Groveport Messenger

The Groveport Messengers is a hyper-local newspaper. Formerly the Southeast Messenger.

We cover the city of Groveport, Groveport Madison Schools, and Madison Township.

Your newspapers are delivered to homes, local businesses and by subscription.

Other sister Messengers are: The Grove City Messenger, The South Messenger, The Canal Winchester Messenger, The Westside Messenger and the Madison Messenger.

Noise debate surrounding CW business continues

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Loose Rail supporters flooded the Canal Winchester City Council meeting on Oct. 16 regarding complaints about loud music coming from Loose...

Around Canal Winchester

Paws in the Park Bring your dogs to Canal Winchester’s Paws in the Park, which will be held Sept. 10 from 9 a.m. to 1...

CW residents remain concerned about possible Bigerton Bend extension

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer A large crowd attended the Dec. 4 Canal Winchester City Council meeting to hear a discussion on a rezoning request and...

CW council has a new look

The new year brought new faces to both the administration and council in Canal Winchester following the election of first-time mayor Mike Ebert and...

Groveport to start enforcing cemetery rules

By Rick Palsgrove Groveport Editor The Groveport Cemetery Committee plans to begin strictly enforcing the rules governing grave decorations in the historic cemetery. Groveport City Councilman Shawn...

CWs zoning questioned

Attorney David Dye, representing Henrietta Pfeifer and the Mid-Ohio Historical Museum, wants Canal Winchester to give his client what he contends she deserves...the correct...

Plans for dog park are progressing

Plans for a dog park at Three Creeks Park are winding their way through the governmental system with the hope that construction of the...

Blacklick Haunted Park returns

By Rick Palsgrove Groveport Editor Groveport’s Blacklick Haunted Park returns for its fifth year with a host of ghouls, monsters, and other assorted things that go...

Lean times for Groveport Madison

Shrinking enrollment and a troubled economy is leading to a loss in funding for Groveport Madison Local Schools. At the Groveport Madison Board of Education's...

Groveport Council considers changes to city staff

By Rick Palsgrove Southeast Editor Groveport City Council is considering adding some jobs to the city payroll and adjusting others. On Feb. 22, council could consider legislation...

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