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Winterfair artists pack expo center with gift ideas

More than 400 artists from across the United States will participate in Winterfair, the 38th annual juried fair of fine art and crafts presented by Ohio Designer Craftsmen.

Raising awareness of area's nonprofits easy as (pizza) pie

Pizza crafted by Lucky's Market emerged as the favorite among a plethora of pies at last week's inaugural Slice of Clintonville.

Children Services hopes to fulfill holiday wishes

Franklin County Children Services is seeking to make a brighter Christmas for local youngsters.

Safety meeting's ideas could help deter crime

The Clintonville Area Commission's safety and crime committee met last week in what Chairman Jason Meek hopes will become a quarterly gathering to collect information on trends and hear presentations on prevention.

Winterfair artists pack expo center with gift ideas

More than 400 artists from across the United States will participate in Winterfair, the 38th annual juried fair of fine art and crafts presented by Ohio Designer Craftsmen.
Police beat

Clintonville: Ring worth $10,000 among stolen items

A $10,000 platinum ring was among the items stolen in a burglary on Midgard Road that was reported at 8:04 p.m. Nov. 19.
Dr. Donald L. Burton

Passion led to creation of Ohio Wildlife Center

Colleagues of Dr. Donald L. Burton said wildlife never had a greater friend than the veterinarian and founder of the Ohio Wildlife Center.

UA parks director chosen to lead Metro Parks

Upper Arlington Parks and Recreation Director Tim Moloney was tapped last week to lead central Ohio's seven-county Metro Parks system.

Keller won't give up on proposal to cut bag use

Despite two delays, many proposed amendments and some community criticism, Clintonville Area Commission member Kristopher Keller said last week he remains optimistic that some version of his original proposal for addressing the environmental hazard of disposable bags eventually will be approved by the panel.

Pet food donations helping two organizations

A nonprofit organization that seeks to foster appreciation of all animals recently completed a two-week campaign to benefit two other all-volunteer groups that work to keep people and their pets together -- even when the people can't afford to feed their pets and even when the people don't have a home of their own.
Operation Evergreen

Annual project sends holiday cheer to troops

Soldiers stationed overseas will open some early holiday gifts this year -- fragrant, 6-foot white pines or Fraser firs donated by more than 40 tree farms and ready to trim with ornaments handmade by Ohio schoolchildren.

DeSales cast includes local student

DeSales High School junior Madalyn Laugherty of Clintonville is among the leads in the school's production of Yearbook.
Police beat

Clintonville: Driver to school volunteer: 'I'll run you over'

A safety volunteer at Indian Springs Elementary School, 50 E. Henderson Road, said she was threatened at 9:15 a.m. Nov. 14 by a driver she had advised to be more careful.
Reducing infant mortality

City buys wellness truck tractor, targets 3 hot spots

The city of Columbus took two significant steps last week in helping to reduce the infant mortality rate.

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