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Local health officials want to assure a nervous public they are prepared for an Ebola outbreak in central Ohio.
The inaugural Great Placemakers Lab was deemed an overall success, but didn't go off without a few hitches, organizers said.
Local dogs, cats and other furry friends soon will get a chance to strut their stuff and be sanctified by the clergy.
Nov. 4 election
Franklin County Children Services is working hard to protect neglected youngsters and earn voters' trust, an agency official says.
In January, the German Village Society Board of Trustees set a purpose for a new Strategic Planning Task Force: to evaluate the Society's mission and vision and to recommend a strategic plan to guide the Society's focus and goals for the next 5-10 years.
Franklin County auditor
Franklin County Auditor Clarence Mingo says his leadership experience and dedication to efficient property appraisals set him apart in his bid for re-election next month, while challenger Mike Schadek promises to bring greater transparency and more ethical accountability to the office.
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The German Village Garten Club is accepting orders for its holiday greenery sale.
Ohio House of Representatives
Democrat Michael Stinziano is looking to maintain his seat as the representative from the 18th District of the Ohio House of Representatives, while Republican Robert Sharrah would like to take it away.
Crystal Courvier and Robert Byrley are going all out, trying to make their trick-or-treat stop a place to remember for this year's Monster Bash, slated for Oct. 18.
Something's percolating at 627 S. Third St.
One of my favorite duties as German Village Society president is thanking our supporters.
Stretch your legs, hoist a stein and get an education.
For the first time in its history, the Nationwide Children's Hospital Columbus Marathon and Half Marathon will start and finish at the same place.
Issues 6, 7 and 8
Columbus voters will face Issues 6, 7 and 8 -- all amendments to the City Charter -- on the Nov. 4 general election ballot.