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For the fifth consecutive year, a peloton established in honor of cancer crusader Stefanie Spielman was the top grassroots fundraising team for a bicycle tour to support the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center-Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute.
A nonprofit organization that seeks to foster appreciation of all animals recently completed a two-week campaign to benefit two other all-volunteer groups that work to keep people and their pets together -- even when the people can't afford to feed their pets and even when the people don't have a home of their own.
Reducing infant mortality
The city of Columbus took two significant steps last week in helping to reduce the infant mortality rate.
Columbus International Children's Choir
Practice, practice, practice isn't all that it takes to get performers to Carnegie Hall.
A Mithoff Street woman said a man she didn't know threw a water bottle at her car Nov. 15 at 7:01 p.m. while she was driving on Hayden Road.
Incumbent Franklin County Auditor Clarence Mingo will spend another four years in office after being re-elected during the Nov. 4 general election.
Franklin County Children Services
Voters gave their blessing to a 10-year, 1.9-mill renewal levy sought by Franklin County Children Services.
Columbus City Charter Amendments
In what charter amendment proponents called a vote of confidence in the leadership of city government, Columbus residents resoundingly approved 19 changes, bundled into three separate issues, to the City Charter during the Nov. 4 general election.
Northwest Civic Association
Something practically unprecedented occurred at the Northwest Civic Association board of trustees meeting last week.
The Northwest Civic Association board of trustees last week heard an informal presentation regarding a potential 39- to 40-home single-family development off Godown Road.
The cold temperatures kept people and some of the dogs bundled up as they played at the park.
A visit to the emergency room is traumatic by nature, but its often-chaotic environment can pile on the stress.
A Hayden Road woman, 24, said a pearl necklace worth $400 was all that was taken in a burglary that took place at her residence between 1 and 9:30 p.m. Nov. 8.