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Eddie eats it up.
The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication heard them roar.
A gathering to improve relations between bicyclists and motorists and improve safety on city streets drew only 16 people last week to the Charity Newsies building on Indianola Avenue -- but those who attended had some strong feelings on both sides of the equation.
An open house event is scheduled for today, July 31, at the recently remodeled National Church Residences Center for Senior Health-North, 1700 E. Dublin-Granville Road.
A man who is not allowed to be at a Graniteway Lane home showed up anyway at 5 p.m. July 26, according to the woman who lives there, Columbus police reported.
Tenasia Watson, a sixth-grade student at Woodward Park Middle School and the daughter of Brandy and William Watson, has been awarded $375 from Community Choice Financial Inc. in recognition of her outstanding performance in the classroom and within the community.
Northland area students who received associate, bachelor's, master's or doctorates at Ohio State University's 2014 spring commencement are:
Franklin County Children Services will seek a renewal levy on the Nov. 4 ballot.
Northern Lights Library
Further details about the planned renovation and expansion of the Columbus Metropolitan Library's Northern Lights Branch will be unveiled during a design meeting set for Tuesday, July 22.
The Columbus Charter Review Commission has recommended against creating wards or a combination of wards and at-large representation on city council.
Franklin County Board of Elections
The Franklin County Board of Elections was scheduled to reopen this week at its new digs: the former Kohl's department store at 1700 Morse Road.
Northland Community Council members agree that Columbus' crackdown on crime-plagued motels in the Northland area is a good thing.
Now that Kroger executives have shown confidence in the Northland area to the tune of a potential $20-million investment, it's time to make the grocery chain giant aware of what the community would like to see in a new store.
The date has been set to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Northland Community Council.
Throughout July, the Northland Chiropractic Center is offering a free exam and X-rays to anyone who brings in food to help stock a pantry run by a local church.
Produce from the garden will be eaten during a salad day later in the year. Other vegetables will be prepared for use in soup. The garden was made possible by a grant from the Friends of the Library.