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Kerouac novel guides young man on the road of life

I was thumbing through Newsweek recently and came upon an article by David Gates about how 2007 is the 50th anniversary of the publication...

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...

Always look for the helpers, they are all around

By Christine Bryant Staff Writer It seems like everything in the news lately has been Pokemon Go or politics, one entertaining and the other really annoying....

Photos: Celebrating the Fourth

   Messenger photos by Dianne Garrett  Domenik Hixon was co-grand marshal of the Whitehall...

Reynoldsburg school board looking at levy for fall

Reynoldsburg Schools Superintendent Stephen Dackin will soon present the board with a recommendation for a fall operating levy request, but hasn't yet determined the...

Versatile writer Hamill subject of Bexley Book Club discussion

  Kacey Kowars, an Internet interviewer, will discuss the work of Pete Hamill (shown here) in "An Author's Journey," Jan. 13 at 3 p.m., at...

The Reel Deal: Hulk, not really that incredible

To curb violent emotional outbursts, most people go to a therapist and seek help for their affliction via talking it out and taking prescription...

A life well lived

By Christine Bryant Staff Writer George Peto led a life few can imagine. The central Ohio native lived a fascinating life, from early childhood to the time...

New Whitehall Chamber president making the rounds

   Messenger photo by Dianne Garrett ...

Bexley students fired up about methane as energy source

  Bexley Mayor John Brennan on May 27 presents proclamations to teacher Lindsay Young and students, from left, Maranda Gammage, Nan Boyle, Hannah Hood and...

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