andrea Cordle Westside Editor Westside resident Sharon Rastatter felt like something was missing in her community – representation. Therefore, she reached out to Columbus City...

State invests millions in the Hilltop

State Rep. Adam Miller (D-Columbus) recently announced the Controlling Board approved the release of $110 million in state investments for two major projects in...

Financial aid for sewer project still available

By Amanda Ensinger Staff Writer Residents in Franklin Township still have time to reapply for financial assistance to connect to a new sewer system. “Some people’s financial...