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About: Kennett Square, PA

Population: 35,575
Local Newspapers: Columbus Dispatch Courier
Local Sports Teams: Columbus Blue Jackets (NHL), Columbus Crew (MLS)
Local Colleges: State UniversityColumbus State Community College

Zip Codes associated with Kennett Square, PA: 43123
Towns/Cities near Kennett Square, PA : Oberz, Columbus, Galloway, LIncoln Village, Urbancrest, Lockbourne

Grove City News
Metro Parks gives golf course another infusion of cash

The Blacklick Woods Golf Course continues to lose money for Metro Parks, and the district has to shift funds from its general fund to make up the difference. The Metro Parks board of commissioners voted Monday to transfer an additional $125,000 from the general fund to the golf course.

Ohio author releases a book of award winning short stories

PRLog - Jan. 13, 2015 - COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Badgley Publishing Company is proud to announce the publication of a wonderful book of short stories titled "All the World's a Stage" authored by Diana Hannon Forrester of Grove City, Ohio. Diana is also the author of "Where Have All the Flowers Gone".

Demolition begins at Veterans Memorial

While some in Columbus were just waking up this morning, a piece of the city's history was coming down. Crews began the first public stage of demolition at Franklin County Veterans Memorial today, starting work that should leave the site bare by the end of March.

$2 million lawsuit says Judge O'Grady harassed former employee

A former Franklin County Municipal Court employee has filed a federal lawsuit that accuses Judge Jim O'Grady of making sexually explicit comments in her presence and creating a hostile work environment after learning that she had spoken about the incident. The lawsuit also says that O'Grady and other city employees, including Judges James E. Green and Carrie E. Glaeden, took retaliatory actions in response to her concerns.