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Hamilton Schools students get vaccine; also Ranger Bridge program

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Hamilton Local Schools students age 16 and older will not have to travel far to get vaccinated against COVID-19 with the...

Views expressed regarding Winchester Boulevard development

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer The Gender Road corridor and Winchester Boulevard could get busier with the potential for another business following a request to rezone...

madison news

Stokes Township South Solon Fire Department replaces tanker

(Posted April 16, 2021) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor The Stokes Township South Solon Fire Department recently purchased a new-to-them piece of fire fighting equipment that...

Ask a Master Gardener: Spring is a great time to divide...

(Posted April 16, 2021) By Jane Kutzley, Madison County Master Gardener Question: My hostas were huge and beautiful last year. But, when they died back in...

Mount Sterling sets zoning map open house and water plant tours

(Posted April 16, 2021) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor In the coming weeks, Mount Sterling residents will have in-person opportunities to learn about village zoning and...

groveport news

More commercial development planned for southern Groveport

By Rick Palsgrove Groveport Editor The city of Groveport is prospecting for more commercial development, particularly on land in the southern part of the city. Groveport City...

Madison Township amends public comment procedures

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Madison Township residents will have two opportunities to provide public input during trustee meetings, but they will not be able to...

Groveport Madison considers social studies materials/resources update

By Rick Palsgrove Groveport Editor The Groveport Madison Board of Education is reviewing the social studies curriculum for grades K-12, but district officials said it is...

grove city news

Scout helps garden grow in Grove City

By Andrea Cordle Grove City Editor A community garden will be growing in Grove City thanks in part to a local Boy Scout. For his Eagle Scout...

Cleaning up in Jackson Township

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer The traditional cleanup event may be a thing of the past in Jackson Township. For more than a decade, the township has...

Livestock legislation halted in Urbancrest

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer Differing versions of an ordinance to prohibit farm animals and livestock from taking up residence in the village of Urbancrest has...

westside news

Making Magical Moments

By Christine Bryant Staff Writer Thinking about having a yard sale? The good news is you can get rid of some clutter while restoring hope in...

Lack of meeting minutes trouble trustees

By Amanda Ensinger Staff Writer Officials in Franklin Township are voicing their frustration with the fiscal office due to a reported lack of transparency, specifically with...

Prairie Township receives grant for One Field project

By Amanda Ensinger Staff Writer Prairie Township was awarded $1.5 million from the Ohio Capital Budget. The money will be used to create an innovative new...