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College notes

* Columbus-area students who received scholarships through the Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges' Ohio Scholars program include Kenneth Coleman, Niah Crockett, Michael Hawkins and Bruna Pinto.

Play revolves around famed artist being interrogated

The next production for A Portable Theatre will be A Picasso.

New bank branch to replace existing one

The project taking shape on the northeast corner of West Dublin-Granville and Sawmill roads is a new Huntington Bank branch.
Police beat

NW Columbus: Woman reports receiving unwanted texts

A 34-year-old Crossover Boulevard woman filed a telecommunications harassment complaint with Columbus police at 11 p.m. April 27.

Stars on stage at Walt Disney World

Five school choirs, orchestra and concert bands, including Centennial, performed on the Waterside Stage at Disney Springs, showcasing their talents to Disney guests.

Columbus students 'rock it out' at Exceptional Science Fair

The Bugman cometh to the Columbus City Schools Exceptional Science Fair at Beechcroft High from now on.

Litter pics could net prizes

A few years back, while joining a group cleaning up an area at the confluence of the Scioto and Olentangy rivers, Leslie Strader found a stuffed SpongeBob SquarePants doll floating in the water.
Police beat

Northwest: Robber flees on foot after taking cash from business

A business in the 2800 Bethel Road was the scene of a robbery at 8:56 p.m. April 24.

Bringing hope home

Several programs provide out-of-town patients and their families with places to stay while receiving treatment at medical facilities in Columbus.

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