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Northland community leaders react to shooting at YMCA

Northland community leaders expressed shock and sadness about the April 16 shooting death of a man in the parking lot of the North YMCA on Sandalwood Place.

Spring stroll

Port Columbus

Official: New direct flights require customer demand

What does it take to add new direct routes to other airports?

Proposed permanent levy not about downtown zoo, official says

Tom Stalf is adamant: Issue 6 is not about a downtown zoo.

NCC asked to back group-home legislation

Northland Community Council representatives were urged at a meeting earlier this month to back legislation that would more strictly regulate group homes.
Cycling in Columbus

Online survey will help city frame improvements

Columbus' investment in new amenities for bicyclists includes a public survey meant to make the city a more bike-friendly community.
Small Business Community Heroes

ThisWeek , Direct Energy to recognize community service

Direct Energy and ThisWeek Community News announce the launch of the first-ever Columbus Small Business Community Heroes award program. Nominations are being accepted until May 29. The online nomination form can be found by visiting directenergy.com/heroes.
Police beat

Northland: Student attacked while walking home from school

A girl told officers she was punched repeatedly by two people who jumped out of a car to attack her as she was walking home from school at 3:15 p.m. April 7.

Seasonal Concepts will close in June

After four decades in Clintonville and a 2012 move to the Northland area, Seasonal Concepts is calling it quits.
Columbus Dance Theatre

Troupe's yearly benefit show moves to new Northland venue

Columbus Dance Theatre is now in its 16th season, "which is a pretty long time for a professional dance troupe to keep going," founder, artistic director, choreographer and dancer Tim Veach said last week.

Seasonal Concepts will close doors in June

After four decades in Clintonville and a 2012 move to the Northland area, Seasonal Concepts is calling it quits.
Finding new uses for high school

Remy's advice: Keep pressure on about Brookhaven building

Northland Community Council President Emmanuel V. Remy is urging members of the group to keep pressing Columbus City Schools officials to find new uses for soon-to-close Brookhaven High School and its surrounding property.

City orders crackdown on repeated false alarm calls

Two strikes and you're fine.
Thurber House Author

Weston tries to be a 'helpful big sister'

Carol Weston might live in New York City, but her career as a writer started gaining momentum in German Village.

Longtime officer's skills, heritage help garner honor

Retirement seems far off for Columbus Division of Police Robbery Squad detective Greg Franken.
Green Columbus

Volunteer options abound for Earth Day celebration

Green Columbus is giving residents plenty of ways to participate in Earth Day activities across central Ohio.

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