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Open house circles back to OSU Airport

Barnstormer Brutus has found a home.

Plan full of 'lofty ideas' on improving local food access

Collaboration is the name of the game when it comes to improving the local food system.
Greek Festival

Redesigned layout allows more space for song, dance

The Greek Festival will take on a different appearance this year.
Police beat

NW Columbus: Man takes cash from Sawmill Road pharmacy

The CVS drug store at 7470 Sawmill Road was the scene of a robbery at 12:43 a.m. Aug. 23 according to a Columbus Division of Police report.

Curtain closes on theater troupe after four-year run

The board of directors of A Portable Theatre Inc., a professional touring company based in Columbus, announced last week the troupe will cease operations.
Ecole Kenwood

Cutting-edge school says 'bienvenue' to students

By now, the oohs and the aahs of students and parents walking into the brand-new Ecole Kenwood building on the Northwest Side probably have settled down into the routine of another academic year at the French-immersion program.

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Age-Friendly Columbus

Surveys first step in keeping seniors happy

Surveys will go out the first week of September to 1,500 randomly selected residents throughout Columbus who are 50 or older.
Police beat

NW Columbus: Man says he was robbed of money, clothing, ID

A 32-year-old man told Columbus police he was assaulted and robbed in the 2800 block of Bethel Road at 10 p.m. Aug. 15.
Happy to 102

Presentation focused on aging with a good attitude

Robert "Bob" Ballenger lost his wife to cancer almost a year ago. During the latter stages of her her battle against the disease, the Gahanna resident said he became her caregiver.
Grange Insurance Audubon Center

New director wants to increase profile, fundraising

Job No. 1 for Dawn Tabata is raise the profile of the Grange Insurance Audubon Center.
Spanish Immersion Academy

'Best-kept secret' moniker gone with new building

Even though it's now 29 years old, the Columbus Spanish Immersion Academy hasn't had a high profile, in the opinion of PTO President Monika Martin.
Off the court

Getting advice from a pro

Clark Kellogg shook his head and put his hand over his face.

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