Bill Herzog, manager of the Kurtz Bros. Westerville nursery, stands in the sales window next to a flyer announcing that 100% of the nursery’s retail sales for Memorial Weekend will be donated to Capitol City FOP Lodge #9 in honor of Westerville police officers Anthony Morelli and Eric Joering.
Recent News and Photos
This is the second week for the Saturday Farmers Market in Uptown Westerville. The market is on Grove Street running from Main to Park. Parking is available on the Otterbein University campus off Park Street and along Grove Street south of Park. Bring a shopping basket, your appetite, and relax in the Adirondack chairs in front of Towers Hall.
Westerville Parks and Recreation Director Randy Auler listens as residents suggest possible ways to build a park on the McVay family property on Hempstead Road which the department acquired about two years ago.
Shoppers and drivers were treated to a rare sight in Uptown Westerville as the Columbus Police Academy Fun Run navigated its way along State Steet on the first leg of the run. Included in the group were two Westerville police cadets.
Bru Burger Bar almost ready to open. Local Cantina opened. Poke Bros promises to open. Phat Taco? Westerville’s restaurant scene expands with two new restaurants, one that plans to open this month, and one that is now allowed to serve alcohol but little progress in the construction upgrades in the last several months.
The City of Westerville hosts the Spring Hazardous Waste Collections sat the City’s Public Service Complex. The City will be offering residents the opportunity to shred their old documents during the spring household hazardous waste event. Fireproof Record Center will be on site to provide this service and will accept up to five (5) boxes per household.
Tammy Moon says her father, Charles Moon and owner of the 1850 Stoner House, wasn’t sure if he agreed about her plans for renovating the historic building on South State Street in Uptown Westerville. Moon changed his mind once he saw the original arched doorways and the rich colors and textures of the red brick walls. – Photo Gallery
A memorial for Hannah Sarver sits beneath a tree in the front yard of the house where she died in a fire in September 2017.
A pair of marble plaques bearing notice of the service of Westerville Police officers Anthony Morelli and Eric Joering were placed at the foot of the two trees in front of city hall where mourners left notes of condolence and memorials following the deaths of the two officers.