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Port Columbus

New direct flights require customer demand, official says

What does it take to add new direct routes to other airports?
Franklin County Ballot Issue 6

Levy not about downtown zoo, official says

Tom Stalf is adamant: Issue 6 is not about a downtown zoo.
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.

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.

In the swing of spring

Egg hunt Saturday, then make way for ducklings

Clintonville children have been on annual hunts for brightly colored, candy-filled plastic eggs since the 1940s.
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.
Small Business Community Heroes

ThisWeek , Direct Energy to recognize community service

Direct Energy and ThisWeek Community News announce the launch of the first-ever Columbus Small Business Community Heroes award program. Nominations are being accepted until May 29. The online nomination form can be found by visiting directenergy.com/heroes.

North Broadway UMC to offer vacation Bible school

Registration is open for the North Broadway United Methodist Church's free vacation Bible school program to be offered June 23-27, at 48 E. North Broadway.

Non-profit to show documentary

Food For Good Thought will present a screening of the film Wretches & Jabberers at noon Friday, April 11, at Studio 35, 3055 Indianola Ave.
Fourth-generation businesses

Eagle Family Candy shop, Weiland's forge new partnership

Dee Dee Eagle always enjoyed the idea of being the fourth generation to run the family business.

CAC vote puts hold on Clinton Annex's demolition

The demise of the Clinton Annex has been delayed, but almost certainly not denied.

Last splash: Olympic Swim Club will close after '14 season

The Olympic Swim Club, known as Olympic Beach when it was built in 1938, will open for the 2014 season at noon May 24.
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.

Writer enlists CAC in quest to find teenager's killer

The summer of 1975 was a fairly innocent time for Columbus, in the minds of those looking back nearly four decades.

Local author's graphic novel to debut at expo

An epic graphic novel written by Clintonville resident Travis Horseman and illustrated by Italian artist Giancarlo Caracuzzo will debut at the Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo on Saturday, April 12.

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