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When officials with the National Church Residences Center for Senior Health on East Dublin-Granville Road asked Northwest Side resident Brenda Doner to help organize an intergenerational event, they may have gotten more than they bargained for.
A hearing is scheduled Thursday, July 30, on a proposal that would pave the way for the city to license hotels and motels -- as well as to pull such licenses if problems arise.
Columbus Public Health is considering many options to battle heroin abuse, including a needle-exchange program for intravenous drug-users.
Among the items missing following a burglary on Poplarwood Road that was reported at 10:40 a.m. July 22 was a baseball card collection valued at $1,000. The man who reported the crime said it took place between 12:30 p.m. July 17 and 4 p.m. July 20. Also taken were $2,500 in miscellaneous jewelry and two guns, one worth $600 and the other $300.
Walk with a Doc
Participation in the Walk with a Doc program sponsored by the North Side Health Advisory Committee is up 91 percent so far this year compared with 2014, Arielle Lippman of Columbus Public Health reported at the panel's monthly meeting last week.
Ohio State Fair
Michael and Sharon Sandlofer hope to dispel common myths about wolves -- and entertain people in the process -- when they bring their live Wolves of the World Show to the Ohio State Fair.
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This kid stacks up
Northland Community Council President Emmanuel V. Remy said last week he is working to arrange a meeting with National Church Residences officials regarding the possibility of the nonprofit organization expanding its role along East Dublin-Granville Road.
Boats left on trailers
When the July 7 Northland Community Council meeting reached the point when Columbus Division of Police liaisons hear complaints from civic association representatives, the main topic was boats.
A Columbus police officer found a man who had been shot through the knee at 12:30 a.m. July 17 at the intersection of Carahan Road and Sharbot Drive.