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Brown-bag lunch set May 5

Student wants to revive nonprofit summits

Jenny Lin, who became involved community and immigrant health issues in the Northland area while working on her master's degree, is seeking to "breathe new life into the old nonprofit summits."

Columbus students 'rock it out' at Exceptional Science Fair

The Bugman cometh to the Columbus City Schools Exceptional Science Fair at Beechcroft High from now on.

Judge retires to help fight against heroin

On his last day presiding over Franklin County Municipal Court's specialty program for heroin addicts, Scott VanDerKarr recalled last week that one of the defendants handed him a teddy bear.
Police beat

Northland: Performers lose cash, computer in car break-in

Two Georgia men, ages 20 and 39, said someone broke into their car late on April 23 or early the next morning while they were performing at Alrosa Villa, 5055 Sinclair Road. The two said the driver's-side window of the vehicle was smashed between 10:55 p.m. and 12:20 a.m. The thief or thieves made off with $3,500 in cash, a computer valued at $3,000, a $450 handgun, miscellaneous clothing and various other items.
$2.5 million project

Motts 9/11 exhibit to be second-largest in U.S.

The official kickoff of a fundraising campaign to construct a building to house 9/11 memorabilia at Motts Military Museum in Groveport is scheduled at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium on May 6.

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College notes

* Courtney Bliss of Columbus recently was inducted into the Bowling Green State University chapter of the honor society Phi Kappa Phi.

Immunizations offered first Thursday of each month

Franklin County Public Health will offer adult and child immunizations each month at the Clinton Township Division of Fire, 3820 Cleveland Ave., Columbus.

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Waste-reduction is goal for program

Warm weather brings with it many outdoor events, offering smiles, camaraderie, grilled foods and cold drinks.

Review of Win-Win school-district deal underway

The Win-Win legal accord that allows suburban school districts to serve parts of Columbus is up for renewal once again, meaning that the 30-year-old truce over annexations could be in jeopardy.
Police beat

Northland: Thief gains entry through home's sliding glass door

A 28-year-old Forest Elm Court resident reported a $3,000 wedding ring, a $1,000 wedding band and a handgun worth $300 were stolen in a burglary that took place between 4 and 7:30 p.m. April 17.
Ohio School Secretary of the Year

Clayborn advises 'calm head,' laughter

Lots of people say they love their jobs.
East Dublin-Granville Road

Corridor cleanup efforts gain momentum

Efforts to revitalize the East Dublin-Granville Road commercial corridor, similar to what was done on Morse Road but by a different route, are gaining momentum, according to Dave Cooper and George Schmidt.

Donation made to support redevelopment efforts

It was big-check time, literally and figuratively, at the outset of last week's Northland Community Council meeting.

Credit Counts program expands to Northland High

Columbus City Schools Superintendent J. Daniel Good's favorite high school got an upgrade last week.

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