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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

Whitehall's rebound lures new businesses, residents. He started his fast-casual Greek restaurant, King Gyros, in a former Taco Bell building at 400 S. Hamilton Road 26 years ago. That was when no one was describing Whitehall as a draw for investment and development, or a lure for first-time homebuyers. The Columbus Dispatch, Nov 13 2017 3:52 AM.

Suboxone linked to probe of Whitehall detox center. Dozens of people receiving addiction treatment through Braking Point Recovery Centers - many of them in the process of detoxing from heroin - have been transferred or referred to other providers in the wake of state and federal investigations that hobbled the agency's operations. Braking Point's centers in Whitehall and in the Youngstown area effectively lost their ability to bill for services when the Ohio Department of Medicaid suspended the company last week because of "a credible allegation of fraud" related to a doctor's qualifications to prescribe the opioid-treatment medication Suboxone. The Columbus Dispatch, Oct 26 2017 4:13 AM.

Whitehall will test programs to reduce opioid addiction and deaths Updated at. As Whitehall mayor, Kim Maggard has seen the drug epidemic ravage her community, resulting in too many addicts and too many deaths, and forcing her administration to spend heavily trying to stop the gush of heroin and other drugs into her largely low-income city of 18,600. "We're taking a horrible hit on drug addiction right now," Maggard said. The Columbus Dispatch, Oct 22 2017 4:38 PM.

Teen sentenced to 20 years in adult prison for pool-hall shooting. A juvenile who was 14 when he fatally shot one man and wounded another in a Whitehall pool hall was sentenced Thursday to 20 years in an adult prison. Erik L. Thompson Jr., now 17, had pleaded guilty in July to voluntary manslaughter and felonious assault, both with gun specifications, in the Jan. 13, 2015, shooting at Players Family Billiards, 4380 E. Main St. The case was transferred to adult court by a Juvenile Court judge who found that Thompson was unlikely to respond to treatment in the juvenile system. The Columbus Dispatch, Oct 19 2017 3:39 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.