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The Women's Business Center of Ohio, In The Company of Women Lunch, 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sept. 10 at the Athletic Club of Columbus, 136 E. Broad St. The program is "Lessons in Leadership: The Business Imperative of Brand." The keynote speaker is Kimberly A. Blackwell, the principal and CEO of PMM. For ticket information go to wbcohio.org.

'Traditional' bowling alley pins hopes for future on new sign

It has been called the "Country Club of Ohio bowling centers," and part of the name is "Palace," but the 64-lane bowling alley at the Columbus Square Shopping Center doesn't pretend to exclusivity or cater only to royalty.

Panel gives nod to 2 variances, 1 rezoning request

Northland Community Council development committee members decided last week that Patty Neff can have a two-car garage along with a carport at her Joos Avenue residence.
Milano's Florist

No recommendation issued on rezoning request for property

Although a cellphone tower is all that's specifically on the table for a rezoning request involving 2.83 acres at 1448 Morse Road, nearby residents have some long-term concerns about potential future development of the former Milano's Florist site.
Greek Festival

Food, entertainment return in familiar setting

A celebration of food, drinks, music, dancing, arts and crafts returns Labor Day weekend at the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 555 N. High St. in the Short North.

Church to hold AIDS-prevention forum Wednesday

Livingston United Methodist Church is hosting "Just Save One, Ohio," an educational forum and fundraiser on HIV/AIDS.
Police beat

Northland: Residents report finding bullet holes in apartments

Residents in two North Meadows Boulevard apartments reported that someone fired a gun into their residences at 10:45 p.m. Aug. 27.

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Energy Challenge flickers in Columbus

The objective: Get buildings of at least 50,000 square feet to reduce their energy consumption by 20 percent annually.
National Senior Games

90-year-old Baird brings home golfing gold

His knee was new to him.
2015-16 Jefferson Series

McCullough will return to New Albany on June 8

David McCullough, the first speaker at the New Albany Community Foundation's A Remarkable Evening fundraiser, will return to the city next year for a Jefferson Series lecture.
Labor Day Arts Festival

Event will feature work by more than 150 artists

More than 150 artists and 25,000 visitors are expected to take part this year in the 49th annual Upper Arlington Labor Day Arts festival.

Lamborghini test-driver Balboni to attend Italian Gathering

The Italian Gathering will celebrate its 10th year with one of the biggest names in Lamborghini.
Ohio State University Airport

Investment will pay many dividends, dean says

People who want their Amazon.com orders delivered the same day might one day have research being conducted at the Ohio State University Airport to thank for finding ways civilian-operated drones can share air space with planes, David B. Williams, dean of the OSU College of Engineering, said last week during an appearance before the Columbus Metropolitan Club.

NABA launches 'Lunch and Learn' program

The Northland Area Business Association launched a new "Lunch and Learn" series last week.

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