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Obetz development news

By Katelyn Sattler Staff Writer Obetz City Council approved more legislation regarding the Buckstone development at its May 23 meeting. The Buckstone development is on the former...

Ranger alumni give back

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Born out of an effort over a decade ago to help compensate for dwindling library funding, members of Hamilton Township High...

madison news

Madison-Plains explores emotional support resources for students and staff

(Posted May 25, 2022) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor Madison-Plains school district officials are pursuing new ways to help students and staff who are struggling emotionally. According...

Opening on London school board

(Posted May 25, 2022) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor London City Schools is looking to fill a vacancy on its board of education. Jonathan Stahl announced his...

City goes back to drawing board on levy options

(Posted May 25, 2022) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor London city leaders are going back to the drawing board to determine what direction to go following...

groveport news

Groveport plans to restrict personal fireworks use in response to new...

By Rick Palsgrove Groveport Editor Get ready for a bigger bang in the neighborhoods this Fourth of July. According to Groveport Police Chief Casey Adams, a new...

Tea and Symphony

By Rick Palsgrove Groveport Editor Tasty tea and beautiful music go well together. Approximately 50 people enjoyed both by attending the “Afternoon Tea Tasting with the Columbus Symphony...

grove city news

Village leaders want recovery services in the community

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer An effort is underway to make addiction recovery services and mental health programs more accessible to residents of the village of...

Getting the band back together

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer Bryan Corbett can barely contain his excitement. For months, the long-time resident of Grove City has had the days of May 26...

westside news

STEM grant helps to keep the garden growing

Highland Youth Garden (HYG) will be awarded $75,000 to build science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills in Hilltop students through out-of-classroom learning. This will...

City approves funding that aims to keep parks safe

Mayor Andrew J. Ginther sent legislation to Columbus City Council to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Fraternal Order of Police...