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Graceland Kroger offers online orders

Kroger, 199 Graceland Blvd in Clintonville, is one of eight Kroger stores in central Ohio to recently expand its online grocery-ordering service, ClickList.

'Compass' evokes morality

The irony is not lost on Agnes Burris that she, a daughter of the Deep South, should one day be called upon to create artwork that celebrates her neighborhood's ties to the Underground Railroad.

Group shines light on Columbus' age-related obstacles

The first focus group that's part of an effort to make Columbus kinder and gentler to its older and wiser residents is being formed in the Beechwold neighborhood of Clintonville.

CAC will host Good for talk about district

Columbus City Schools Superintendent J. Daniel Good is scheduled to speak at the next meeting of the Clintonville Area Commission.

Teacher's 'dream' reality in art

It's been nearly a year since a longtime Clintonville resident took a leap of faith in launching an enterprise that aims to help children tap into their creativity.

Whetstone royalty

Members of Whetstone High School's homecoming court for 2016 are ... Homecoming is Friday, Sept. 30.
Police beat

Clintonville: Thief hits garage, steals skis, tools

Antique skiing equipment valued at $2,700, along with lawn equipment, tools and two tool boxes, were reported stolen at 10:38 a.m. Sept. 18 from an unlocked garage on East Weber Road.

'South Pacific' Production will aid NPAC

Longtime local television news anchor Cabot Rea will lend his vocal talents to a special production of the musical "South Pacific" next month at the Northland Performing Arts Center.
Homecoming at Whetstone

Grannan will lead parade; fest joins fun

Kathy Grannan is an "oncology nurse navigator" at OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital.

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On the move

* Christina Boesch, of Clintonville, is now an intervention specialist at The Learning Spectrum.

Taxpayers on hook for 'free' courses

"Free college credit" for seventh-graders and older students -- the lure of the popular dual-enrollment program that Ohio put into effect a year ago -- isn't free for school districts.
Local races and issues

First of four candidates nights set for Sept. 27

Dave Paul fears that, amid the storm and fury of the presidential election this year, people may be turned off by politics.

Room and board: Cafe will offer games, eats

Growing up in Dayton, Aaron Brown knew what family get-togethers would involve: board games.
Police beat

Clintonville: Jewelry worth $6,400 stolen

Jewelry worth $4,800 and $1,600 worth of watches were reported stolen in a burglary on Wynding Drive that took place between 6 and 10 p.m. Sept. 10.

New logo adorns CRC headquarters

The Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center has a new logo to help with observing the 45th anniversary for the settlement house.

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