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Brookhaven class to hold reunion

The Brookhaven High School Class of 1966 will hold a 50th reunion Aug. 26-28 at the Columbus Airport Marriott, 1375 N. Cassady Ave.

Franklin County to offer immunization clinics

Franklin County Public Health will offer adult and child immunizations by appointment only from 9:40 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 7 at the Franklin County Public Health building, 280 E. Broad St., Columbus.

SWACO seeks grant applicants

The Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio seeks applicants for the Community Waste Reduction Grant Program, a competitive grant program open to all nonprofits and government organizations in Franklin County.
Caretakers of a Legacy awards

Whittier Street renovation among honorees

Jim Negron's daughter, Heidi, wanted to move to German Village and he wanted to help.
Merion Village Association

Residents say Parsons plan needs reworked

The most recent draft of the Parsons Avenue reconstruction project isn't sitting well with the Merion Village Association.
Village Notebook

Make your impact on neighborhood, help fix a sidewalk

People from throughout the world and the city visit German Village, live in German Village, and love German Village.
Police beat

German Village: Cars targeted for break-ins

Thefts from vehicles were recently reported in the German Village area, according to Columbus Division of Police incident reports.

Treasurer hunter's paradise

Collin Sauer, 8, of Columbus performs O Come Little Children on his violin during the Village Valuables yard sale May 14.

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Columbus Landmarks Foundation

Moore given preservation work honor

A German Village woman known for shining the spotlight on historic preservation recently found herself the center of attention.
Actors' Theatre

Othello, tent party to kick off 35th season

Actors' Theatre of Columbus will have a busy 35th season.
Village Notebook

Key meeting about Third Street is set for Saturday

If you care about the Third Street revitalization and safety project, I need you to attend a meeting Saturday, May 21.

Painter returning to German Village

Susan Cox is preparing for her second art show in German Village.
Volunteers needed

Tending to Schiller Park kicking into high gear

It's go time at Schiller Park.

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