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CW Schools in good financial shape, but levy renewal request likely

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer The five-year financial forecast for Canal Winchester Schools paints a positive picture, along with the hope that voters will renew an...

Canal Winchester considers renewing sheriff’s contract

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer For the city of Canal Winchester, police protection provided by a contract with the Fairfield County Sheriff is working well enough...

Canal Winchester to obtain former service station site

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer The site of the former Marathon service station at 18 W. Waterloo St., now a gravel parking lot, will soon be under...

CW Historic Ghost Tour brings past alive

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer The Canal Winchester Area Historical Society will “bring history to life” in downtown Canal Winchester on Oct. 19 and 20 as it...

Scout project helps CWHS Performing Arts Department

J.D. Black, a member of Groveport Boy Troop 71 and a junior at Canal Winchester High School, completed an Eagle Scout project benefitting the...

CW water and sewer rates to rise in near future

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Water and sewer rates are going up in Canal Winchester, but customers will have two years to work the increases into...

CW Schools review State Report Card results

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer The grades are in for the state 2017-18 State Report Card and Canal Winchester Schools received an overall grade of “D.” While...

Working to promote prostate cancer awareness

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer A loved one with prostate cancer pushed Canal Winchester resident Linda Hoetger to work to bring awareness of the disease by...

A look at old Canal Winchester High School

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer The Canal Winchester school complex at 100 Washington St. was, at one time, Ohio’s oldest s choolhouse still in use, with one...

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