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Coming up

Veteran Career Fair, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 3 at the Fawcett Center, 2400 Olentangy River Road, Columbus. Military and disabled American veterans will host this free hiring event to help veterans, transitioning military personnel, National Guard members, Reserve members and spouses connect with employers. For more information, visit

Military notes

U.S. Air Force National Guard Airman 1st Class Nicholas E. Reardon, son of Edward Reardon of Sunbury, recently graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland.

CRC hosts LifeCare Alliance center

LifeCare Alliance recently opened a new wellness center in the Clintonville Beechwold Community Resources Center East, 3222 N. High St.
Carfagna's marks 80 years

Fourth generation joins trade

For Sam Carfagna and Dino Carfagna Sr., co-owners of the venerable family business founded by their grandfather 80 years ago, becoming the third generation involved in the enterprise was never a question.
Ohio House 24th District

Issues king as men with Clintonville ties battle

The Republican and Democratic candidates for the 24th District seat in the Ohio House of Representatives can agree on at least one thing: Hitting the campaign trail has been fun.

Costumed marchers join farmers-market fun

It's Spooktacular time again.
Police beat

Clintonville: Housesitter has bad news for resident

A West Como Avenue man returned from being out of the country to learn from a house-sitter that his apartment had been burglarized while he was away, according to a report filed at 1:31 p.m. Oct. 15 with Columbus police.

CAC committee’s next photo shoot set Oct. 26

The Clintonville Area Commission’s Historic Buildings Committee will hold a third Photo Gallery Wednesday gathering Oct. 26.

He's got a way with curds

What a friend Kent Rand has in cheeses.

Coming up

Peace Corps Stories, 7 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at the Main Library, 96 S. Grant Ave. The event will feature two authors who have served in the Peace Corps as well as several Columbus-area volunteers retelling their experiences through stories. For more information, email peacecorps@

College notes

* Clintonville-area students who recently graduated from Ohio State University include Samuel Auricchio, Christina Avila, Lauren Bailes, Sonya Bangalore, Aneil Baron, Marianne Birie, Brandon Bryant, Ann Bryner, Dylan Cahn, Zachary Carson, Michael Chaney, JieKai Chen, Wei Chen, Jamie Church, Kelly Claborn, Suzanna DeHart, Jillian DeSimone, Sally Dunlap, Rebecca Favorito, Derek Foley, Emily Foster, Rao Fu, James Gallagher, Lauren Gebhardt-Kram, David Hall, Kylie Harwell, Brooke Heslep, Lauren Himmel, Eric Hoffman, Erin Houston, Yuanyuan Huang, Gabriela Jakubowska, Benjamin Jara Valencia, Hyeyoung Kim, Sara Klips, Yuanxin Li, Jean Lin, Hsun-Chia Lin, Qiuping Lu, Jennifer Lundine, Jasmine Martin, Victoria Measles, Sara Mernitz, Jose Monroy, Michelle Nguyen; Markus Novak, Richard Patterson, Michael Presley, Rebecca Price, Scott Ramage, Lindsey Rankin, Matthew Scheidt, Ezra Schricker, Haleigh Scott, Christa Seymour, Junfeng Shi, Trent Steidley, Haley Swenson, Kelsey Toolis, Angela Tu, Audrey Umpleby, Jayesh Vallabh, Nathan Vaughn, Haili Wang, Zihao Wang, Jeremy Weiss, Andrew Wendruff, David Wetherholt, Jason Wright, Tianni Wu, Samuel Yacinthe and Xinyue Yao.
Age Friendly Columbus

Feedback rolls in at Beechwold forum

As far as Katie White is concerned, last week's major step in improving Columbus for its older residents could not have gone better.

Clintonville marathoners add more miles overseas

This year marks the fifth anniversary of the Nationwide Children's Hospital Columbus Marathon's "ambassadors" program.
Police beat

Clintonville: Man robbed of $30,000 cash at gunpoint

A Westerville man told Columbus police he was robbed at gunpoint of $30,000 in cash between 7:30 and 8 p.m. Oct. 6.

COTA calls November sales-tax renewal 'critical'

With half of its funding sources expiring at the end of the year, the Central Ohio Transit Authority is seeking to renew its 10-year, 0.25 percent sales tax on the Nov. 8 ballot.
Art With Heart

Auction will benefit no-kill animal shelter

This month, Buckeye State artists will band together in Clintonville to auction their works in support of a nonprofit animal shelter said to be one of central Ohio's most prolific at linking people with pets.

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