Symphony honors Canal Winchester music teacher

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Indian Trail Elementary music teacher Karla Cherwinski’s work with first and second graders was recently recognized by the Columbus Symphony as...

Learning and winning

By Rick Palsgrove Eastside Editor When the season began, Kent Long, head coach of the Canal Winchester 1 Maroon girls third and fourth grade basketball team,...

Harlem Wizards coming to Canal Winchester

By Rick Palsgrove Eastside Editor Fans are treated to a show of basketball wizardry when The World Famous Harlem Wizards come to town. The Harlem Wizards, who...

CW looks to increase industrial development

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer If everything falls in place, the city of Canal Winchester will sell 110 acres of industrial development land to the country’s...

CW Madrigal performance is interactive fun

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Years ago, baked potatoes flew through the air during a production of the Canal Winchester High School Madrigal Dinner. While food is...

Bender Scholarship invests in the future

By Rick Palsgrove Eastside Editor The legacy of the late educator and community leader Dr. John Bender lives on through a scholarship for local students that...

Grants pursued to develop new CW park

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer As McGill Park rises from farmland in Canal Winchester, the city is working to fund amenities without tapping entirely into city...

Building renovation project at CWHS to start soon

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Weather permitting, construction at Canal Winchester High School should kick into gear within the next two weeks. During a Jan. 14 Canal...

CW council members invite citizens to a “Community Coffee”

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Canal Winchester City Council members are inviting the community to share their ideas, concerns and comments in a new, informal format...

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