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Sergeants in township want to join union

By Amanda Ensinger Staff Writer The Franklin Township trustees discussed whether police sergeants should join the union. At a recent board meeting, Franklin Township Police Chief Bryon...

Township cuts down dangerous trees

By Amanda Amsel Staff Writer A variety of trees were recently cut down from Carl Frye Park as a result of increasing issues with emerald ash...

Project Blueprint to address sanitary sewer concerns

By Noell Wolfgram Evans Staff Writer Residents of the Hilltop should see a dramatic decrease in waterlogged basements and sewer overflows as Project Blueprint is rolled...

Casino hosts a donation drive for Dayton tornado victims

Hollywood Casino Columbus will host a donation drive at its Georgesville Road location to support the team members, their families and the community of...

Reel Deal: Movie takes viewers on must-see adventure

“Into the Wild” is a movie that will surely split the viewing audience in two or maybe even the person watching. There are those...

Township lays out plan to deal with COVID-19 spread

The Franklin Township board of trustees held a special meeting on March 17 to make decisions regarding how the township will deal with the...

Refurbished bikes donated to westside children

Approximately 75 newly-refurbished bicycles were delivered to children living on the westside of Columbus on Sept. 19. Columbus Police Officer Sean Taylor has built a...

Get growing in Prairie Township

By Amanda Ensinger Staff Writer The Prairie Township Community Center announced a new partnership that it hopes will motivate residents to think outside the box when...

Firefighters get kudos in Franklin Township

By Amanda Ensinger Staff Writer Franklin Township emergency workers are being recognized for going above and beyond. At a recent board meeting, Franklin Township Fire Department Assistant...

Memorial for fallen Falcons

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer There is a bond between those who walked the halls at Franklin Heights High School. “We’re a very tight-knit group of people,”...

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