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eastside news

“Mischief” memories

By Linda Dillman, Staff Writer I love the way something as simple as a song, smell, or photograph can rekindle a memory and make it...

Walker elected CW Council president

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer After more than a month of deliberations and consultations, Canal Winchester City Council finally has a president. Councilman Mike Walker was elected...

Keeping a watchful eye

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Citizens with a little free time in their schedule are turning those leisure hours into more boots on the ground for...

madison news

Local health officials share information about coronavirus

(Posted Feb. 28, 2020) Madison County Public Health and Madison Health have been working together since the beginning of the year on coronavirus (COVID19) preparation....

Rocky and Sunshine looking for forever homes

(Posted Feb. 28, 2020) The following pets are up for adoption at the Humane Society of Madison County, 2020 Plain City Georgesville Rd., West Jefferson....

South Charleston Heritage Commission will reprise Edwards program

(Posted Feb. 27, 2020) Due to many requests, the South Charleston Heritage Commission is repeating its presentation of “Edward Edwards: His Life and His Life’s...

southeast news

Obetz addresses tax filing; update on Alum Creek Drive/Bixby Rd.

By Ris Twigg Staff Writer Obetz Village Council approved an emergency ordinance amendment to clarify the village’s tax filing position for the 2019 tax year during...

Bareis left a lasting legacy

By Rick Palsgrove, Southeast Editor I come to sing the praises of local historian George Bareis. Bareis was born in 1852 and was a resident, businessman, historian...

southwest news

New cardiac arrest protocol could help save lives in Pleasant Township

By Hannah Poling Staff Writer The Pleasant Township Fire Department will use new cardiac arrest protocols that could help to save lives. Firefighters attended the Feb. 25...

City and FOP reach agreement

By Andrea Cordle Southwest Editor Earlier this month, Brian Toth, the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) liaison for Grove City, addressed Grove City council with concerns...

Township to purchase a new engine

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer The Jackson Township Fire Department is set to receive new equipment. At the Feb. 18 meeting, the board of trustees approved the...

westside news

Prairie to offer more classes for senior citizens

By Amanda Ensinger Staff Writer As more senior citizens are staying more active than ever before, a local township is looking for ways to encourage residents...

Trustees address questions regarding Issue 14

By Amanda Ensinger Staff Writer Residents in a local township wanted more information related to a levy. At a recent Franklin Township meeting, residents questioned the trustees...

MORPC urges public participation on transportation plan

By Hannah Poling Staff Writer Regional transportation priorities were discussed at the Westland Area Commission meeting held on Feb. 19. Bevan Schneck, senior public affairs coordinator, for...