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North Columbus Neighborhood Book Club, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. July 7 at Tim Hortons, 955 E. Dublin Granville Road, Columbus. The topic for July will be the non-fiction book Beyond the River: The Untold Story of the Heroes of the Underground Railroad by Ann Hagedorn.
Carmen Bagley likens what happens at Epworth United Methodist Church every Fourth of July to something out of the Bible.
Sandy LaFollette, once again chairwoman of the Northland Independence Day Parade, is anticipating perhaps as many as 100 entries in the 2015 edition of the event.
The "bowling alley" is set to become the last piece of the puzzle in the large-scale Lifestyle Communities Preserve Crossing development off Morse Road.
Pressure is mounting on some Columbus officials as a two federal investigations widen at City Hall.
A Coghill Drive resident told police at 10:42 a.m. June 25 his briefcase had been stolen from his vehicle, although he didn't know where or when the theft occurred.
Like other parents of autistic teenagers, Esther Brody began to wonder about her son's future.
Red, White & Boom
Chris Jamison has been caught in a whirlwind since finishing third on the television show The Voice in December.
The German Heritage House will become the site of a restaurant and beer garden this fall.
Red, White & Boom
The 35th annual Red, White & Boom celebration will introduce a new craft-beer park, feature a national musical act and honor Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman who has decided not to seek a fifth term this year.
Officers responding to reports of a shooting in the 4600 block of Tamarack Boulevard at 2:48 a.m. June 17 found a 21-year-old Westerville man wounded in an apartment. The man said he had been shot by someone who fired a gun through the window.
Northland resident Jaeda Rivera is among the more than 200 young dancers from 21 states who are participating in the BalletMet Dance Academy 2015 Summer Intensive.
Actors' Theatre of Columbus'
Richard III is going gangster.