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Tax help offered at Whetstone center

Trained and certified tax preparers will be available at the Whetstone Community Center, 3923 N. High St., to help low- and middle-income taxpayers prepare their 2015 federal and state tax returns.

Trio set to perform in shelter benefit

The Synchronicity Trio will return to Gethsemane Lutheran Church, 35 E. Stanton Ave., at 4 p.m. Feb. 28 to present classical and light classical music in its 11th annual Benefit Concert for Faith Mission Homeless Shelters.

Scouting news

Gianni George Parise, the son of Joseph and Lisa Parise, has achieved the rank of Eagle Scout.

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Columbus: Recycling effort hitting high marks

Marking its fifth anniversary this year, RecyColumbus is putting up admirable numbers, the city's environmental steward said.

After deal, idea to open up ravine is likely dead

Mike McLaughlin is both disappointed and encouraged at once.

Wigs do wonders for young girls

They call it a "reveal."
Protecting Clintonville's historic buildings

Commission: Proposal needs 'fine-tuning'

Clintonville Area Commission members will tackle the thorny issue of trying to preserve historic structures in the neighborhood -- but not until March 3, at the earliest.

Councilman's advisory panel lacks Clintonville proxy

Isom Nivins Jr., the city of Columbus liaison to the Clintonville Area Commission, will explore ways to have the neighborhood represented on an advisory committee formed last week by Council President Zachary Klein.

On the move

Columbus State Community College President David Harrison has named Stacia Edwards dean of the college's Delaware campus.

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College notes

Clintonville and Beechwold area students named to the 2015 fall semester dean's list at Ohio Dominican University include: Sharon Gunawan, David Tucky, Lucista-Claire Eklu-Natey, Caroline Somerson, Mara Somerson and Regina Smith.

School ties bring Ginther back to WHS

Andrew J. Ginther, the mayor, soon will return to where Andy Ginther, the student, once prowled the halls.

Coming Up

Imagine Productions, Best of Imagine: Volume 1 show, 7 p.m. Feb. 7 at Northland Performing Arts Center, 4411 Tamarack Blvd. The program highlights each of the company's past 16 shows. Tickets are on sale at https://tiktz.com.

College notes

Clintonville-Beechwold area students named to the dean's list at Otterbein University for the 2015 fall semester include: Seth Crowell, Amy Kear and Lorien Salyer.

Latest scoop: Whit's is coming

Chad Wells plans to bring a new chill to Clintonville.

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