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It will be a familiar sight for central Ohioans: Charity Newsies volunteers will hit the streets Dec. 12 to raise money to help clothe Franklin County's school-age children in need.
Columbus officials are accepting applications for free installation of sump pumps with battery backups extended to some Clintonville homeowners.
A task force appointed by Clintonville Area Commission Chairman Kristopher Keller to explore "tweaking" the neighborhood plan is scheduled to give a report at the CAC's next meeting, scheduled Thursday, Dec. 3.
The Clintonville Area Commission's Historic Buildings Committee and Clintonville Historical Society will host another photo shoot Dec. 6.
Rutherford Funeral homes is collecting items to wrap and give to seniors in assisted living facilities during the holiday season.
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Local folk singer Bill Cohen will offer an alternative to shopping on Black Friday.
History and mystery will converge once again in the third Crime Cats children's book by Clintonville author Wolfgang Parker.
The Clintonville Rotary has launched a "Win with Rotary" fundraising calendar.
Clintonville and Beechwold area residents recently were initiated into the honor society Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. They include Jiukun Che, Kelsey Woods, Benjamin Beall, Bonnie Babb-Cheshul, Jazz Glastra, Kelly Regan and Liner Xu, all initiated at Ohio State University.
Storytellers of Central Ohio, "Tellabration 2015 For Grown-ups," 7:30 p.m. Nov. 21 in the Ohio History Center Auditorium, Interstate 71 and 17th Avenue. Doors open at 7 p.m. For this event a grownup is someone who can comprehend and appreciate a 90-minute concert of diverse and entertaining stories. All tickets are $5. For more information go to socotales.org.
The Clintonville Energy Collaborative is a small group of solar advocates with big plans for 2016 and beyond.
Experience Clintonville has named a new board president in business owner Olivera Bratich.
The longtime owner of a retail institution in Clintonville will be saluted at the final Clintonville Farmers' Market of the season Saturday, Nov. 21.
Clintonville and Beechwold students named to the honor and merit rolls for the first grading period of the 2015-16 school year at St. Charles Preparatory School are: