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Dr. Carol Gillespie isn't quite ready to put down her drill for good.
Surveys will go out the first week of September to 1,500 randomly selected residents throughout Columbus who are 50 or older.
By now, the oohs and the aahs of students and parents walking into the brand-new Ecole Kenwood building on the Northwest Side probably have settled down into the routine of another academic year at the French-immersion program.
A woman and a girl said a man exposed himself to them and grabbed one of them by the breast at 6:53 p.m. Aug. 18 in the 4200 block of Indianola Avenue.
Spanish Immersion Academy
Even though it's now 29 years old, the Columbus Spanish Immersion Academy hasn't had a high profile, in the opinion of PTO President Monika Martin.
For the second year in a row, members of Clinton Heights and North Community Lutheran churches will collaborate to promote the idea of "Food for All."
* Hussain Al Dulaim of Clintonville recently graduated with a master's degree in accounting from the University of Dallas.
Clintonville-area artists Dani Leventhal and Melissa Vogley Woods have been selected as recipients of the Greater Columbus Art Council and the Columbus Museum of Art's 2016 Visual Arts Fellowship.
Clintonville-area students who recently were awarded scholarships from the Builders Exchange of Central Ohio include Quentin Pruneau and Logan Halterman.
Indianola Avenue losing lanes
Although he couldn't attend last week's meeting on a proposed "road diet" for Indianola Avenue between East North Broadway and Morse Road, Clintonville resident Terry Casey nonetheless made his feelings known in a blunt email to City Attorney Richard C. Pfeiffer Jr. and state Rep. David Leland.
In 1967, Simon and Garfunkel told us, "It's all happening at the zoo."
Why can't Columbus be more like Clintonville?
The members of Boy Scout Troop 474 don't do things by halves.
A woman said she believes someone shot her in the leg with a BB gun at 8 p.m. Aug. 9.