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eastside news

CW plans to upgrade city’s landscaping and appearance standards

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Canal Winchester, a designated National Arbor Day Tree City for more than two decades, is moving forward with plans to update...

Holiday safety tips

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer ‘Tis the season for holiday parties, shopping, caroling…and crime. Don’t let it take a bite out of your festivities. Be aware of...

CW renews contract with sheriff; also, development news

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer A contract for police services with the Fairfield County Sheriff’s Department approved by Canal Winchester City Council on Nov. 19 continues...

madison news

West Jefferson Christmas in the Park: Highlights and schedule of events

(Posted Dec. 7, 2018) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor West Jefferson’s signature Christmas celebration, now in its 23rd year, is poised to sparkle just as brightly...

Original clock will count the minutes again

(Posted Dec. 7, 2018) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor The Madison County commissioners can tick another task off their to-do list. They have made a decision...

Zoning solution for Dollar General in Mount Sterling

(Posted Dec. 7, 2018) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor Madison County leaders have devised a plan that should allow Dollar General to break ground on a...

southeast news

Cruiser softball fields’ location and State Route 317

By Rick Palsgrove Southeast Editor As workers complete the finishing touches to the landscaping, parking lot, and softball fields in front of the new Groveport Madison...

southwest news

One ‘Crooked Christmas’

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer It was the day before Christmas and in the Hawkins abode, animals and trees were missing but there was moonshine found...

Infrastructure debated in Grove City

By Andrea Cordle Southwest Editor A plan to develop the Brown’s Farm property along Orders Road cleared one more hurdle in the city of Grove City. At...

westside news

Changing the face of West Broad Street

By Josh Jordan Staff Writer The plans are in their infancy, but the general timeline has been determined. The West Broad Streetscape Improvement Project is expected...

Retired administrator earns Blue Heron Award

Franklin Soil and Water Conservation District recognized Tracy Hatmaker, Prairie Township’s administrator with the Great Blue Heron Award at his retirement party Nov. 30. The...