FT Fire Dept. honors road worker

A long-time Franklin Township road department employee won praise from the Franklin Township Fire Department for his assistance at the scene of a fire...

Grove City council approves $30,000 White Road study

Over the past several years, the increase of development and traffic on White Road has not escaped the attention of commuters, as well as...

Experts warn of potential terror attack

Suicide bombers will target America, a terrorism expert with the Columbus Police Department warned an audience at the Jewish Community Center July 10. "They're coming....

Column: Grandchild gives new meaning to life

It was exactly three years ago this month when Kyle and I first met. He was a spineless little imp that drooled a lot...

Getting down and dirty to help Epilepsy Foundation

There will be more than a little mud slinging when nearly 3,000 players, 200 volunteers and over 75 referees converge on Beulah Park on...

City shells out funds for snow removal

   Messenger photo by John Matuszak  Columbus City Councilman Andrew Ginther looks over part...

New training house on southside

   Messenger photo by John Matuszak  The dirt flies at the July 2 groundbreaking...

The Reel Deal: Transformers more like commercial

There is a scene in "Transformers" that made me want to burst into tears. It was not the half decapitation of fan favorite Autobot,...

Carnivores up close and personal at the Wilds

   Messenger photos by Whitney Wilson Coy  A male cheetah carries his meal...

JT sells medic and approves tax budget

Jackson Township voted to sell an unused medic squad in exchange for air tanks the fire department will use in training. Township trustees, at their...

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