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When the basement of Laura Staley's Clintonville home flooded in February 2000, she had no way of knowing that act of God would open the door to a whole new career.
Olympic Swim Club development
Columbus City Council members last week gave their final approval to a mixed-use project that will take the place of the former Olympic Swim Club on Indianola Avenue.
An ordinance that would enable Columbus officials to more easily shut down hotels and motels that are the scenes of ongoing, serious criminal activity could serve as an example for similar legislation throughout the country, according to an executive with the lodging industry.
Columbus mayor's race
Columbus mayoral candidate Zach Scott said he's trying to restore trust in local government by pushing two initiatives related to financial transparency and appointment of lobbyists.
An East Weber Road resident contacted Columbus police Aug. 2 to report he was informed two days earlier that an individual had threatened to burn down the church where he serves as a deacon.
There's an art to civility -- and members of Positively Clintonville hope young people in neighborhood schools will share it with the community at large.
Bishop Watterson High School has announced its honor roll for the fourth quarter of the 2014-15 school year.
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The State Library of Ohio has announced the promotion of Andy Ingraham Dwyer of Clintonville to chief information officer.
Clintonville Woman's Club, summer luncheon, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 19 at 3951 N. High St. The menu is ham loaf with a side dish. Options are offered for entree or salad bar including beverage and roll priced separately or in combination. Dessert also is 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.
Olivia Bump has perfect pitch, which is practically perfect for being a member of the All-Ohio State Fair Youth Choir.
The Aug. 6 meeting of the Clintonville Area Commission will be at a church, but not the one previously announced as the site.
A hearing is scheduled Thursday, July 30, on a proposal that would pave the way for the city to license hotels and motels -- as well as to pull such licenses if problems arise.
Planning for the 13th annual Cruise the Ville, one of the signature events of the Clintonville Area Chamber of Commerce, is coming along nicely, President Jenny Smith said last week.
If you see a group of people trying to catch circles of raw pizza dough on their heads next month, don't worry -- it's just one of the wacky legs of the third annual Clintonville Quest.
A Highfield Drive man said he pulled a gun on another man who had assaulted him and called him a terrorist in the 300 block of West Pacemont Road at 8:48 p.m. July 25.