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Miss Canal Winchester Pageant is evolving

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer The Miss Canal Winchester Pageant is proceeding with a restructured event this year due to the ongoing pandemic and the news...

Obetz reviews the year 2020

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Calling 2020 a “notorious year,” Obetz Mayor Angie Kirk is looking forward to better days ahead, while looking back over a...

Labor Day Festival cancelled; Hometown Day planned

The Canal Winchester Labor Day Festival, originally scheduled for Sept. 4, 5, and 6, has been cancelled, according to event organizers and the city...

madison news

Peace Officers’ Memorial honors those who died in the line of...

(Posted May 7, 2021) Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, members of the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission, and law enforcement officers from throughout the state...

Ask a Master Gardener: The cicadas are coming!

(Posted May 7, 2021) By Lynn Glispie, Madison County Master Gardener Brace yourself for a tsunami of cicadas. After a 17-year slumber, they will emerge between...

West Jefferson’s July 4th Streetfest is set for July 2-4

(Posted May 6, 2021) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor Another festival is returning to the summer lineup after a year off due to the pandemic. West Jefferson’s...

groveport news

“Eagles for a Cause” walkathon to raise funds to benefit autistic...

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Members of the Madison Christian basketball teams will exchange hoops and the court for pavement—at least for one day—in support of...

Groveport swimming pool will open Memorial Day weekend

By Rick Palsgrove Groveport Editor The Groveport Aquatic Center swimming pool will open Memorial Day weekend. “First and foremost, it is important for us to open the...

grove city news

Summer Sizzle moves to a new Town Center location

Jump start your summer weekends Friday evenings beginning late June with open-air concerts in the Town Center. The free Summer Sizzle Concert Series, sponsored by...

westside news

City plans summer activities to keep kids safe, healthy, and busy

In early May, Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther joined community partners to announce several programs and resources for central Ohio youth to keep them safe,...