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Reel Deal: Halloween remake horrifyingly disgusting

"Halloween" was an exciting, suspenseful, psychological thriller that haunted audiences across the United States. The acting was terrific, the masked killer truly terrifying, the...

An ounce of prevention…

By Andrea Cordle Westside Editor Westside resident Frank Torma, 65, considered himself healthy. He practiced yoga and enjoyed a good hike, but he also enjoyed a...

Police super fan

By Dedra Cordle Staff Writer A lone police officer riding a horse down a residential street is a sight in of itself, but four of them...

Column: In Pursuit of the Patch

Last January and February, my brother  Chad and I braved below-zero windchill factors and ignored energy-sapping illness to earn a piece of embroidered fabric...

Community support leads to library expansion

By Sandi Latimer Staff Writer Michele Lowe envisions jugglers being able to toss their bowling pins higher. Musicians will have more room for their equipment. And...

Commissioners reject Georgesville Road development plan

By Josh Jordan Staff Writer A new Thornton’s will not be coming to the Hilltop if the Greater Hilltop Area Commission can help it. The proposed development...

West High School grad remembered

State Representatives Cheryl Grossman (R-Grove City) and Mike Curtin (D-Marble Cliff) took part in a ceremony to dedicate the Marine Sgt. Jesse Balthaser Memorial...

Mayors streetcars derailed

In the face of public opposition, and at the request of Mayor Michael Coleman, Columbus City Council has put the brakes on spending $2...

MRSA hits SWCS

    Messenger photo by Andrea Cordle Franklin Heights High School is one of the SWCS locations to have reported a recent case of MRSA. Three cases of...

FT residents oppose zoning issue

Disgruntled residents of Franklin Township again protested a zoning issue, this time over a resident on Clime Road applying for a variance to build...

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