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Greenleaf 'ascends together' with its workers

Jennifer Kuntz created a summer job for herself so her special-education students wouldn't lose their jobs over the summer.

Gathering will prove Clintonville has the write stuff

Clintonville's literary side will be front and center Sunday, Oct. 18.

Oct. 20 forum at library homes in on pair of state issues

The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Columbus will hold an elections forum Tuesday, Oct. 20, titled "Marijuana and Monopolies: Understanding Issues 2 and 3."

Wholly Craft celebrates 10 years

Wholly Craft, 3515 N. High St., Columbus, will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a party from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17, at the shop.
Police beat

Clintonville: Sounds of break-in mistaken for maintenance work

A woman told Columbus police she misidentified the sounds of someone breaking into her Delhi Road home at 3:30 p.m. Oct. 9, and as a result, some vintage jewelry was stolen.

Coming Up

Ohio Plein Air Society, Painting in the Park, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 17 at Trouville, a condominium area at the corner or Tremont and Kenny roads in Upper Arlington. All painters, whether an OPAS member or not, are invited to paint anything you choose. This is an informal event and beginners are welcome. For information, email
Issue 15

With 2014 loss in mind, zoo asks for renewal levy

The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is asking Franklin County voters for their support of Issue 15, a 10-year renewal levy that will appear on the Nov. 3 ballot.
Raphael agrees to guilty plea

Lobbyist says he acted alone in Redflex dealings

Lobbyist John Raphael agreed last week to a guilty plea of extortion in connection with an ongoing investigation into his relationship with Redflex Traffic Systems, the city's former red-light camera provider.

Idea for 'Little' libraries has grown in big way

The name says it all: They're little, they're free and they're libraries.

Coming Up

Center for Community Solutions, a free community forum, Ohio's Opiate Epidemic: How Should The Community Respond?, 7 to 9 p.m. Oct. 13 at the Fawcett Center at Ohio State University, 2400 Olentangy River Road. Sam Quinones, award-winning reporter and author of Dreamland: The True Tale of America's Opiate Epidemic, will discuss the origins of Ohio's heroin and pain-pill addiction crisis and how communities have responded to the challenge. This free event also will feature a panel of experts to respond to his remarks. For registration, which is required, visit Events-Other.
Clintonville Area Commission

New Bibibop variance OK'd amid parking uncertainty

Parking, always a controversial and complicated issue in Clintonville, was front and center at the Thursday, Oct. 1, area commission meeting.

Federal funds sought to pay for bridge enhancement

Clintonville Area Commission members voted unanimously last week to ask city officials to spend up to $75,000 of the neighborhood's Urban Infrastructure Recovery Fund money on restoring the historic look of the Glen Echo Bridge as part of a major repair project that will close the span for six months or more next summer.

CAC gets updates on plastic bag project, ADAMH levy

David Celebrezze, the city of Columbus' Greenspot coordinator, provided Clintonville Area Commission members with an update last week on a pilot project related to single-use plastic bags.

Final link of Alum Creek trail completed

Columbus has completed the last segment of the Alum Creek Greenway Trail, linking 22 miles of the scenic route from Westerville and Easton to Three Creeks Park near Groveport.
Issue 14

ADAMH seeks renewal levy in November

The Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board of Franklin County will return to voters this year seeking support for a five-year, 2.2-mill renewal levy to appear on the Nov. 3 ballot.
AMC Ohio Pharmacy

Naloxone available without prescription

A local nonprofit organization is the first in Franklin County to start selling naloxone without a prescription, according to the state board that oversees distribution.

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