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The oft-delayed Northstar Realty apartment, restaurant and retail proposal for the intersection of North High Street and North Broadway is being delayed once again.
The objective: Get buildings of at least 50,000 square feet to reduce their energy consumption by 20 percent annually.
The trombonists, drummers, tuba players and saxophonists in the Whetstone High School marching band -- like their quarterback, safety, tackle and tight-end counterparts on the football team -- are preparing for that first Friday-night game.
Come September, downtown Worthington will have a grocery store again.
Less than a year from now, Columbus will be teeming with library dignitaries from throughout the world.
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Indian Springs Elementary School, annual ice cream social, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Aug. 20, at the school, 50 E. Henderson Road in Clintonville. New and returning families are invited to meet teachers and other families prior to the start of school.
Clintonville Rotary will present the 6th annual Outdoor Movie in the Park at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 22, in Whetstone Park's lower meadow.
Clintonville and Beechwold area students who received degrees at the University of Cincinnati's 2015 spring commencement include:
The Americana/Folk Concert Series, co-sponsored by Mozart's Bakery & Piano Cafe and the Columbus Folk Music Society, will feature eclectic dulcimer virtuoso Bing Futch from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 23, at Mozart's, 4784 N. High St. in Clintonville.
People can soon go to Clintonville to match wits with zombies without the risk of having their brains eaten.
An email that seemingly went awry had left 5-year-old Jasper Thompson on the outside of Clinton Elementary School looking in -- and his parents looking into alternatives that don't include Columbus City Schools.
Clintonville Neighborhood Plan
The Clintonville Neighborhood Plan has been a hot topic of late, the result of a major development proposed for the heart of the community that opponents say deviates significantly from the six-year-old document.
A would-be robber left empty-handed from Chase Bank, 3655 N. High St., at 3:50 p.m. Aug. 12.