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Unhappy Northland Community Council members reacted with bitter disappointment Tuesday, March 4, to the Columbus City Schools Board of Education decision to close Brookhaven High School.
Plans are moving ahead for a fall event to encourage families to be more physically active at four locations around the city, but the Northland location is now uncertain.
Members of a committee working to establish a centralized location for nonprofit organizations in the Northland area met with a consultant late last month who helped create a similar operation in Wisconsin.
NCC development committee
Northland Community Council development committee members disposed of both cases on last week's agenda in pretty short order, according to the panel's chairman.
St. Patrick's Day
After more than two decades, the Shamrock Club of Columbus will celebrate its last Irish Family Reunion at Veterans Memorial Auditorium.
Northland resident Sharon Fry was named to the dean's list at the University of Evansville for the fall semester. Fry is a music therapy major.
Mary Honaker, daughter of Bill and Stacey Honaker of Northland, has received an appointment to the Class of 2018 at the United States Military Academy at West Point.
State Auditor Dave Yost will be the guest speaker at the Northland Area Business Association's March 11 meeting.
International Women's Day
In Russia, Poland, Australia, parts of Africa and other countries throughout the world, International Women's Day is a pretty big deal.
A 24-year-old Ironwood Court woman contacted police at 11:15 a.m. Feb. 27 to say her apartment had been burglarized, possibly by someone she knows.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority is making it easier -- and free -- for downtown residents, workers and tourists to visit attractions within the central city.
Detectives are investigating a home-invasion robbery reported at a Tacoma Road apartment Feb. 20 that began at 12:55 p.m. and ended 11 minutes later, according to the police report.
Columbus Diaper Bank
Two central Ohio women, one of whom has never changed a diaper in her life and the other with a 7-month old positively burning through the things, were each moved by separate media reports about how hard it is for low-income mothers to pay for diapers.
A Delaware woman was sentenced in Delaware County Common Pleas Court Monday, Feb. 24, to four and a half years in prison in the death of a popular St. Francis DeSales High School teacher and coach killed while riding his bicycle last September along a rural road.
Susan Murnane was among the recycling faithful at her Bethel Village condominium complex.
Arnold Sports Festival
The Arnold Sports Festival will flex its economic muscles today through Sunday, Feb. 27 through March 2.