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About Whitehall

Whitehall is a city in Franklin County, Ohio, with a population of 19,201 according to the 2000 U.S. Census. A suburb southeast of Columbus, housing the Defense Supply Center of Columbus and the Port Columbus International Airport, Whitehall is an enclave of Columbus served by ZIP code 43213 and area code 614.

Known as “The City of Pride,” Whitehall is a wonderful place to live and work.

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Whitehall News

Deflated dome opens space for Whitehall development. After 16 years of operation, Whitehall let the air out of the shuttered Four Seasons Golf Center golf dome Tuesday. It will soon be dismantled into parts and hauled to a new location, though where that will be and whether it will ever reopen is uncertain. The Columbus Dispatch, Sep 19 2017 4:06 PM.

#WhatsTrending Central Ohio Commemorate 9/11. Young Americans for Freedom at the Ohio State University will be hosting the 9/11: Never Forget Project to honor those who lost their lives. It will be from 9 a.m. at 5 p.m. on the most eastern side of the South Oval across from the Ohio Union. WCKX-FM Columbus, Sep 11 2017 1:27 PM.

Man charged with selling stolen COTA bus passes meant for poor students. A Whitehall man was arrested on Friday after the Ohio auditor's office says he sold Central Ohio Transit Authority bus passes that were stolen from the Columbus City Schools. Jason S. Morris, 31, of Baywood Street in Whitehall, was charged with telecommunications fraud after police say he sold four bus passes for $100 during a sting operation. The Columbus Dispatch, Aug 25 2017 6:37 PM.

Whitehall's new police annex will bear slain officer's name. His legacy will reach the next generation of police officers and residents when a new annex to the Whitehall Division of Police, 365 S. Yearling Road, is named in his honor. "It means so much that his name will always be etched in the hearts of the community this way," said his son, Seth McDowell, a Union County Sheriff's deputy who was 8 years old when his father was fatally shot and his partner, officer Eric Brill, was shot and critically injured while serving a traffic summons to a Beechbank Road residence Aug. 24, 2001. This Week Community News, Aug 25 2017 2:04 PM.

Whitehall Way Back When

The origins of Whitehall date back to 1858, when Robert Brotherton of White Hall England purchased 156 acres of land between Alum Creek and Big Walnut Creek. Part of the land was the site of Ye Olde Whitehall Tavern, from which Whitehall draws it’s name.

In 1947, the community had grown large enough to be incorporated as a village. The post World War II housing boom led to Whitehall becoming the fastest growing city in the nation, booming from 4,077 in 1950 to 20,818 in 1960.