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Columbus Year in Review

Resignations, mayor's race, health matters top headlines

Columbus Mayor Michael B. Coleman stunned the city in November when he announced he would not seek a fifth term in office.

Speaks gets nod as Columbus public safety director

With a desire to make Columbus safer and a passion for public service, George Speaks said he was able to hit the ground running last week as the city's new director of public safety.
Police beat

Northwest Side: Man assaults woman, damages belongings

A Millbench Court woman told Columbus police officers a man had assaulted her in her apartment between 10 p.m. Dec. 13 and 2 a.m. Dec. 14, according to police reports

Winning moves

Centennial defeated Northland 39-12 in the meet.
Columbus mayor's race

Ginther says it's 'all about neighborhoods'

The race for Columbus mayor heated up last week, when City Council President Andrew Ginther entered the contest, as expected.

City asks for opinions of 'green community' plan

The city of Columbus is calling on residents to put a fine point on its latest green community plan.

As dorms empty, Goodwill helps manage the mess

Goodwill Columbus and Ohio State University's Office of Student Life have partnered to give students a way to responsibly dispose of their unwanted materials as the fall semester ends.

Store selling 'ugly' seasonal sweaters back in business

Not just any old ugly Christmas sweater will do for Nate DeMars.
Columbus mayor's race

County sheriff decidedly in; GOP's Hughes 'considering'

In the race to be the next mayor of Columbus, Zach Scott might have gotten out of the gate quickly, but even he says others soon will be nipping at his heels.

NWCA Board of Trustees approves variance requests

The three zoning and variance matters not dealt with by the Northwest Civic Association in November because of a lack of a quorum were handled at last week's final meeting of the year.

Charitable Pharmacy seeks yuletide generosity

While many nonprofits seek donations of toys, food and clothing during the holiday season, the Charitable Pharmacy of Central Ohio has put out the call for another critical need: medicine.

Charity Newsies will hit streets this weekend

Members of the Charity Newsies once again will don their white jumpsuits and take to the streets to raise money for Franklin County schoolchildren in need.
Police beat

Northwest Side: Promised lottery reward was actually a scam

An 81-year-old Cheviot Drive woman contacted the Columbus Division of Police Dec. 4 at 11:46 a.m. to report she had fallen victim to a scam.

Shamrock Club sets holiday show

The Shamrock Club of Columbus' 12 annual Christmas Show is planned for 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 13, at the club, 60 W. Castle Road in south Columbus.

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