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Franklin County Children Services is working hard to protect neglected youngsters and earn voters' trust, an agency official says.
The revived Halloween Hop tradition will return to Clintonville on Saturday, Oct. 25.
A Rush Avenue woman contacted Columbus police at 6:14 p.m. Oct. 16 to report that jewelry worth more than $6,500 had been stolen from her home. The victim said the items, which include a $2,000 medallion, were removed from the residence between noon Aug. 20 and noon Sept. 1.
Inexpensive tacos, craft beers and signature cocktails, particularly margaritas, are coming to Clintonville.
Franklin County auditor
Franklin County Auditor Clarence Mingo says his leadership experience and dedication to efficient property appraisals set him apart in his bid for re-election next month, while challenger Mike Schadek promises to bring greater transparency and more ethical accountability to the office.
Ohio House race
Like the days of yore, David Leland is knocking on doors, trying to get the pulse of the 22nd Ohio House District.
Nearly three-quarters of a century ago, Inga H. Smith's father presented her with his old Brownie camera for her 10th birthday.
Odds are good that the Shazzbots will sing their song Comic Book Shop when they perform Oct. 25 at the Laughing Ogre.
24th Ohio House District
The Nov. 4 general-election ballot will include three candidates vying to represent the 24th Ohio House District.
Issues 6, 7 and 8
Columbus voters will face Issues 6, 7 and 8 -- all amendments to the City Charter -- on the Nov. 4 general election ballot.
A few small seeds sprouted into great big pumpkins more than three decades ago from the compost pile at a community garden off what is now state Route 315.
A Neil Avenue man said he was robbed by someone who held a knife to his throat in his apartment at 11:30 p.m. Oct. 8.
Direct Energy and ThisWeek Community News are seeking nominations for the third annual Columbus Volunteer Citizen of the Year award.