South and Canal Winchester Messenger

The South and Canal Winchester Messengers are hyper-local newspapers covering the city of Canal Winchester, CW schools, the village of Obetz, and Hamilton Township Schools.

Newspapers are delivered to homes, local businesses and by subscription.

Other sister Messengers are: The Grove City Messenger, The Groveport Messenger, The Westside Messenger and the Madison Messenger.

Morison seeks return to office

Former two-term Bexley City Council member Jed Morison has decided to run for one of four council seats on the November ballot. Jed...

Scrap metal restrictions still too heavy, dealers complain

Columbus City Councilman Andrew Ginther has revised proposals to restrict scrap metal sales and deter thieves, but dealers are still complaining that the law...

Reynoldsburg immigrant issue resurfaces after fight

A fight involving about 15 people - including some who were throwing beer bottles and wielding belts as weapons - has residents of Retton...

Columbus officials fired up about new training center

Messenger photo by John Matuszak The dirt flies at the July 2 groundbreaking for the Columbus Division of Fire’s $8.6 million training facility on South...

Messenger photo by Dianne Garrett Educator and author Mimi Chenfeld, known as "The Queen of Fun," visits the Whitehall branch of Columbus Metropolitan...

Bexley needs new police station for numerous reasons

The Bexley Police Department currently occupies a building that was built in 1950-51 to be used as a fire station. The building was remodeled...

Whitehall tutoring center gets no vote; appeal likely

The Whitehall Board of Zoning and Building Appeals met July 2, and gave Village Network a thumbs down to provide tutoring services at 4450...

Tomato Fest gets seed money

Messenger photo by Dianne Garrett Reynoldsburg Wal-Mart presented a check for $1,750 to the Tomato Festival at the June 27 meeting of the...

Living history at Port Columbus

Messenger photos by John Matuszak Bob Dean attends the June 26 unveiling of the Ohio Historical Society marker for Port Columbus Airport’s...

Moss illustrates that it pays to go your own way

Bexley High School and Columbus College of Art and Design graduate Ian Moss will have an exhibition of his illustrations at the Catacombs...
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