More German Village News
Salt & Pine, meant to evoke the wonder of nature, is the name of Chris Crader’s new downtown restaurant.
Columbus School for Girls, Third Annual Women's Leadership Network Breakfast, 7:45 to 9 a.m. Feb. 5, in the school's Agnes Jeffrey Shedd Theater and lobby, 56 S. Columbia Ave. Ann V. Klotz, head of the Laurel School and contributing author for The Huffington Post, will speak on the topic, "Cultivating Resilience in Our Girls & In Ourselves." There is no fee. To register, contact Vicki Hilbrands at 614-252-0781, ext. 131.
In Jimmy Mak's view, everyone wins at Quiz Box.
An ongoing heroin epidemic and more-organized thievery evidently have led to a spike in misdemeanor retail thefts in Columbus, say officials in the City Attorney's office.
Athletic Club of Columbus
The Athletic Club of Columbus is on a roll.
Rebekah Smith of German Village is now a partner at GBQ.
Columbus Public Health
Columbus Public Health officials continue to battle a syphilis outbreak they report has disproportionately affected gay black males.
Cloak & Dagger recently has revived Mystery at Camp Killapunk, described as a "Saw meets Glee" type of production.
Shiloh Todorov joined us just a bit more than three years ago.
Two robberies were reported Jan. 16 in the German Village area.
A Delaware student will show off her culinary chops on national TV.
Police officers tend to focus on enforcing laws, not changing or enacting them.
A Lewis Center man who "fell in love" with the Salvation Army through volunteer work has been selected to lead the organization's National Advisory Board.
'Where's the Line?' campaign
See something, say something is a popular axiom in battles against crime and abuse.
We have a strategic plan.
The German Village Society could seek to up its standing as a historic district.