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    Runners begin the 38th annual Great Pumpkin Run 5K race Oct. 22 in Grandview Heights. Among the runners were 16 disabled residents who were helped through the course by volunteers from Worthington-based Team Heart & Sole.

    Disabled 'champs' bring heart to 5Ks

    Like any parent, Kim Buzard takes pride when her son, Billy, completes a road race.
  • Weather where you live

    Snowier winter predicted

    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's U.S. Winter Outlook is predicting above-average snowfall and near-average temperatures for Ohio.
  • Get tickets to the Super 25 Team awards banquet

    After more than two decades of naming the Super 25 High School Football Team in the papers, ThisWeek Community News will announce the team live at an awards banquet!
  • Trick-or-Treat

    Central Ohio communities have listed their 2016 Beggars Night schedules:
  • NEW: Marching Orders

    Check out ThisWeek's new special section devoted to the U.S. Armed Forces, with videos, stories, military notes, links and a veterans resource guide.
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  • New Albany Roundup

    Logan Spiess of the New Albany boys golf team lines up a putt on the 10th hole during the Division I state tournament Oct. 22 at Ohio State's Scarlet Course. Spiess shot a 76 to tie for for ninth place. The event was shortened to one day because of bad weather.

    Spiess ties for ninth at state golf tourney

    Bad weather forced Logan Spiess of the New Albany High School boys golf team to wait an extra day to compete in the Division I state tournament.
  • Johnstown-Monroe Roundup

    Johnstown's Jonah Armentrout (65) and Jesse Farley team up to take down Garth Medors of Watkins Memorial as Nate Taylor (11) closes in during their game Sept. 16. The Johnnies, who were 8-0 before playing Utica on Oct. 21, will close the regular season at Heath on Friday, Oct. 28.

    Johnnies set to tackle Bulldogs

    Aaron Latiolais has confounded opposing defenses this fall, but the Johnstown-Monroe High School football team may have some insight into corralling the Heath senior quarterback.
  • Golf

    Bexley's Trevor Binau tees off on No. 18 during the final round of the Division II state tournament Oct. 15 at Ohio State’s Scarlet Course. Binau earned medalist honors.

    Bexley’s Binau wins Division II boys state title

    Central Ohio did not receive a team trophy in the Division II boys golf state tournament Oct. 14 and 15 at Ohio State’s Scarlet Course, but two area sophomores finished with the top two individual scores.
  • Friday Night Live: 2016 Preview Guide

    Check out ThisWeek's comprehensive guide on central Ohio high school football teams, including rosters, schedules and an in-depth look at offenses, defenses and special teams. Or look for the guide at any central Ohio Menards store.
Updated 5:05 p.m. Oct. 25

Coffman's Crabtree suspended over recruiting violation

Dublin Coffman High School football coach Mark Crabtree has been suspended for the first two playoff games this season because of a recruiting violation, the Ohio High School Athletic Association announced Oct. 25.
St. Charles Roundup

Yakubov co-medalist at state

Evan Yakubov was familiar with Ohio State's Scarlet Course, and he played like it.
Girls Tennis

Jerome, CSG compete in state team tourney

The Dublin Jerome High School girls tennis team finished third and Columbus School for Girls took fourth in the Ohio Tennis Coaches Association state team tournament Oct. 23 at Reynoldsburg.
Girls Water Polo

UA captures state title

The Upper Arlington High School girls water polo team still rules the state.
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    Owner Vishal Patel holds two of his creations -- bowls with chicken tikka masala and paneer with korma sauce -- at Curry Up Indian Grill, 6181 Sawmill Road. The restaurant caters to Americans with quick-casual service and less-fiery flavors.

    Indian food gets Chipotle treatment at Curry Up

    A modern take on Indian food has entered the quick-serve realm in Columbus.
    Fortune Chinese Restaurant owner Jiahe Weng and manager Margaret Tong display dim sum at their restaurant, 3635 W. Dublin-Granville Road in Columbus.

    Fortune puts its stock in bite-sized dim sum

    For those who enjoy dim sum, Fortune is smiling in northwest Columbus.
    Brian Munk removes a chicken leg from the smoker at the Huntsman's Smokehouse, a new takeout-barbecue enterprise that also specializes in catering.

    Huntsman's delivers on takeout-barbecue model

    Since March, the Huntsman's Smokehouse has been rolling out its own brand of takeout barbecue enhanced by homemade sauces and proprietary dry rubs.

Proposed German Village tavern rejected by BZA

The latest Rockmill Brewery proposal in German Village has been rejected.
Carfagna's marks 80 years

Fourth generation enters trade

For Sam Carfagna and Dino Carfagna Sr., co-owners of the venerable family business founded by their grandfather 80 years ago, becoming the third generation involved in the enterprise was never a question.
Parsons Avenue

Leaders optimistic about reinvestment

Good news just keeps developing along Parsons Avenue.

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