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Military Veterans Resource Center

Nonprofit's mission: Help veterans find jobs

It's a new name but the same mission for a Northland-based nonprofit organization that seeks to help veterans find jobs.
Sept. 9 meeting

Corridor study on NABA agenda

Some of the Ohio State University students who participated in a series of design workshops aimed at bringing further improvements to the Morse Road corridor are scheduled to be guest speakers at the next quarterly luncheon meeting of the Northland Area Business Association.
Ohio School Breakfast Challenge

Campaign encourages kids to eat in the morning

A full stomach makes for a more open mind.
Police beat

Northland: Cameras among $13,000 worth of items stolen

A $9,000 video camera was among $13,000 worth of items reported stolen in a burglary on Tamarack Boulevard North at 2 a.m. Aug. 20.

Budding entrepreneurs to get expert advice at expo

City officials are reaching out to people looking to start their own small businesses in Columbus.
Aug. 29-Sept. 1

Greek culture, food to be celebrated at festival

For 25 years, Tommy Pappas was content to be a behind-the-scenes guy at the Greek Festival.

Northland Swim Club puts out welcome mat

Missy Conely has worked at the Northland Swim Club for 40 years, the past 10 as pool manager.

Dual efforts aimed at helping senior citizens

The Northland Area Business Association and the Northland Alliance are working on two initiatives to benefit the neighborhood's aging population.

Ferret show had to scamper to find new venue

The Ferret Buckeye Bash, the annual show put on by Heart of Ohio Ferret Association and Rescue Inc., raises funds to care for the mischievous pets left homeless for one reason or another.

Children's choir gets Carnegie Hall invite

Members of the Columbus International Children's Choir returned last month from participating in the 2014 World Choir Games in Latvia, earning gold and silver medals.
Franklin County Auditor's Office

Local schools, municipalities to get cut of $10.5 million

The Franklin County Auditor's Office will return $10.5 million to local schools and municipalities after finding savings in the triennial update process.

Remy: Lower property values no cause for concern

Property values in much of the Northland area went down during the recently completed three-year update by the Franklin County Auditor's Office, Emmanuel V. Remy said last week.

Organizers await word on nonprofit mall grant

The ongoing effort to establish a central location for Northland residents who need the help of nonprofit organizations is making progress.
Police reports

Northland: Thief finds keys, steal's motel employee's vehicle

A $6,000 Toyota Corolla was reported stolen at 2:26 p.m. Aug. 14 from the 1200 block of East Dublin-Granville Road.
Columbus Metropolitan Library

Homework Help Centers open for new school year

For the 10th year in a row, the Columbus Metropolitan Library system is offering kids a place to study after school.

Merchant robbed of loose gems worth $200,000

The number practically leaped out of the police report: $200,000.

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