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  • South State Street rebuild

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    Traffic travels through the busy intersection of State Street and Schrock Road Monday, April 13.

    State-Shrock headache ahead

    As the beginning of a massive project that will overhaul the intersection of State Street and Schrock Road looms in Westerville's near future, the city will have to pull more than $1 million from reserve funds, thanks to a low estimate from city engineers.
  • Five-year anniversary

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    Jodi Wilson, president and CEO at Diley Ridge Medical Center, says the facility is fulfilling its aim of being a community partner and a hospital with a "hometown feel." It is celebrating its fifth anniversary this year.

    Diley Ridge focused on being community partner

    After five years in operation, Diley Ridge Medical Center has more than fulfilled expectations in providing high-quality, "people-centered" care for the residents of southeastern Franklin and northern Fairfield counties, according to President and CEO Jodi Wilson.
  • Holocaust survivor Eva Kor talked to Upper Arlington students at the end of March. Kor wrote a book about her experiences called Surviving the Angel of Death: The True Story of a Mengele Twin in Auschwitz .

    Students touched by Holocaust survivor's story

    The horrors of the Holocaust have been well-documented, but Upper Arlington's middle school students and high school German students heard a firsthand account from survivor Eva Kor as she talked about her memoir, Surviving the Angel of Death: The True Story of a Mengele Twin in Auschwitz.
  • Weather where you live

    Still too early for planting

    So when Ohio's weather starts to dry out, can you begin putting the tomatoes and veggies in the ground? The answer is no!
  • Voters Guide — May 2015

    See who and what is on the ballot in your neighborhood.
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Sports

  • Girls Lacrosse

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    Miriam Bassani had 17 goals and 14 assists through four games for Kilbourne. The school's all-time leader in goals and points, Bassani was named first-team All-American last season.

    Kilbourne's Bassani elevates game

    Miriam Bassani not only is the most prolific scorer in the history of the Worthington Kilbourne High School girls lacrosse team, but she is regarded as one of the best prep players in the country.
  • Boys Tennis

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    Sophomore Graeme Green (left) and senior Nick Blair are among four returning state qualifiers for the New Albany boys tennis team.

    New Albany to build on last season

    The New Albany High School boys tennis team has full confidence that it can build on its accomplishments of last season, when it advanced two doubles teams to the Division I state tournament and watched one of them place third.
Commentary

Risk of injury can be worth reward for multi-sport athletes

The last two months have included a series of emotional moments for Dublin Coffman High School junior Gunnar Hoak.
Lacrosse

Coffman's Kraly makes most of last prep season

Senior midfielder Andrew Kraly is savoring his last chance to compete this spring for the Dublin Coffman High School boys lacrosse team.
Track & Field

State berth top priority for Lachey

Ali Lachey is driven by a memory.
Local Roundup

Family approach lifts Beechcroft tennis team

Beechcroft High School boys tennis coach Daphne Hess believes she got to see the character of her team firsthand early this season.
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Arts.Food.Fun

  • Table Talk

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    Mita Shah displays a cone with scoops of the "sitafel," made with cherimoya, also known as custard apple, and Asian berry ice creams at her store, Mardi Gras, 1947 Hard Road.

    Mardi Gras has the scoop on exotic ice cream

    Mita Shah has been making international flavors for 15 years at the Northwest Side store.
  • British composer/pianist Huw Watkins.

    Watkins equally happy with composing, playing

    Renowned British composer and pianist Huw Watkins will join ProMusica Chamber Orchestra as guest soloist and guest composer, as the orchestra features its second annual "Composer/Performer Project" concert this weekend in the Southern Theatre.

Fischer's Fab Five

Smokey Robinson, Eilen Jewell, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, and more round out the Fab Five.

Pair sees magic in performing 'Potted Potter' series mash-up

In the zany two-man play, Potted Potter: The Unauthorized Harry Experience, which plays the Capitol Theatre Tuesday, April 21 through April 26, James Percy plays Harry Potter ... and Joseph Maudsley plays every other character in the HP universe.
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