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A suburb of southeast Columbus, Whitehall was incorporated in 1947− the same year, Town & Country, the nation’s first regional shopping center, opened there. After World War II, the demand for housing by returning veterans gave rise to residential construction that still appeals to young families.

Developer Selected for 50-Acre Whitehall Development

Brent Warren Brent Warren Developer Selected for 50-Acre Whitehall Development

A developer is now in place to shepherd a major mixed-use project at the northeast corner of Hamilton Road and East Broad Street. The City of Whitehall announced today that Florida-based NR Investments has been chosen to develop the 50-acre site, which is comprised of the former Woodcliff Condos as well as a portion of […]

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Restaurant Review: Flavor 91 Burger Bistro

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Flavor 91 Burger Bistro

Flavor 91 Burger Bistro set up shop a couple years ago in a mostly unassuming spot. Its address on East Main Street puts the eatery neatly in Whitehall, which is a little off-the-beaten-path when it comes to culinary opportunities. Still, the bistro’s festive exterior signage suggests there’s something special inside its doors.  In spite of its […]

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Charleys Opens First Shipping Container Restaurant

Susan Post Susan Post Charleys Opens First Shipping Container Restaurant

Charleys Philly Steaks may have 600 plus locations around the globe, but the Columbus-based brand continues to innovate within its home city. Charleys opened its first store constructed of shipping containers at 3849 E. Broad St. in Whitehall. With a three-container footprint, the location includes a small ordering area with a few stools for patrons, […]

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The Buckeye Ranch Relocating Services to Whitehall

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman The Buckeye Ranch Relocating Services to Whitehall

The Buckeye Ranch has announced that it will consolidate two current sites, offices, its foundation, and a number of services to a former PNC Bank call center at 4653 E. Main St. in Whitehall. In a press release, the organization said the decision to move was made in order to provide its patients with more […]

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Interview: Whitehall Leaders on Planning for a Changing Suburbia

Brent Warren Brent Warren Interview: Whitehall Leaders on Planning for a Changing Suburbia

The recently-released Corridor Concepts study takes a deep dive into the impact that building dense development and better transit along five major corridors could have on the region. One of those corridors, East Main Street, runs directly through Whitehall, a suburb of about 19,000 people located six miles east of Downtown Columbus. Incorporated in 1947 […]

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The Confluence Cast: The City of Whitehall

Tim Fulton Tim Fulton The Confluence Cast: The City of Whitehall

Columbus’s suburbs will play a big role in how we’re able to grow in the future. Reporter Brent Warren sat down with Whitehall’s mayor Kim Maggard and Economic Development Director Zach Woodruff to discuss the new mixed-use development plans in Whitehall, how they believe they are uniquely positioned to grow in the years to come, and […]

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Excesss Trivia

  Excesss Trivia

Join Adam every Thursday for four rounds of fast-paced, multimedia, buzzer trivia! It’s free to play, with no team size requirements and awesome prizes for each round’s winning team! Plus, categories are suggested by YOU, the audience! Hints and winner photos for each show, as well as current announcements and more, can be found on […]

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URBAN LIVING TOUR 2020

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