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Board of health gives Northland-area grocery store one more chance

Saraga International Grocery in the Northland area has been given a month to clean up its act.

Photographer trying to kick-start tiny cookbook

A tiny cookbook for little children is Catherine Murray's big ambition.
Sept. 21 at four city locations

Gyimah predicts Let's Move event will do well

Let's Move, Columbus, an effort to get families to make physical fitness a part of everyday life, is just around the corner.
Morse Road

Study shows corridor needs more improvements

The Morse Road business corridor is more parking lots than people-friendly.

Noise complaints require two calls to get action

When it comes to complaints about loud noise, one call accomplishes nothing at all.
Police beat

Northland: Equipment stolen after thief uses garage door opener

Equipment valued at $9,000, including a welder, was stolen from a Blue Ash Place address during a burglary reported at 8:30 p.m. Sept. 8.
Sept. 20 fundraiser

Cristo Rey ready to show off renovated facility

A year after opening a Columbus school to provide new opportunities to underprivileged students, Cristo Rey Columbus High School will unveil its newly renovated facilities during a garden party fundraiser on Saturday night.
Cat Welfare Association

Shelter plans open house to show off renovated space

Not all felines are regal, aloof, exuding confidence as well as indifference.

Commercial overlay sought for stretch of state Route 161

Northland Community Council representatives voted unanimously Sept. 2 to request creation of a regional commercial overlay for East Dublin-Granville Road between Ponderosa Drive and Sinclair Road.
Police beat

Northland: Man escapes injury when gun repeatedly misfires

In a report filed at 1 p.m. Sept. 5, a Northgrove Court resident said a man tried to shoot him numerous times with a pistol that kept misfiring.

Agreements reached on public-nuisance motels

The owners of the shuttered Super 8 Motel on East Dublin-Granville Road entered into an agreement with the Columbus City Attorney's Office late last week in which they admitted to operating a public nuisance and received permission to resume business Dec. 1.

NCC decries lack of North Side code enforcement

During last week's Northland Community Council meeting, President Emmanuel V. Remy complained about what he called a "distinct shortage of qualified code-enforcement officers" for the neighborhood.

Portion of proceeds from golf outing will aid YMCA North

The 10th Northland Area Business Association Golf Outing is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 18, at York Golf Club, 7459 N. High St.
O'Meara to retire Nov. 30

Metro Parks chief ready to embark on new trail

John O'Meara will retire Nov. 30 after 16 years as director of the Franklin County Metro Parks.
Northland Hotel Inc.

Agreements reached on public nuisance motels

The owners of the shuttered Super 8 Motel on East Dublin-Granville Road entered into an agreement with the Columbus attorney’s office Friday, Sept. 8, admitting to operating a public nuisance and receiving permission to resume business Dec. 1.

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