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CAC's letter futile; Clinton Annex soon will be razed

People hoping to preserve the Clinton Annex are pinning what would seem their last faint hopes on a letter from the Clintonville Area Commission asking members of the Columbus school board to "stay all efforts to demolish the building."

Artistic message of hope adorns library

A mural commissioned on the Near East Side last summer by ADAMH was so successful in bringing home the message, "Treatment Works, Recovery Happens," that officials have turned photos of the project into a traveling exhibit.

Ward 19-H voters will decide pair of liquor options May 6

Voters in Ward 19-H will find a local liquor option on the ballot when they go to the polls May 6. Phil Craig filed Feb. 5 for two location options for the newest iteration of Local Cantina, 3126 N. High St. One would permit weekday sales of alcohol; the other would allow for Sunday sales from 10 a.m. to midnight.
Republican race

Manley challenges Kunze in 24th House primary

Registered Republicans in the 24th Ohio House District will be asked May 6 to choose the party's representative in the November general election.

Early CAC vote set Tuesday

Early in-person voting is set for Tuesday, April 29, for the Clintonville Area Commission posts up for election this year.

Rat-control efforts ramp up in North Linden

The city of Columbus will move its rat-control efforts from Clintonville to North Linden.
Police beat

Clintonville: Restaurant, shop robbed at gunpoint

Two Clintonville businesses have been robbed at gunpoint in the last two weeks.

Bars team up to send girl to camp

Three Clintonville-area taverns are planning fundraisers to help send a 5-year-old area girl to a summer camp for children who have autism.
Zoo levy

Factions argue value of return on investment

Supporters and critics of Issue 6 are making their final arguments as the May 6 ballot nears.

Special Needs Science Fair marks 20th anniversary

The 20th edition of a science fair that holds special needs students in Columbus City Schools to the same standards as their peers is set for Friday, April 25.
Septic tanks not allowed

City to enforce law requiring sewer connections

Many Columbus property owners with septic tanks are facing thousands of dollars in fees and construction costs for being required to tap into the city's sanitary sewer lines.
I-270 at US 23

Major lane shift to begin so crews can trench street

As construction on the Interstate 270-U.S. Route 23 interchange moves into high gear, northbound motorists might need to shift into low gear.

Farmers' Market returns April 26

The Clintonville Farmers' Market (CFM) will start its 12th season Saturday, April 26, with spring produce, live music and a food demonstration by a local chef.

Seasonal Concepts will close its doors in June

After four decades in Clintonville and a 2012 move to the Northland area, Seasonal Concepts is calling it quits.
Two incumbents unopposed

Three seek to replace Wood in CAC's District 1

One of the three Clintonville Area Commission representatives whose seats are up for election this spring has opted not to run again.
Cycling in Columbus

Online survey will help city frame improvements

Columbus' investment in new amenities for bicyclists includes a public survey meant to make the city a more bike-friendly community.

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