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Clintonville residents "heart" Clintonville. They even like its ZIP codes.
Clintonville institutions are keeping up their push to end human trafficking.
Wellness coach Barb Parrott is asking for the public's help in breaking a world record Saturday, March 7.
Despite a harsh second half of winter, Ohio Department of Transportation officials say plans for the U.S. Route 23 and Interstate 270 portion of the North Side Fix project are still on schedule.
An archeologist who recently wrote a thesis focusing on an Indian mound in Clintonville will speak at the next "Wine, Desserts and History" fundraiser for the Clintonville Historical Society.
A woman who works for a firm in the 2700 block of North High Street said a customer became irate and threatened her at 2 p.m. Feb. 26.
Funeral services were held at New Hope Reformed Church in Powell Monday, Feb. 23, for former Columbus mayor Dana "Buck" Rinehart, who died at his home Feb. 18 after battling pancreatic cancer since 2013.
Fresh off the release of their second full-length CD, members of the Christian band Living Water will continue to spread their message during Lent.
St. Michael Church, Lenten Fish Fry sponsored by St. Michael Church 11445 Knights of Columbus, 5 to 8 p.m. Fridays through March 27, at the church, 5750 N. High St., Worthington. Cost is $8 for regular dinners, $6 for small dinners and dinners of macaroni and cheese. All dinners include fries, cole slaw or apple sauce, roll and beverage. Clam chowder and desserts are available for $1 each. Drive-through and carry-out service will be available. For more information, call 614-885-7814.
It's been five months since the owners of the former Olympic Swim Club announced they were rethinking plans for redeveloping the property off Indianola Avenue.
Columbus City Schools
Dan Good will lead the Columbus City Schools district for another three years.
Columbus City Schools officials are closely eyeing the calendar and the district's bank of calamity hours as a brutal winter continues to bear down on central Ohio.
A Dublin couple reported at 10:50 p.m. Feb. 20 that their car had been stolen from the 3000 block of Indianola Avenue.
6-1-Pho, offering Vietnamese-style street food, is opening July 1 in Clintonville.
Clintonville boasts so many health-care practitioners, traditional and otherwise, that CAC member Kristopher Keller, a chiropractor, and Lily Shahar Kunning, owner of Boline Apothecary, decided they wanted to flaunt what the neighborhood has to offer.
Volunteer of the Year
As far as the 2015 ThisWeek Booster Community Volunteer of the Year is concerned, the people who nominated him for the honor deserve it even more than he does.