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eastside news

Recycling program created by CW students is up and running

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Recycling has returned to Canal Winchester thanks to the efforts of three high school students passionate about helping their community divert...

Quilters make beautiful quilts for veterans

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Canal Winchester quilters are honoring local veterans in a cozy way with handmade quilts. With sewing machines humming in the background, Quilters...

madison news

Madison-Plains suspends pay-to-participate fees for next year

(Posted May 20, 2019) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor Madison-Plains Local Schools students will not have to pay to participate in sports and band next school...

Some London residents concerned about proposed changes to trash pickup

(Posted May 20, 2019) By Andrew Garrett, Staff Writer A small but vocal contingent of mostly senior citizens addressed London city council on May 16 about...

City of London dedicates new sand volleyball court

(Posted May 20, 2019) By Theresa Hennis, Staff Writer Mary Louise (Meezee) Alcott, a former city auditor for London, loved her family and the city. Generous...

southeast news

Memorial Day in Groveport, 1946

By Rick Palsgrove Southeast Editor The town of Groveport has always honored and embraced Memorial Day dating all the way back to the day’s origins in...

Remembering the fallen: area Memorial Day ceremonies

Memorial Day is a time of remembrance for our fallen veterans. The veterans of Robert Dutro Post 486, American Legion, Groveport, have announced the following...

Township roads in need of repair

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer The Madison Township trustees are seeking answers to dwindling resources and deteriorating roadways. “If anybody drives on township roads, they know we...

southwest news

Forecast looks clear in South-Western

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer The financial outlook for the South-Western City Schools District continues to be steady. At the May 13 board of education meeting, Treasurer...

Businesses see benefit to micro-transit program

By Andrea Cordle Southwest Editor Amy Schakat, coordinator of career-technical education for the South-Western City Schools District, said employers are looking for skilled workers and the...

westside news

City proposes a mixed-use plan for the the Hilltop

By Josh Jordan Staff Writer The May 14 Greater Hilltop Area Commission meeting was filled with visitors and presenters from the city of Columbus. Alex Sauersmith, senior...

Making a pitch

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer The four high school teams vying to take top honors in the business concept competition known as Pitch Night were prepared...