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Honoring movement's 'drum major for peace'
Great strides have been made toward equal rights for all mankind thanks to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., but there is still a long way to go to carry on his legacy.
Patron puts art council in place
Grove City Arts Council’s fundraising campaign got a boost Wednesday when it received a $10,000 donation toward a 2,000-square-foot headquarters on Broad Street.
Student wants to see local GSA chapter
A student plans to ask school directors for approval to start a chapter of the Gay-Straight Alliance Network at Grove City Area High School.
Landfill loses appeal
Tri-County Landfill Inc. is having an unhappy new year.
Learn to keep well water safe
Registration is now open for free National Ground Water Association webinars to help household water well owners keep their water safe.
The toll-free private well owner hotline at 855-420-9355. There are free online well owner lessons on www.WellOwner.org about a variety of topics relating to water wells, including water quality.
USIS called an asset to town, but little known of its work
Almost everyone in Grove City knows somebody who works for or used to work for USIS.
USIS all about confidentiality
People in the Grove City area tried to get a handle Friday on the legal wranglings of one of its biggest employers.
Justice Dept. sues USIS
The background check company USIS, which employs hundreds at its greater Grove City offices and handled the background check on National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, has been slapped with a lawsuit which alleges the company defrauded the government by submitting at least 665,000 investigations that were not properly completed, and then tried to cover it up when the government suspected what was going on.
Business as usual
The Main Street Diner, 1313 W. Main St., Grove City, is not going out of business nor is it in the middle of a foreclosure, despite several real estate websites that had listed such information - and a photo of the building - in regards to the family restaurant that’s been around for nearly 18 years.
Two more in the running in the 8th
Two more candidates have announced they are running for the state House of Representatives to replace Rep. Richard “Dick” Stevenson, R-8th District, who is not seeking re-election after 12 years.
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