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Cat Welfare Association
Not all felines are regal, aloof, exuding confidence as well as indifference.
Ronald McDonald House
In the late 1970s, Judy Skinner heard only whispers that Columbus would be home to a Ronald McDonald House.
An overflow crowd so large the Columbus Division of Fire intervened packed Whetstone Library's meeting room for last week's monthly session of the Clintonville Area Commission.
By a narrow margin and over the objections of some nearby residents, Clintonville Area Commission members last week recommended approval of two variances that would permit construction of a Rusty Bucket Restaurant & Tavern at 4109 N. High St.
A Broad Meadows Boulevard woman, 19, said another woman threatened to attack her while they were at the intersection of Olentangy River Road and Dodridge Street at 8:30 p.m. Sept. 5.
Raising Cane's Ohio officials managed to soothe the anger of Clintonville residents sufficiently by last week that members of the area commission approved speeding up a demolition permit.
The grocery store that's also part gallery will hold three more exhibitions of works by local artists before the year is out.
Sept. 21 at four city locations
Let's Move, Columbus, an effort to get families to make physical fitness a part of everyday life, is just around the corner.
O'Meara to retire Nov. 30
John O'Meara will retire Nov. 30 after 16 years as director of the Franklin County Metro Parks.
The last time a Clintonville Area Commission meeting threatened in advance to burst the seams of its two-hour time limit, Chairman Daniel B. Miller called for a special session 60 minutes earlier to focus solely on development issues.
The pool closed permanently after Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 1, and plans call for it to be replaced by an apartment complex.
Variance requests that would have permitted a 100-foot cell tower to go up less than 50 feet from residential property near Indianola Avenue were unanimously rejected last week by members of the Board of Zoning Adjustment.
Preparations for the third annual Clintonville Arts and Music Festival are going like a charm, says Anand Saha, founder of sponsoring organization Experience Clintonville.
A Springs Drive woman told officers she was attacked and knocked unconscious as she exited her home through the back door between 12:50 and 1 p.m. Aug. 28.
Growing up in a conservative Jewish family in New York, Jodi Kushins never thought about what it meant to be Jewish.
Actors' Theatre of Columbus
An updated, hilarious look at a suspenseful novel will close out the summer season of Actors' Theatre of Columbus.