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Gahanna

(gəhăn`ə), city (1990 pop. 27,791), Franklin co., central Ohio, a growing, residential suburb of Columbus; inc. 1881.
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Beulah also made a lasting impact on the Crossroads Apostolic Church in Ellsworth, Maine and Infinite Church in Gahanna, Ohio. Some of her many hobbies included raising tropical fish, creating flower arrangements and artwork.
Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) is pleased to announce that the firm has arranged a new, long-term, 52,500-square-foot lease to Benchmark Industrial Inc., at the Central Park of Gahanna (870 Claycraft Road in Gahanna, Ohio), a new, state-of-the-art, 262,500-square-foot spec warehouse currently under construction.
As a high school student journalist in Gahanna, Ohio, I first began
Bentley's impromptu performance in response to an officer's request to walk a straight line was caught entirely on the dash camera of a police cruiser in Gahanna, Ohio, in August and the video went viral on social media.
Trinita Real Estate Group, formerly doing business as Exit Trinity Realty, has 33 affiliated sales associates and a single office located in Gahanna, Ohio.
* Kemba Federal Credit Union (Gahanna, Ohio, $1 billion, 87,200 members)
High-school senior Trey Potter of Gahanna, Ohio, gave his mother a memory that she thought had passed her by: the high-school senior prom.
RTP acquired Alloy's Gahanna, Ohio, plant earlier this year and now has added the Richmond, Va., and Crockett and Orange, Texas, facilities.
The MNX facility is located in Gahanna, Ohio, minutes from downtown Columbus and Port Columbus International Airport.
operating company, Green Biologics Inc., based in Gahanna, Ohio. GBL's Clostridium fermentation platform converts a wide range of sustainable feedstocks into high performance green chemicals such as n-butanol, acetone, and through chemical synthesis, derivatives of butanol and acetone used by a growing global consumer and industrial products customer base.
"Consumers are looking for cleaner ingredients, purer ingredients and shorter ingredient statements," says Scott Corey, director of marketing for Kahiki Foods, based in Gahanna, Ohio. "There's been a halo of high sodium and high fat over the frozen food industry for a long time, so we're latching onto this trend of shorter ingredient statements and more pure ingredients that consumers are looking for," he says.