Kroger began Thursday using Instacart to make deliveries in Westerville. The service offers home delivery from 55 stores in the Central Ohio region. This new offering goes hand-in-hand with Kroger’s ClickList program, which allows customers to order online and pick-up at the curb without ever having to get out of their car.
Recent News and Photos
Children’s and teen sections of the Westerville Public Library were closed Friday after an overnight leak from a broken water heater flooded a large portion of the fiction section on the first floor. Programs in the children’s section for Saturday are closed. More information in full story.
Blendon Township Administrator Bryan Rhoads announced in a letter released Wednesday that the Hollywood Theatre, the car wash, and the gas station at Glengary Shopping Center will be demolished to make way for a new Aldi grocery store and improvements at the shopping center.
Updates with comments on the Ohio Sheriff Sales Facebook page that the earlier auction winners failed to obtain financing after winning the auction. – The building in Uptown Westerville that houses Meza Wine Shop and Whit’s is again going on the auction block. Originally sold at auction in October 2017 it went back on the market when the auction winners, Connie Saelzler and Marcos Ferreira, failed to complete the purchase after receiving the engineering report on required repairs to the building.
Students at Heritage Middle School stand at the front entrance of the school during a 17-minute walkout to express solidarity with a national movement to mark the one-month anniversary of the shooting incident at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where 17 people were killed and 14 others were injured.
The latest plans for the Uptown Streetscape removes almost all the bumpouts with a decision yet to be made about sidewalk width, brick street crossing, and how long it will take.
Photo Gallery of Westerville firefighters beginning three days of water rescue training on the high, rapidly flowing waters of Alum Creek on West Main Street.
A car passes over a dead skunk in the northbound lane of Cooper Road. Dead animals on or at roadside can be reported to the Westerville Public Service Department at 614-901-6740.
Contractors began early work for the construction of a 282-apartment complex along Cooper Road near the Braun Farm. The project, now called The Reserve at Alum Creek, will have five four-story residential buildings, a clubhouse, pool and parking garages on 22-acres of vacant land. Photos, map, and plans at link.