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.

Dispute over ditch ongoing

Photo courtesy of Raymond Lynch Dysar ditch, once a dry rock path that rarely held water, now is a rushing creek that has eroded the...

Whitehalls Hometown Hero does double duty

   Messenger photo by Dianne Garrett ...

Truro Township addresses vacant property

By Tara Figurski Staff Writer The Truro Township officials announced they have taken steps to have a vacant property on Waggoner Road declared a nuisance. Truro Township...

Velveteen Rabbit to entertain theatergoers

   Messenger photos by Rachel Scofield Andrew, played by Austin Caldwell, speaks with his...

Bicycle rodeo Aug. 16 in Pickerington

The Pickerington Police Department DARE program and the Violet Township Bicentennial Committee are combining their efforts to present a Bicycle Rodeo from noon to...

Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival photos

   Messenger photos by Stephanie Nesler Janelle Krumlauf receives a hug as she is crowned queen of the 2007 Tomato Festival Sept. 9. ...

Toy drives underway in Reynoldsburg

By Christine Bryant Staff Writer Participants in a community toy drive are calling on volunteers and shopping elves to help make kids’ Christmas wishes come true. Each...

CW City Charter Commission back at work

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer After a slow start due to the outbreak of COVID-19, Canal Winchester’s City Charter Review Commission is kicking to high gear and...

Reynoldsburg Schools modernizes its information system

By Christine Bryant Staff Writer The Reynoldsburg Board of Education approved a deal with a local human resources consulting firm that will give the district the...

Blacklick Trail construction almost over

The Blacklick Creek Trail bicycle path in southeastern and eastern Franklin County is getting close to completion. When finished, the 12 mile bike path will...