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National Stuttering Association

Columbus chapter's message: You're not alone

People don't mean to be unkind to those who stutter, but they often are, says Jaime Habing.

Coming up

Interfaith prayer gathering, 6 to 8 p.m. Dec. 10 at First Unitarian Universalist Church, 93 W. Weisheimer Road. The gathering will start with an interfaith prayer service, then feature a community potluck. Bring a covered dish to share. Call 614-849-0290.

College notes

* Clintonville-area students named to the Columbus State Community College dean's list for summer 2016 include: Rulla Abusubha, Devara Aryasta, James Baggs, Habiba Baouali, David Basye, Carrie Bayles, Thomas Beachy, Dave Beckman, Cary Bedinghaus, Adam Beeler, Jennifer Berry, Caroline Bolin, Charles Braithwaite, Jacob Branstetter, Nathanael Braun, Joshua Brooks, Theresa Bruskin, Daniel Cathcart, Natalie Charles, Wenfan Chen, Yijia Chen, Genevieve Chidester, Derek Choops, Muhammed Chowdhury, Benjamin Clark, Christian Clonch, Sun Hyung Cowan, Kaleb Curry, Kirk Doupe, Andrew Drobnick, Safaa El Bayed, Christopher Ellis, Rachel Frye, Russell Garrod, Timothy Glover, Michelle Gonzalez, Jennifer Gravenfox, Lauren Hedges, Jeff Hodge;

CRC's Kids Club gets $20,000 boost

The board of trustees of the Ingram-White Castle Foundation last week announced a $20,000 grant to the Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center's Kids Club after-school and summer programs.

Crime Cats book awaits stockings

Clintonville resident Wolfgang Parker, author of the Crime Cats children's mystery series, has released a "Suspicious Activity Book" for the holidays.
Extended-stay hotels

'Loophole' likely closed; local project unaffected

A change in the zoning code to bar extended-stay hotels from manufacturing districts -- expected to receive approval this week from Columbus City Council -- won't prevent one from rising at the former Dixie International Trucking site on Indianola Avenue.

Residents urged to stick to safe-driving pledge

People concerned about speeding on residential streets can help set the pace for other motorists by taking part in a new program.

Clintonville's tree lights up Sunday

The Clintonville Rotary's eighth annual tree-lighting ceremony will take place Sunday, Dec. 11, at the Whetstone Recreation Center.
Police beat

Clintonville: Electronics stolen during Indianola burglary

An Indianola Avenue man contacted Columbus police Dec. 1 regarding a burglary at his home that took place while he was out of town.
Columbus city attorney

Klein emerges as Dems' top pick

Zach Klein has emerged as the top Democratic candidate looking to replace Columbus City Attorney Richard C. Pfeiffer Jr., who has announced he would not seek re-election next year.

Donation a boost for society

It was a startling diagnosis for a man who never smoked in his life: stage III lung cancer.
Police beat

Clintonville: Potential buyer robbed instead

A man told Columbus police he was robbed by four people who attacked him at a home on Indianola Avenue after he went to the residence with a man he met in a bar at 9 p.m. Nov. 19.

Coming up

Clintonville Community Band and Choir holiday concert, 3 p.m. Dec. 4 at Whetstone High School, 4405 Scenic Drive. Admission is free.

Dancing in 'The Nutcracker'

Stuttering adults can find help in returning group

Following a three-year hiatus, the National Stuttering Association Chapter of Columbus was revived last month.
Tax abatements

Do the deals work? Study to determine

Using data from seven central Ohio cities, a Massachusetts agency will conduct a study to determine if tax abatements granted to businesses between 1995 and 2015 actually created economic growth or merely shifted the tax burden to others.

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