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Clintonville Area Commission
The development proposal for one of Clintonville’s main intersections is being delayed for consideration by the area commission once again.
Clintonville Woman's Club, summer luncheons, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. July 15 and Aug. 19 at 3951 N. High St. The July luncheon will feature a Christmas theme with a turkey dinner and all the trimmings; the August event will feature ham loaf with a side dish. Options for entree or salad bar include beverage and roll priced separately or in combination. Dessert is also available. Reservations are encouraged but walk-ins are welcome; call ahead to reserve a card table if desired. For more information call the club at 614-68-5525.
Bill Cohen will perform a concert about many different aspects of death from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Sunday, July 12, at the Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resource Center, 14 W. Lakeview Ave., Columbus.
The North High Polar Bear Alumni Associaton's 24th annual North on the Fourth will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 4, at the former North High School, now known as Columbus International High School, 100 E. Arcadia Ave.
A Clintonville church that's been around a large number of years but now has a small number of members came up with one last symbolic gesture to celebrate its centennial.
July Fourth celebration
Clintonville's July Fourth celebration will come off again this year, probably without a hitch, depending on the weather.
When the Clintonville Area Commission convenes at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 2, it will fall to Secretary Libby Wetherholt to officially open the meeting.
The Cooper State Bank Branch at 5090 N. High St. was the scene of an armed robbery at 6:52 p.m. June 26.
Red, White & Boom
The 35th annual Red, White & Boom celebration will introduce a new craft-beer park, feature a national musical act and honor Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman who has decided not to seek a fifth term this year.
The event, which also officially kicked off the Village in the Ville program for senior citizens, featured food trucks, craft beer and music.
Columbus City Council President Andy Ginther defended himself Monday, June 22, regarding links to a bribery case, refuting the notion that he was involved in pay-to-play politics with the city's red-light camera provider.
Like other parents of autistic teenagers, Esther Brody began to wonder about her son's future.
The Clintonville Area Commission is recruiting new members for its committees for 2015-16, departing Chairman Daniel B. Miller announced last week.
A Worthington resident said he was willing to give a man a quarter when he asked for one at 11 p.m. June 19 in the 4900 block of Arbor Village Drive.
Students attending Columbus City Schools will be back in class Aug. 26. To prepare for the 2015-16 school year, the district is encouraging parents to enroll early and avoid potential delays in class scheduling and bus service.
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