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Antrim home converted to B&B

Jill and Peter Dole always planned to move to the East Coast – Bar Harbor, Maine, perhaps – and buy an inn to run. They would make the move when he finally retired from his career at a central Ohio tool and fastener company.

Ferret show had to scamper to find new venue

The Ferret Buckeye Bash, the annual show put on by Heart of Ohio Ferret Association and Rescue Inc., raises funds to care for the mischievous pets left homeless for one reason or another.
Northwest Civic Association

Development interest lured new trustees

When the Northwest Civic Association trustees resumed meeting earlier this month after the annual July hiatus, two new members had joined the board.

Commission backs plan to widen Olentangy Trail

Members of the Clintonville Area Commission met in special session last week to offer their support for a grant being sought by city officials to widen a section of the Olentangy Trail between Antrim Lake and Bethel Road.
Columbus Metropolitan Library

Homework Help Centers open for new school year

For the 10th year in a row, the Columbus Metropolitan Library system is offering kids a place to study after school.
Police beat

Northwest Side: Residents confront home burglar who kicked in door

A man and woman, both 27, said they confronted a burglar who had kicked in the door of their Hayden Road home at 1:55 p.m. Aug. 15.

Children's choir gets Carnegie Hall invite

Members of the Columbus International Children's Choir returned last month from participating in the 2014 World Choir Games in Latvia, earning gold and silver medals.

Apartment project gets NWCA approval, barely

Requests that would allow an apartment complex to be built on land currently zoned for industrial uses at 4692 Kenny Road narrowly squeaked by the Northwest Civic Association Board of Trustees last week.

NWCA gives nod to two variance applications

A Bethel Road business was given the green light by Northwest Civic Association trustees at last week's monthly meeting to relocate to greener pastures further down the road.

Zoo carousel's whirlwind trip began in Clintonville

At the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, a $1 ticket buys a trip spanning 100 years of central Ohio history.
Columbus City Schools

Free breakfast and lunch will be available to all

When Columbus City Schools students return to classes Wednesday, Aug. 20, free breakfast and lunch will be waiting -- for all of them.

Expo designed to attract young professionals

Young professionals throughout central Ohio are invited to a gathering that will showcase a dozen neighborhoods and what makes them attractive.
Police beat

Northwest Side: Man reports group of people stole cell phone, sunglasses

A 25-year-old Arkwood Court man told Columbus Division of Police officers he and a group of friends were in the 4700 block of Blairfield Drive at 2:30 a.m. Aug. 10 when they were attacked by a group of people.

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