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Columbus mayor's race
The race for Columbus mayor heated up last week, when City Council President Andrew Ginther entered the contest, as expected.
Overbrook Presbyterian Church, "Blue Christmas" service, 7 p.m. Dec. 19, at 4131 N. High St. The public is invited. For more information, call 614-261-1040.
The First Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbus, 93 W. Weisheimer Road, will present a holiday concert at 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 21.
Sara Adams and Ron Taylor are the first recipients of the annual Northern Kiwanis Community Support Award.
For Clintonville, the year drawing rapidly to a close was marked by various comings and goings, each of which managed to upset at least a portion of the population.
Mack Schneider, a veteran member of the Ohio Roller Girls roller derby team, wants others to be able to take their skating to the next level.
A Clinton Heights Avenue residence was broken into between 2 and 10:32 p.m. Dec. 12, a resident told Columbus police.
The fifth-annual HolidayVille returns to Clintonville from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 14.
RecycleForce Columbus and Lucky's Market have announced an e-Waste collection event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 13, at Lucky's Market, 2770 N. High St., Columbus.
Brass Band of Columbus, free concert, 4 p.m. Dec. 14 in the main sanctuary of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 2001 Northwest Blvd. The band will perform holiday favorites. The public is invited.
The Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation has selected Columbus North International High School to receive a donation of musical instruments.
Million Lego for Kids, a local nonprofit founded in Clintonville, is calling for new and used Lego donations this holiday season.
Parent and community volunteers are sprucing up the school in anticipation of an open house on Jan. 14, 2015. There will be two other cleaning sessions, on on Dec. 29, 2014 and the other on Jan 10, 2015. Anyone wishing to volunteer is welcome to attend.
Clintonville Area Commission members last week finally managed to approve a resolution that calls on city officials to take steps to reduce the use of plastic shopping bags.
An "educational kitchen" and tiny store should be allowed to open in a house at 3870 N. High St., even though the Clintonville Neighborhood Plan rules out additional retail in that area, commissioners decided unanimously at last week's meeting.
Daniel B. Miller, a lawyer, says there's the letter of the law, and then there's what is fair.