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Town Hall meeting addresses racism

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer An informal Canal Winchester City Council and community discussion on June 23 was dominated by a topic spreading across the state,...

Looking back at CW’s state volleyball champions

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer More than three decades ago, a lady Indians sports team from Canal Winchester High School accomplished something few teams ever do—they...

CW looks at its past 10 years since gaining city status

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Ten years ago, the village of Canal Winchester became a city when it pushed past the 5,000 resident threshold following the...

CW Joint Recreation District in financial trouble

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer A shutdown earlier this year in response to COVID-19 took a toll on recreational athletics, forcing the Canal Winchester Joint Recreation...

CW Schools officials look for state guidance on opening schools

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer With two months to go before the start of the 2020-21 school year, Canal Winchester Schools Superintendent James Sotlar does not...

CW’s Music in the Park and classic car show

The city of Canal Winchester invites you to enjoy a free summer concert, Music in the Park, on July 17 from 6-9 p.m. at...

What to do about a pig in a Canal Winchester yard?

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Questions have arisen about the presence of a pig in Canal Winchester. On June 15, Canal Winchester City Council held a public...

Small business grants in Franklin County

The Franklin County Commissioners voted to pass a series of resolutions that will provide more than $2 million in grants and loans to small...

The changing face of downtown Canal Winchester

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Where once sat an icon of the motoring public and a home where birthdays and holidays were celebrated, now sits a...

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