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eastside news

CW council members invite citizens to a “Community Coffee”

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Canal Winchester City Council members are inviting the community to share their ideas, concerns and comments in a new, informal format...

New COTA service at CW Park and Ride

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer The Central Ohio Transit Authority is offering daily Express and Standard service from their newest site in Canal Winchester. “COTA began service...

CW awards bed tax grants

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer A baker’s dozen of applications for 2019 bed tax grants from the city of Canal Winchester received thumbs up from city...

madison news

Hospital holding grand opening today

(Posted Jan. 18, 2019) By Jeff Pfeil, Staff Photographer This afternoon, Madison Health is holding a grand opening to reveal its new, 26,000 square-foot expansion and...

2019 Madison County Fair: Nashville acts, rodeo, dinosaurs

(Posted Jan. 17, 2019) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor At least two Nashville acts with songs in the Top 10 on the country music charts will...

Council member walks out of meeting

(Posted Jan. 17, 2019) By Amanda Ensinger, Staff Writer Tempers flared at the Jan. 14 Mount Sterling village council meeting, resulting in one council member walking...

southeast news

Groveport Madison to place levy/bond issue on May ballot

By Rick Palsgrove Southeast Editor The Groveport Madison Board of Education plans to place a combined operating levy and bond issue on the May 7 ballot. The...

southwest news

Urbancrest appoints code enforcement officer

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer Randall Bogue will continue to serve as code enforcement officer for the village of Urbancrest. At the Jan. 8 regular meeting, village...

Village prepares for disaster

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer The village of Urbancrest is taking preliminary steps to establish an emergency preparedness plan. At its regular meeting last month, council discussed...

westside news

City to host community meetings on bond package

The city of Columbus is asking voters to approve a $1.03 billion voted bond package to finance capital improvements in neighborhoods across the city....

Commissioners reject Georgesville Road development plan

By Josh Jordan Staff Writer A new Thornton’s will not be coming to the Hilltop if the Greater Hilltop Area Commission can help it. The proposed development...