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Saraga International Grocery got a new lease on life when it recently switched hands.
A former Columbus State Community College golf course off Agler Road is now the new campus for an expanded local branch of a network of charter schools that serve disadvantaged students.
When Fariba Mohammadyar came to the United States 18 years ago, she was leaving behind Europe, where she grew up, and Iran, where she was born.
The topic was bound to come up.
The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission is working with the Columbus District Council of the Urban Land Institute and Columbus 2020 on a study of population growth through 2050.
Issues 6, 7 and 8
Columbus voters will be asked to approve 19 city charter amendments -- appearing as Issues 6, 7 and 8 -- on the ballot Tuesday, Nov. 4.
A juvenile told officers he was dragged into a car by two men who went through his pockets and struck him between 4 and 5 p.m. Oct. 20.
Scott Dowling and Sandy LaFollette would like to be replaced as co-chairmen of the North Side Health Advisory Committee.
The Northland Area Business Association and Vaud-Villities Productions Inc. will co-sponsor a Fall Fun Fair on Saturday, Oct. 25.
Charter changes outlined for NCC
Deep review of the city charter led to 19 proposed revisions; They will appear as 3 grouped issues on the ballot
The "fundamental law of the city" can use a little updating after more than a century, state Rep. Michael F. Curtin said at the Oct. 7 Northland Community Council meeting.
To ban the bag or not?
The 18th semi-annual Northland Shredding Day is set for Saturday, Oct. 25.
State Route 161
The next-to-last community cleanup of East Dublin-Granville Road for 2014 is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 25.
Pizza Mart on Sinclair Road is back in business after a fire nearly a year ago threatened to close the venerable establishment for good.
A Tamarack Boulevard resident, 28, said one man held him in a choke hold while another assaulted him with a belt at 12:11 a.m. Oct. 19, Columbus police reported.
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.