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Phone thefts may lead to change in library policy

Catch-22 is a novel that can be found on the shelf of the Karl Road Branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library.

Coming up

St. Michael Church, Lenten Fish Fry sponsored by St. Michael Church 11445 Knights of Columbus, 5 to 8 p.m. Fridays, through March 27, at the church, 5750 N. High St., Worthington. Cost is $8 for regular dinners, $6 for small dinners and dinners of macaroni and cheese. All dinners include fries, cole slaw or apple sauce, roll and beverage.

Correction

Columbus City Councilman Zach Klein's annual salary is $53,585 -- the same amount as other council members except the council president, who makes $63,259.

NHS students continue Jeans for Teens project

Two Northland High School students wanted to do something to help clothe homeless youth in the Columbus area.
Closing problem establishments

Liaisons seek Block Watch support for stronger laws

The Columbus Division of Police community liaison officers for the precincts that cover the Northland area are seeking public support for a change in a state law and the passage of a city ordinance.

Police chief slates series of community meetings

Columbus Police Chief Kimberley Jacobs has scheduled a series of community meetings throughout Columbus over the next few weeks, one in each of the division's zones.

Energetic Rinehart remembered as 'visionary' mayor

Funeral services were held at New Hope Reformed Church in Powell Monday, Feb. 23, for former Columbus mayor Dana "Buck" Rinehart, who died at his home Feb. 18 after battling pancreatic cancer since 2013.
Police beat

Northland: Thieves steal $4,500 worth of copper pipes from home

A Tamarack Boulevard residence was reportedly burglarized and vandalized Feb. 21 at 1:39 p.m. The owner, a Woodspath Lane man, said the break-in took place between 9 p.m. Feb. 16 and 5:30 p.m. Feb. 18. Damage to drywall and two doors was estimated at $700 and $4,500 worth of copper pipes had been removed.

Omega Force to display strength of body, spirit

The Omega Force Strength Team, a Christian athlete group with the motto, "The World's Strongest Team with the World's Greatest Message," will put on several shows March 5-8 at CrossRoads Baptist Church, 5075 Cleveland Ave.

Winter's wrath might mean makeup days at CCS

Columbus City Schools officials are closely eyeing the calendar and the district's bank of calamity hours as a brutal winter continues to bear down on central Ohio.

Pre-K applications begin April 1

Columbus City Schools will accept full-day pre-kindergarten applications beginning April 1.

Making marks

Allexis Weaver, a Beechcroft High School student, was named a semifinalist in the Coca-Cola Scholars Program.

College notes

Ohio Dominican University has announced its fall semester 2014 dean's list. Students named to the list include Northland residents Tyler Honaker, Stacy Asiedu, Megan Cerne, Shalisa Dunn, Ntiri Nyarko, Amber Strohacker, Jamie Thithoff, Julia Weaver, Luke Howard and Christopher Hubbard.

Coming up

St. Michael Church, Lenten Fish Fry sponsored by St. Michael Church 11445 Knights of Columbus, 5 to 8 p.m. Fridays, Feb. 20 through March 27, at the church, 5750 N. High St., Worthington. Cost is $8 for regular dinners, $6 for small dinners and dinners of macaroni and cheese. All dinners include fries, cole slaw or apple sauce, roll and beverage. Clam chowder and desserts are available for $1 each. Drive-through and carry-out service will be available. For more information call 614-885-7814.
'You Can't Take it With You'

CAHS students set to stage 1936 comedy March 5-7

More than a dozen Columbus Alternative High School students have been busy in recent weeks rehearsing for a new production of a pretty old play.
Battling human trafficking

Event seeks to raise awareness about issues

Franklin County Municipal Court Judge Paul M. Herbert will be the featured speaker for a Feb. 28 event intended to increase awareness about human trafficking in central Ohio.

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