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Kendra Tak and Olivera Bratich recently joined the board of the Clintonville Farmers' Market.
Columbus City Schools will accept full-day pre-kindergarten applications beginning April 1.
Taste of Clintonville 2015 will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. Monday, March 30, at Mozart's, 4784 N. High St. in Clintonville.
The trio of gardening enthusiasts that has organized tours since summer 2012 to showcase the best landscaping in Clintonville is seeking new host sites this year.
Columbus Agrarian Society
Former farms that grew a crop of houses are once again producing food.
The first 10 buildings chosen for special attention by the members of the Clintonville Area Commission's historic preservation committee are in no danger of being torn down, says the panel's chairwoman, Nancy Kuhel.
As the IRS's April 15 deadline looms, many are procrastinating on filing their 2014 tax returns.
Jewelry valued at $14,000 was stolen in a March 20 burglary on Wetmore Road, according to Columbus police reports.
Hannah Cabral, a Clintonville resident, was named Miss Junior Dance of Ohio 2015.
Columbus Park of Roses, Spring Pruning, 8:30 a.m. March 28, starting at the volunteer office at the south end of the enclosed shelter house, 3901 N. High St. The public is invited help Columbus Recreation and Parks garden staff and volunteers with the annual task of pruning. Light refreshments will be served. People are asked to bring garden gloves and hand pruners. No gardening experience is necessary. Pruning usually takes several hours so participants are asked to dress for the weather. For more information, go to parkofroses.org.
Ohio Dominican University has announced its fall semester 2014 dean's list. Students named to the list include Clintonville residents Elizabeth Mathews, Rachel Bailey, Katelyn Dawes, Bernadette Gallant, Laura Hartman, Samuel Kramer, Mara Somerson and Regina Smith.
When the late Mike Harden devoted his Sept. 13, 2009, column in The Columbus Dispatch to the book Sorry, Downtown Columbus Is Closed, author I. David Cohen suddenly found himself much in demand as a speaker.
Jaiza N. Page is becoming a veteran of Columbus City Council community meetings.
Although -- fingers crossed -- shoveling snow likely is off local to-do lists until next winter, it's still very much on the minds of those interested in Village in the Ville.
The Columbus Park of Roses Volunteer Program invites hardy garden enthusiasts to help with the annual task of pruning more than 12,000 roses from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, March 28.
Bishop Watterson High School has announced its honor roll for the second quarter of the 2014-2015 school year.