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The Ohio State School for the Blind marching band will perform Monday, May 25, during the 2015 National Memorial Day Parade in Washington, D.C.
Slowly but surely, customers of the Northern Lights Branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library are beginning to find their way to its temporary quarters inside the former Brookhaven High School, 4077 Karl Road.
Debra Penzone, president of Charles Penzone Salons, was speaking to a group of middle school students at a mother-daughter event a few years ago.
Scofflaws need not apply
Common sense, William Logan believes, ought to prevail.
An anonymous donor has given nearly 10,000 students in Columbus City Schools the gift of books.
The process for developing a Food Action Plan for Columbus and Franklin County is moving along, helped by recent community meetings in the Northland area and Clintonville, according to Noreen Warnock, co-founder of Local Matters and now director of community outreach for the not-for-profit organization.
Columbus rockers Phil Dirt and the Dozers this month will use an annual hometown show to support a fledgling nonprofit group that seeks to provide canine companions to U.S. military veterans dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder and injuries from battle.
Two men reported being robbed at gunpoint of their wallets, $10 in cash and two $100 cellphones at 7:28 p.m. May 14 in the 4500 block of Northtowne Boulevard.
Bishop Watterson High School has announced its honor roll for the third quarter of the 2014-15 school year.
The next Northland Community Shredding Day to help residents avoid identity theft will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 16, in the parking lot of Menards, 1805 Morse Road.
Victorious Life Christian Center, service with evangelist Stacy Bishop of Findlay, 4:30 p.m. May 17 at at 1875 Tamarack Circle N. For more information call 614-496-9754.
When members of the Clintonville Woman's Club decided as part of an anniversary celebration to participate in the Columbus Metropolitan Library's Reading Buddies initiative, they had to turn to a sister neighborhood.
Northland Village plans
Developer Mo Dioun is seeking to arrange a community meeting that would give Northland residents an advance look at a proposed new major Kroger store for the neighborhood and gather some opinions.
In offering assurances late last month about the psychiatric hospital his New Jersey-based firm plans to locate in a former hotel on East Dublin-Granville Road, SUN Behavioral Health CEO Steve Page's basic message was: Trust us.
Jim Jones, a teacher, administrator and coach of long standing at St. Francis DeSales High School, was honored as Educator of the Year at last week's Northland Community Council Volunteer Awards Banquet.
Andy Ginther was understandably pleased with Election Night results May 5.