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eastside news

CW eyes land for commercial development

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Canal Winchester is looking to increase commercial development in the city on land on the western edge of town. During a Nov. 5...

CW artist carves out a niche

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer The Canal Winchester home of Theresa Atkins is filled with creativity - from the handmade wind chimes and fountain adorning her backyard...

madison news

London advances to regional championship

(Posted Nov. 15, 2018) London traveled to neutral site Miami Trace on Nov. 10 and defeated second seeded Clinton-Massie 28-7 in the Division IV Regional...

Time capsule: Not to be opened until 2043

(Posted Nov. 15, 2018) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor It took five men to slide the 1,400-pound capstone over the vault containing Plain City’s bicentennial time...

Strong agency relationships help combat drug crime

(Posted Nov. 15, 2018) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor The Madison County Prosecutor’s Office had a hand in bringing together agencies from across the Midwest to...

southeast news

What will go in former Main Street used car lot?

By Rick Palsgrove Southeast Editor Groveport residents are watching to see what will develop on a nearly half acre site on the northwest corner of Main...

Cruiser wrestlers seek to defend OCC title

By Rick Palsgrove Southeast Editor The Groveport Madison Cruiser wrestling program has a long history of championship success dating back to the 1960s. This excellence includes...

Groveport Madison addresses safety after high school fights

By Rick Palsgrove Southeast Editor Groveport Madison Schools officials and the Groveport and Madison Township police chiefs met with parents on Nov. 8 to discuss and...

southwest news

Community Club sends veterans to DC

By Sandi Latimer Staff Writer James Sturgeon used the word beautiful a few times to describe monuments he saw on his recent trip to Washington DC....

Grove City Food Pantry looking for more space

By Andrea Cordle Southwest Editor The number of families served by the Grove City Food Pantry has almost tripled since 2000. The pantry currently serves about 250...

Hoping to inspire young minds

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer Some of the major milestones in the life of author and illustrator Henry Cole can be traced back to school assemblies. As...

westside news

Embracing Differences

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer Like many children his age, Jaiden Gray is just looking to make a connection. He tries to strike up conversations about...

Magic Key Story Hour

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer When the Magic Key Story Hour was first introduced to the community nearly two decades ago, members of the Westland High...

Trustees talk about Narcan and moving

By Amanda Ensinger Staff Writer First responders were praised for going above and beyond to protect residents from overdose. Recently, township first responders held a public...