Development agreement could help CW Schools

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer A community reinvestment area agreement between the city of Canal Winchester, Canal Winchester Schools, and a nationwide company with plans to...

School funding overhaul proposed

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer School funding throughout Ohio could get a long-anticipated overhaul later this year through a bi-partisan effort spearheaded by two state representatives. “The...

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...

General Canal Winchester news

On stage at CWHS The Canal Winchester High School theatre department will present “Aida” at 7 p.m. April 26-27 and 2 p.m. on April 27....

Students seek to re-establish recycling in Canal Winchester

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Three environmentally aware seniors from Canal Winchester High School want to bring back an active recycling program to the city. Abigail Hall,...

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...

CW railroad crossing to get a facelift

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer The railroad crossing on Canal Winchester’s North High Street - located near the Queen of the Line Depot in the local...

New CW water meters help in leak detection

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Water meters may not be glamorous, but replacement of old meters with new technology throughout Canal Winchester has an unexpected benefit...

Gender/Groveport roads intersection signal improvements

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Motorists passing through the Groveport/Gender roads intersection will soon have a clearer view of traffic lights as the Phase IV round...

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