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Miriam Bowers Abbott joined Maple Grove United Methodist Church in 2002, about the same time the Rev. William Croy became the pastor.
When Nancy Willoughby was growing up in Syracuse, N.Y., her parents wouldn't let her have a dog.
Former Clintonville Area Commission Chairman John DeFourny often pointed out that the meeting room at the Whetstone branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library was included in the design specifically for the panel's monthly meetings.
The last time a cell tower was proposed near a residential area of Clintonville, there was a great hue and cry.
The members of a task force created by the Clintonville Area Commission to develop an illustrated map of the neighborhood now have a web presence.
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A Canal Winchester woman told Columbus police the people who gave her a ride to Graceland Boulevard at 10:19 a.m. Jan. 23 drove off with her purse containing $4,800 in cash.
Clintonville Area Commission members voted unanimously last week to recommend five projects to be constructed under the city's Urban Infrastructure Recovery Fund project over the next five years.
Although they led for three quarters, the Eagles fell to DeSales 36-33 on a last-second 3-pointer.
The Sierra Club Central Ohio is sponsoring a free screening of the 2010 documentary Bag It Sunday, Jan. 25, at Studio 35 Cinema and Drafthouse, 3055 Indianola Ave.
Mozart's Bakery and Piano Cafe will celebrate 20 years in business at this year's annual Mozart Festival & Open House.
An introductory meeting on a growing national movement that's coming to Clintonville will take place from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 25, at Clinton Heights Lutheran Church, 15 Clinton Heights Ave.
Serious love songs, the glow of dozens of candles, a humorous trivia quiz, and a live interview with Cupid will highlight a valentines concert by Bill Cohen.
The Clintonville Chili Bowl is being revived with a goal of helping children in some of the city's poorer neighborhoods be a lot less chilly this winter.
Columbus mayor race
The wait is over: Republicans have their candidate for mayor of the city of Columbus.
The Clintonville Education Committee will sponsor its 10th annual Elementary and Middle School Fair from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 22. The fair will be held at a new location: the Charity Newsies headquarters, 4300 Indianola Ave., between East Dominion Boulevard and East Schreyer Place.