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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.
Ohio State Fair
Michael and Sharon Sandlofer hope to dispel common myths about wolves -- and entertain people in the process -- when they bring their live Wolves of the World Show to the Ohio State Fair.
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Food for All, a joint effort between North Community and Clinton Heights Lutheran churches, will be held to promote hunger awareness in the Clintonville community and fill the shelves at the Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center with nonperishable food and/or collect cash for other suppl-ies.
Dr. MaryAnn Everhart-McDonald of Clintonville re-ceived the 2015 Special Achievement Award from Otterbein University's Alumni Association.
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Running a small business comes equipped with its fair share of headaches and heartache.
Glen Echo bridge
Clintonville Area Commission member David Vottero said last week he has enlisted the help of a state representative in an effort to have decorative touches added to the Indianola Avenue bridge over Glen Echo Ravine.
The members of the Clintonville Area Commission's historic-buildings committee will lead a photo walk of 11 significant structures Saturday, July 25.
A laptop computer valued at $2,000, a $450 cellphone and a pair of sunglasses worth $200 were reported stolen from a vehicle parked in the 100 block of East California Avenue at 6:41 a.m. July 17.
A funny thing happened on Bonni Korcok's way to opening a retail store selling all-natural personal care products: She wound up fighting bedbugs, instead.
They may sport menacing pseudonyms such as Krystal Brawl, Mia Malicious, Saracuda and Izzy Akillya, but Clintonville Killer Dollz skaters are just as much about empowerment and self-esteem as they are about full-contact mayhem.