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Brick stacks concern Groveport city officials

By Rick Palsgrove Southeast Editor Groveport city officials are concerned about the stacks of bricks from a deconstructed historical structure that are sitting along Rohr Road...

Groveport gets new trash collection services contract

The city of Groveport’s trash and recycling collection contract with Local Waste Services expires on Dec. 31. The city participates in a consortium for refuse...

Unfunded projects on the back burner

After approving its $23.9 million 2009 budget in November, the village of Groveport still has an extensive "wish list" of unfunded capital improvement projects...

Groveport plans to raise sewer rates

By Rick Palsgrove Southeast Editor The cost of flushing is going up. Groveport City Council is considering raising the city’s sewer rate from $5.88 per 1,000 gallons...

ODNR says leave wild animals alone

When many people encounter wild animals that appear to be injured or orphaned, they want to do what they can to help. The Ohio...

CW Schools’ financial picture

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Canal Winchester Schools Treasurer Joyce Boyer unveiled the district’s latest five-year forecast— which previously maintained financial stability by factors like limiting...

Cruiser Theatre Co. prepares for upcoming show season

By Rick Palsgrove Southeast Editor Members of Groveport Madison High School’s Cruiser Theatre Company are eager to perform in the school’s new auditorium. “The new auditorium revolutionizes...

Church seeks old pharmacy building

The building at 220 Main St. in Groveport, which once was home to a pharmacy and later an exercise center, could become home to...

Groveport Madison High School staff member investigated

Groveport Madison Schools officials released the following statement on Jan. 31: “We have been made aware of an allegation that one of our high school...

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