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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.

Groveport city councilman resigns

By Rick Palsgrove Groveport Editor Groveport City Councilman Chad Grashel will resign from council. “My final council meeting will be on Monday, June 14,” said Grashel. “At...

Giving a helping hand

Messenger photo by Rick Palsgrove Bob Cramer (left) and Gary Boucher wrap a bicycle in a bag to be delivered to a family in need...

Hog wild

Messenger photo by Rachel Scofield Hog wild ...

Business expansion in Canal Winchester

Responding to a growing demand for metal fabricating and machinery rehabilitation services, Ohio-based Manifold & Phalor announced it will expand its Canal Winchester facility...

Groveport street projects get the green light

The bids are in for Groveport's South Street and Madison Street reconstruction project. The entire project - originally set to be done this year at...

CW schools in money pinch

Calling 2008 an "unusual year" is somewhat an understatement for the Canal Winchester School District. Not only did the district see a levy go down...

Groveport wheeling ahead on bicycle path

Groveport Village Council has swapped a skatepark for a bicycle/walking path. Village Administrator Jon Crusey told council at its Jan. 22 committee of the whole...

CWs greatest football teams

Canal Winchester High School's varsity football program has had a rich and successful tradition since players first donned the pads in 1909. With that in...

Obetz officials planning for a June 1 village reopening

By Ris Twigg Staff Writer Obetz officials are planning for a soft June 1 village reopening, pending any additional orders from Governor Mike DeWine. To facilitate the...

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