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The Women's Business Center of Ohio, In The Company of Women Lunch, 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sept. 10, at the Athletic Club of Columbus, 136 E. Broad St. The program is "Lessons in Leadership: The Business Imperative of Brand." The keynote speaker is Kimberly A. Blackwell, the principal and CEO of PMM. For ticket information, go to wbcohio.org.
East Dunedin Road, from Colerain Avenue to Indianola Avenue, will celebrate its 50th annual block party Labor Day weekend, Sept. 4, 5 and 6.
William F. Davis Sr. took a leap of faith a half-century ago, giving up a steady assembly-line job to go into business for himself in the specialized field of moving pianos.
Tonight's meeting of the Clintonville Area Commission still will take place at North Community Lutheran Church, although the reason for the move to the larger venue has once again been rendered moot.
The next Clintonville Homes Tour is intended to help participants think about the potential for their own residences.
State Sen. Jim Hughes (R- Columbus) recently announced he had introduced legislation that would make it easier to shut down dangerous properties by expanding Ohio's nuisance law to properties on which violent acts have occurred.
An East Henderson Road man contacted Columbus police at 6:43 p.m. Aug. 27 after discovering graffiti the day before on the lid of his garbage can.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority and car2go are partnering to provide complementary alternative transportation options to customers in the Linden and Clintonville areas.
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His knee was new to him.
The oft-delayed Northstar Realty apartment, restaurant and retail proposal for the intersection of North High Street and North Broadway is being delayed once again.
The objective: Get buildings of at least 50,000 square feet to reduce their energy consumption by 20 percent annually.
The trombonists, drummers, tuba players and saxophonists in the Whetstone High School marching band -- like their quarterback, safety, tackle and tight-end counterparts on the football team -- are preparing for that first Friday-night game.
Come September, downtown Worthington will have a grocery store again.
Less than a year from now, Columbus will be teeming with library dignitaries from throughout the world.
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