Development denied

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer After months of discussion, a request to amend zoning for two Canal Winchester parcels at the corner of Hayes and Lithopolis...

Canal Winchester lacrosse is on the rise

By Rick Palsgrove Eastside Editor Lacrosse, one of the nation’s fastest growing sports in America, is also gaining momentum in Canal Winchester. According to Victor Paini, president...

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...

Demolition planned for West Waterloo Street site

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Property owned by Canal Winchester on West Waterloo Street, that once housed an old gas station and a neighboring health care...

Canal Winchester’s “Christmas in the Village”

Canal Winchester’s annual storybook Christmas celebration kicks off the holiday season in downtown Canal Winchester on Dec.7 from 6-9 p.m. and Dec. 8 from...

CW Schools levy to be placed on May ballot

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Canal Winchester school district voters face a ballot issue in the spring that district officials assure property owners will not result...

CW Indians preparing to defend their OCC football title

By Rick Palsgrove Eastside Editor The Canal Winchester Indians varsity football team will begin the defense of its 2018 Ohio Capital Conference Capital Division championship when...

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,...

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