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south and canal winchester news

Balancing life on the gridiron with life as a medical professional

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Heidelberg University football lineman Wally Kalinowski knows what it is like to deliver pain, but as a registered nurse, he also...

Obetz Council and Planning and Zoning news

By Katelyn Sattler Staff Writer The city of Obetz is getting ready for Halloween! On Oct. 28 at Fortress Obetz, 2015 Recreation Trail, candy will be passed...

CW Schools to add Madison Township Police SRO to increase security

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Canal Winchester Schools has entered into an agreement with the Madison Township Police Department to provide a school resource officer for...

groveport news

Blacklick Haunted Park returns

By Rick Palsgrove Groveport Editor Groveport’s Blacklick Haunted Park returns for its fifth year with a host of ghouls, monsters, and other assorted things that go...

Groveport Council approves more money for new Main Street buildings

By Rick Palsgrove Groveport Editor Groveport City Council approved an additional $1 million for constructing, furnishing, equipping, and improving the new Wert’s Grove and Rarey’s Port...

Groveport Madison’s State Report Card results

The Ohio Department of Education released its newest version of the State Report Card, which moves to a five-star rating system to represent student...

madison news

London homecoming court

(Posted Sept. 29, 2022) London High School’s homecoming court includes: (front row, from left) Alivia Stonerock, Elli Best; (back row) Olivia Davitt, Kyleigh Wilson and...

Madison-Plains homecoming court

(Posted Sept. 29, 2022) Photo courtesy of Kayle Mast Photography Madison-Plains High School’s homecoming court includes: (front row, from left) junior attendant Kyla McCoy and sophomore...

Jonathan Alder’s homecoming court

(Posted Sept. 29, 2022) Jonathan Alder High School’s homecoming court includes: (from left) junior Gregory Kennedy, junior attendant Carmela Dixon, freshman Isaiah Mullet, freshman attendant Audrey...

grove city news

City council votes against a pay increase

By Andrea Cordle Grove City Editor Grove City Council members will not receive an increase in salary. At the Sept. 19 meeting, the majority of council voted...

Increase in truck traffic causing concern for Hibbs Road residents

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer Hibbs Road residents say a collective groan could be heard emanating throughout the neighborhood when the state department of transportation announced...

westside news

614 Beautiful grant will shine a new light on the Hilltop

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer When Kayla Davis and Malik Moore walk through their neighborhood on the Hilltop, they see so much potential despite the abundance...

Prairie Township adopts property maintenance code

By Andrea Cordle Westside Editor According to Prairie Township Administrator James Jewell, officials have been discussing the idea of a property maintenance code for several years. “It...