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    Phillip Stevens, 10, of Upper Arlington talks with his mom, Nancy Stevens as he experiments with a computer flight simulator at the Youth Aviation Adventure booth during an open house Saturday, Oct. 3, at the Ohio State University Airport in Columbus.

    Learning on the fly

    The Blackhawk, which is used mainly for troop transport and medical evacuation, is based at Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base. VIDEO: Watch the Blackhawk perform maneuvers at the event.
    Heritage Middle School student Emily McGeorge sets up to sell her jewelry outside Sunny Street Cafe, 644 N. State St.

    7th-grader already an entrepreneur with 'Em's Gems'

    Emily McGeorge, a seventh-grader at Heritage Middle School, doesn't need to take any business classes. She's getting firsthand experience.
    Anne Nelson, center, and Sally Schill, right, both of Upper Arlington, discuss what colors to use as they help paint a mural at the NNEMAP Food Pantry, 677 E. 11th Ave. in Columbus. The pantry, operated by 33 central Ohio churches, served nearly 30,000 people in 2014.

    Community focus reflected in new NNEMAP mural

    The focus of the NNEMAP Food Pantry has always been on helping the community, first out of a house on Dennison Avenue, then in the basement of an old church in the Short North area of Columbus and now in a converted VFW hall at 677 11th Ave. near the state fairgrounds.
  • Weather where you live

    Wait for Indian summer begins

    Ohio's leaves are changing or may be past their peak color when warm, hazy southern air blankets the region.
    A line forms at the Franklin County Board of Elections last October.

    Election 2015 | Fall Ballot

    See what races and issues will be on the Nov. 3 ballot.
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  • Soccer

    Kilbourne players hold the Thombourne Trophy after beating the Cardinals.

    Kilbourne boys topple Cardinals for Thombourne Trophy

    Sophomore midfielder Jacob Roberts scored the only goal the Worthington Kilbourne High School boys soccer team would need during the first half, as the host Wolves beat Thomas 2-0 on Oct. 3 to capture the Thombourne Trophy.
  • Upper Arlington Roundup

    Upper Arlington goalie Will Collis secures a ball during the host Golden Bears' win over Watterson earlier this season. "He's stepped up and been even more of a leader," boys soccer coach Mic Rogers said. "He's that field general kind of guy. He talks a lot and organizes the defense right."

    Collis filling leadership role

    While Upper Arlington High School boys soccer coach Mic Rogers briefly chatted with referees after a 1-0 win over Marysville on Sept. 29, someone had to organize the team.
  • Girls Tennis

    Olentangy's Kathleen Jones (above) and partner Bri Brdicka won their second consecutive sectional doubles championship and will compete in the Division I district tournament beginning Friday, Oct. 9, at Hilliard Davidson.

    All seven Patriots qualify for district tourney

    The Olentangy Liberty High School girls tennis team continues to make program history.
  • Delaware Hayes Roundup

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    David Kelly and the Pacers boys golf team will compete in a Division I sectional tournament Thursday, Oct. 6, at Clover Valley.

    Godfrey seeks return to state

    Senior Grant Godfrey and the Delaware Hayes High School boys golf team will begin the postseason in a 14-team Division I sectional Tuesday, Oct. 6, at Clover Valley.

Hall to be honored by alma mater

Steve Hall, the former Grandview Heights coach and Ohio State men’s basketball player who died earlier this year, will be honored Feb. 13 by Haviland Wayne Trace, his high school alma mater.
New Albany Roundup

Girls runners focusing on postseason

As the calendar turned to the final full month of the cross country season, New Albany High School girls coach Herb Gregory began to see his runners turn a figurative corner.
Marysville Roundup

Girls golfers look to advance to district

Marysville High School senior girls golfer Emma Romine represented the program in the Division I district tournament in two of her first three seasons.
Watkins Memorial Roundup

Boys golfers are seeking district berth

Michael Giffin and the Watkins Memorial High School boys golf team got a final tuneup for the postseason when they competed in the Pickerington Central Invitational on Oct. 3 at Turnberry.
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  • Table Talk

    George Stefanidis, owner of the Easy Street Cafe, poses for a portrait inside his German Village restaurant Sept. 23. The restaurateur has opened a new location near Bexley.

    Easy Street Cafe brings Greek classics, quirks to Bexley area

    The restaurant specializes in gyros, salads, burgers and sandwiches.
  • Atalante will be in concert Sunday, Oct. 4, in Mees Hall at Capital University.

    Fischer's Fab Five

    The five best bets for this weekend.

Sock Hop Soda Shop mobile diner serves 1950s-style fun

Sock Hop Soda Shop, a mobile 1950s-style diner, is delivering root beer floats and chili dogs and is holding Hula-Hoop and dance competitions.

Winking Lizard/ Lizardville combo coming to Westar

Bar and restaurant chain Winking Lizard Tavern plans to open a Westerville location, taking over 496 Polaris Parkway.
Sweet Carrot plans

Owner makes commitment to respect site's history

Improvements slated for Worthington's former Kilbourne Memorial Library building, known as the 752 building, include a revitalized interior, a full-service kitchen and a raised terrace that will serve as a patio.
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