2017, february, newspaper, ThisWeekNews

New Aldi planned for West Waterloo

Posted Feb 13, 2017 at 6:05 PMOfficials from grocery retailer Aldi said last week the new store the companyplans to build at 720 W. Waterloo St. in Canal Winchester will include featuresadded to the design because of feedback from customers."The new store will have upgrades such as expanded cooler sections and healthytips within the produce section," said Sarah Brown, Aldi… Continue reading New Aldi planned for West Waterloo

city, johnstown, johnstownindependent, johnstownvillage, news, newspaper, ThisWeek, ThisWeekNews

Tax refund will cost village $175,000

As seen online on ThisWeekNews.comMonday February 23, 2015 9:41 AMJohnstown's finance director position has been a revolving door for several years, culminating in two months without a director in 2014, just as the village's 2015 budget was being planned.Dana Steffan, who was hired in October, has found her footing after less than five months on… Continue reading Tax refund will cost village $175,000

2015, february, newspaper, schools, ThisWeek, ThisWeekNews, westerville

Genoa students become published authors

Wednesday February 11, 2015 11:08 AMSee it on ThisWeekNews.comMore than 330 Genoa Middle School sixth-graders participated in National Novel Writing Month -- NaNoWriMo for short -- collectively writing 1,211,471 words.Deanna McDaniel, Genoa's media specialist, helped lead the NaNoWriMo writing challenge.Traditionally, NaNoWriMo is an annual, Internet-based creative writing project where any adult can challenge themselves to… Continue reading Genoa students become published authors

city, february, johnstown, johnstowncity, news, newspaper, roads, ThisWeek, ThisWeekNews

Johnstown poised to get funds for major repairs

View the online article hereMonday February 2, 2015 11:55 AMJohnstown leaders should know within two months whether applications for state funding have been approved.Johnstown in 2011, 2012 and 2013 requested a state grant to rebuild Concord Road.This year, the Ohio Public Works Commission appears to have come through with a $290,000 grant and a $340,000… Continue reading Johnstown poised to get funds for major repairs

dublin, dublinvillager, february, newspaper, robotics, ThisWeekNews

Robotics team advancing to States

Find it online hereImagiNeers robotics team advances to state championshipWednesday February 4, 2015 12:57 PMOne of Dublin’s middle-school robotics teams, the ImagiNeers, has qualified for the state championship for third time in a row. The FLL (First Lego League) State Championship will take place at the Ervin J. Nutter Center at Wright State University on Feb.… Continue reading Robotics team advancing to States

dublin, dublinschools, dublinvillager, january, newspaper, schoolboard, schools, ThisWeekNews

Board elects officers, hears task forces updates

Originally published in ThisWeekNews Wednesday January 21, 2015 7:10 PMAt the first Dublin Board of Education meeting of 2015, the Board President and Vice-President were re-elected and online school board meeting agendas were debuted.The district will no longer distribute hard copies of agendas. Instead, community members are invited to go online to view the agendas, minutes,… Continue reading Board elects officers, hears task forces updates

dublin, dublinschools, january, middleschool, newspaper, ThisWeek, ThisWeekNews

Middle school schedule discussed in parent meetings

Originally published hereWednesday January 14, 2015 11:03 AMParents braved the cold weather recently to attend a meeting in Karrer Middle School to discuss possible changes to the Dublin middle school schedule.Dustin Miller, the Dublin City School District's director of secondary education, walked parents through what the Middle School Schedule Task Force has been working on… Continue reading Middle school schedule discussed in parent meetings

dublin, january, mlk, newspaper, ThisWeek, ThisWeekNews

Dublin’s celebration Monday at Coffman

MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAYVideo from King's speeches, music, student speakers and volunteer opportunities plannedBy DEBBIE GILLUMWednesday January 14, 2015 11:06 AMDublin's 2015 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Remembrance Celebration is planned from 11 a.m. to noon Monday, Jan. 19, in the Dublin Coffman High School Performing Arts Center.Unlike in previous years, the keynote speaker… Continue reading Dublin’s celebration Monday at Coffman

dublin, dublinschools, newspaper, ThisWeekNews, yearinreview

Elementary school additions, middle school schedules to be addressed

Year in Review(Originally published online here)Several initiatives are expected to move forward in 2015 in the Dublin City School District, including two elementary school additions and a revised middle school schedule."It's all about continuous improvements," said Todd Hoadley, Dublin superintendent. "That's been a focus of great organizations like ours for a long time."Several of the… Continue reading Elementary school additions, middle school schedules to be addressed

dublin, dublinvillager, funeral, newspaper, ThisWeek, ThisWeekNews

Matthew Keith Dotson

Community mourns Coffman High School sophomoreTuesday December 9, 2014 11:13 AM(Click the link to see the original ThisWeek News article) By DEBBIE GILLUMPhoto from Schoedinger slideshowDublin City School District students and the community are mourning Matthew Keith Dotson, 16, a sophomore at Dublin Coffman High School who died Tuesday, Dec. 2.Dublin Division of Police incident reports show… Continue reading Matthew Keith Dotson