City and schools team up to bring fitness stations to CW

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Fitness in Canal Winchester will take on a new look with 20 fit stations installed on school and city property through...

Brightening the world through art

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Imagine walking into a sunlit-filled studio surrounded by a rainbow of markers, paint, paper and canvases as sunflowers dance overhead and...

Coffee kerfuffle

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer As Canal Winchester City Council prepared to go on a two-week summer break, discussion of a community coffee still surfaced at...

Recycling program created by CW students is up and running

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Recycling has returned to Canal Winchester thanks to the efforts of three high school students passionate about helping their community divert...

CW plans to upgrade city’s landscaping and appearance standards

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Canal Winchester, a designated National Arbor Day Tree City for more than two decades, is moving forward with plans to update...

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...

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...

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...

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,...

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