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eastside news

Town Hall meeting addresses racism

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer An informal Canal Winchester City Council and community discussion on June 23 was dominated by a topic spreading across the state,...

Looking back at CW’s state volleyball champions

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer More than three decades ago, a lady Indians sports team from Canal Winchester High School accomplished something few teams ever do—they...

CW looks at its past 10 years since gaining city status

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Ten years ago, the village of Canal Winchester became a city when it pushed past the 5,000 resident threshold following the...

madison news

New COVID-19 data could include case zip codes

(Posted July 3, 2020) The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) and Madison County Public Health (MCPH) are committed to releasing data to inform the public...

Alzheimer’s disease: Use your voice to raise awareness

(Posted June 28, 2020) By Dedra Cordle, Staff Writer The month of June has brought a confluence of life-changing events to Tyler Summitt, making it an...

Mt. Sterling: No Fourth of July parade; new utilities office hours

(Posted June 25, 2020) By Andrew Garrett, Staff Writer At the June 22 Mount Sterling village council meeting, discussion topics included cancellations, closings and COVID-19. Residents will...

southeast news

Groveport Farmers’ Market is up and running

By Rick Palsgrove Southeast Editor The summer heat did not discourage vendors and customers from enjoying the opening day of the Groveport Farmers’ Market on June...

Shoemaker resigns from Groveport Madison board; seven seek his seat

By Rick Palsgrove Southeast Editor Seven applicants are seeking to fill the vacant seat on the Groveport Madison Board of Education. The selected applicant will take over...

Obetz Splash Pad to reopen July 1 with COVID-19 guidelines in...

By Ris Twigg Staff Writer The Obetz Splash Pad is scheduled to reopen July 1 with state and federal guidelines in place, Obetz Village Council announced...

southwest news

The Reel Deal – “Babyteeth” an offbeat story about terminally ill...

While there are no real positives to be found with the temporary closure of movie theaters, a small beacon of light has been the...

Walking farmers market back for the summer

By Andrea Cordle Southwest Editor The Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce spring farmers market was virtual. The summer event will be a more traditional walking...

westside news

Interchange improvement project on hold

By Amanda Ensinger Staff Writer A project aimed at improving the entry way to two townships is on hold. Prairie Township and Franklin Township have not...

Leaving her mark on the community

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer As the executive director of Summer Jam West, Patti Von Niessen scarcely had the time to take a moment and enjoy...