More German Village News

Seamstress stitches together five-decades-long career

Spending 50 years at Caskey's Dry Cleaning Co. wasn't enough for Mary Anders.
Art Crawl

Social media creatively connects event patrons

The 13th annual Art Crawl will feature a strong social media component, with the German Village Society encouraging visitors to post pictures and compete for prizes.

Franklin County Fair begins eight-day run July 12

Water-loving dogs, a demolition-derby class for riding lawn mowers and deputies on bicycles will be among the new features at the 2014 Franklin County Fair, scheduled July 12-19 at the fairgrounds in Hilliard.
West Nile

GIS maps help residents track virus reports

Columbus Public Health is using the latest technology to combat mosquitoes and the spread of the West Nile virus.
Ohio History Center

Exhibit highlights plight of endangered species

Here's a thought: Since the pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock in 1620, more than 500 species, subspecies and varieties of animals and plants in North America have become extinct.
Police beat

German Village: Burglars strike the German Village area

A rash of burglaries was reported last week in the German Village area.
Village Notebook

TeamWork again was key in successful tour

I want to tell you about Team Haus und Garten Tour 2014.

Ohio Expo Center Goodguys car show cruises into town July 11-13

Nearly 7,000 vintage muscle cars, hot rods and stock cars will roll into central Ohio for the Goodguys 17th PPG Hot Rod and Custom Car Nationals from July 11-13 at the Ohio Expo Center, 717 E. 17th Ave.

Tyler's Light to host its 3rd Annual Benefit Ride

A central Ohio organization that seeks to be a beacon of drug prevention and awareness not only regionally, but throughout the nation, this month will host an annual motorcycle ride to further its cause.

Urban living in historical setting

Village Notebook

Award recipients embody Village's community spirit

There is no proper way to fully repay or recognize the army of volunteers who dedicate themselves year after year and decade after decade to our organization.

Event crawling with art, entertainment

The 13th annual Art Crawl promises plenty of interesting art, food and entertainment.
Historic preservation

State awards tax credits to three area projects

The state of Ohio has awarded three local projects $5.4 million in Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits.
Actors' Theatre

Troupe staging Barber of Seville through July 27

The Barber of Seville, an enduring comedy classic, will be performed by Actors' Theatre of Columbus Thursdays through Sundays through July 27 at Schiller Park.
Police beat

Columbus police: Car break-ins continue in German Village area

Thieves continue to target motor vehicles in the German Village area.
Ohio Third-Grade Reading Guarantee

Columbus City Schools launches 'reading blitz'

The blitz is on.

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