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City of Hilliard – In the News

Posted June 23, 2017 in Commissions & Committees by Anna Subler

What’s Happening in Hilliard?

Keep up-to-date with the most recent media stories about the City of Hilliard


Local News

OhioHealth slates fall opening for ER; lost partner puts Mount Carmel hospital on hold

Hilliard Northwest News

Hilliard’s first 24-hour, seven-day-a-week freestanding emergency department built by OhioHealth is expected to open in mid-September at the site of the former Saturn dealership at the northwest corner of Fishinger Boulevard and Ridge Mill Drive.

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Hayden Run Road project won’t connect trails

Hilliard Northwest News

Residents desiring a leisure-trail connection between Hilliard and Columbus on Hayden Run Road beneath the Interstate 270 overpass likely will need to wait a year.

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Hilliard resident named acting county engineer

Hilliard Northwest News

Cornell Robertson said he is “excited about the opportunity” to succeed his mentor, Dean Ringle, who retired after serving 17 years as Franklin County’s elected engineer.

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West Nile virus discovered in Franklin County mosquitoes

Columbus Dispatch

Mosquitoes trapped in Norwich Township near Hilliard have tested positive for the West Nile virus, according to Franklin County Public Health. It is the first case this season.

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Sunrise Academy expansion nixed again

Hilliard Northwest News

Leaders of Sunrise Academy, a chartered Islamic school at 5657 Scioto Darby Road, would need to consider a second campus if they are to expand the school after the Hilliard Planning and Zoning Commission on June 8 unanimously rejected a request for a conditional-use permit required to build a 2,678-square-foot addition.

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