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eastside news

CW Council “Coffees” evolve into Town Hall meetings

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Residents of Canal Winchester can still have coffee with city council members, but they will need to bring their cups to...

CW freshmen a community of learners; plus state report card

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer A student-teacher lead pilot program at Canal Winchester High School is not only easing the transition from middle school, but also...

Volunteer to help clean up Walnut Creek

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer How would you like to live in an environment contaminated by old tires, discarded equipment and trash of every size—including rusting...

madison news

Pen pals for 43 years and counting

(Posted Sept. 19, 2019) By Theresa Hennis, Staff Writer Friendship today is only an instant message, text or chat away, but what lasting friendship requires is...

Plane crashes near Madison County Airport

By Christine Bryant Staff Writer One person has died in a single plane crash that occurred just outside the Madison County Airport, state troopers say. The fatal...

Authorities investigating reported abduction and suicide in London

By Christine Bryant Staff Writer An alleged abduction earlier this week ended with the suicide of the alleged captor as police closed in. At 10:57 p.m., Sept....

southeast news

Groveport Madison graduation will be at World Harvest Church

By Rick Palsgrove Southeast Editor The next Groveport Madison High School graduation ceremony will not be held outdoors at Cruiser Stadium. Groveport Madison Schools administrative officials decided...

Groveport outlines its five year capital projects plan

By Rick Palsgrove Southeast Editor Road projects dominate the city of Groveport’s five year capital improvement plan, but there are also plans for a second water...

southwest news

Village leaders concerned about student safety

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer It is a scene that has become all too familiar: A video shows a group of students preparing to cross the...

Residence requirement dropped from Higher Education program

By Andrea Cordle Southwest Editor The Grove City Higher Education Investment Program was designed to encourage college-educated students to remain in Grove City after graduation. That...

westside news

Blueprint Columbus aims to solve sewer issues in the Hilltop

By Christine Bryant Staff Writer Hilltop residents will have the opportunity at two upcoming meetings to learn more about a program designed to solve sanitary sewer...

Wetland Restoration

By Andrea Cordle Westside Editor To protect the Big Darby Creek Watershed, Franklin Soil and Water Conservation District purchased Hellbranch Meadows in 2008. The 200-acre property...

School district seeking mentors for students

By Christine Bryant Staff Writer As a mentor, Cathy Collins has seen firsthand the impact one person can make in a student’s life. Now entering her third...