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  • Operation Evergreen

    Scott Berry, who lives in Shreve, unloads a truckful of donated Christmas trees Nov. 13 at the Ohio Department of Agriculture while Ron Baumgartner of Grove City removes the mesh wrap from the trees. The men were donating their time to Operation Evergreen, an annual program that ships Christmas trees to troops serving overseas.

    Trees carry messages of hope and home to troops overseas

    Volunteers lovingly tucked ornaments, notes and cards around 100 fragrant Fraser firs and white pine trees last week, hoping to put a smile on a soldier's face by sending holiday cheer from home through Operation Evergreen.
    Volunteer Carol Zishka of Orange Township examines the wares at the SourcePoint gift shop Nov. 16. The store, which sells a variety of goods crafted by members of the former Council for Older Adults of Delaware County, was created during a $535,000 renovation project at SourcePoint's offices in Delaware earlier this year.

    Residents respond to changes at SourcePoint

    SourcePoint officials credit new classes, a new name and a new look for attracting more members this year.
  • Veterans resource guide

    Guide to benefits, health resources and more for veterans of all eras.
  • Weather where you live

    Snow may be late this year

    Halloween has come and gone. The leaves are almost down. Thanksgiving is a week away.
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  • Hartley Roundup

    Hartley's Jaden Manley celebrates the Hawks' 28-20 victory over Bellevue in the Division IV, Region 12 final on Nov. 21 at Mansfield Madison. Hartley will play Middletown Fenwick in a state semifinal Saturday, Nov. 28, at Wilmington.

    Football squad to face Fenwick

    The Hartley High School football team's first meeting with a Greater Catholic League opponent since its 2010 state championship run likely will come down to which team runs the ball at a more successful rate.
  • Football

    Grandview Heights quarterback Andre Readey gets a lift from teammate Thomas Stanley as they celebrate a 25-14 victory over Fredericktown in the Division VI, Region 21 final Nov. 21 at White Field in Newark.

    Bobcats advance to state semifinal

    The Grandview Heights High School football team will get to spend Thanksgiving with family -- twice.
  • Football

    Olentangy senior quarterback Deeb Haber has passed for 2,835 yards and 31 touchdowns this season and is 29-4 as a starter in his career.

    Olentangy's Haber named Super 25 captain

    It might sound surprising to hear from a quarterback who is closing in on 7,000 career passing yards, but Olentangy High School's Deeb Haber long considered college baseball his future rather than football.

'Great season' ends with loss to Wayne

Hilliard Davidson High School football coach Brian White fought back tears as he huddled with his team for the final time this season Nov. 21 at Welcome Stadium in Dayton.
Girls Basketball

Tigers playing with urgency, determination

The Pickerington High School Central girls basketball team opened Nov. 21 with a 59-43 home win over Upper Arlington, eight months and 16 days after last season ended with a second consecutive district semifinal loss.
Reynoldsburg Roundup

Girls basketball team features young talent

Despite the loss of five 2015 graduates, Reynoldsburg High School girls basketball coach Jack Purtell was feeling optimistic about his team's potential throughout the preseason thanks to a solid group of young players.
Athletes of the Year

Honorees highlight 2015 fall season

As the fall season winds down, it's time to announce our Athletes of the Year.
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  • Table Talk

    Chicken biryani is one of the many dishes at Biryani Corner, which recently opened at 1381 Bethel Road.

    Passport Cafe owner thinks new concept will take off

    The owner of Passport Cafe & Catering will collect another culinary stamp with his new restaurant concept in Upper Arlington.
Zaftig Brewing

Zaftig Brewing: License transfer will clear the way for move

Zaftig Brewing is expanding its presence in Worthington, and soon will move to a site more than five times as large as its current location.

Staff Q&A: Any thoughts on butterscotch pudding?

Many ThisWeek staffers don’t prefer the flavor.

Chicken-keepers: New law would cost a lot of scratch

Feathers are flying over Columbus Public Health's proposal seeking tougher regulation of domestic farm animals.

Annual JCC film fest continues

Event tries to appeal to varied tastes.
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