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It took Cathy Daum 17 years to complete her first quilt.
The Northwest Civic Association Board of Trustees will resume its meetings Wednesday, Aug. 5.
Columbus Public Health is considering many options to battle heroin abuse, including a needle-exchange program for intravenous drug-users.
A Snouffer Place man filed a report at 12:20 a.m. July 21 saying that his girlfriend had lured him to a building near the intersection of Smoky Row and Summit View roads to talk, but when he got there her ex-husband was waiting to beat him up.
Dublin Irish Festival
From the reddest hair contest and Irish egg rolls to Gaelic Storm and the Highland Games, Dublin's Coffman Park will reflect the Emerald Isle everywhere.
Ohio State Fair
Michael and Sharon Sandlofer hope to dispel common myths about wolves -- and entertain people in the process -- when they bring their live Wolves of the World Show to the Ohio State Fair.
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Running a small business comes equipped with its fair share of headaches and heartache.
A 33-year-old Chaparral Road man said a former short-term employee of his was following him and his family and threatened them while they were at a business on Sawmill Road between midnight and 12:30 a.m. July 18.
Medical center groundbreaking
Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center officials broke ground last month for construction of a new ambulatory health care center in Upper Arlington's Kingsdale Center that they said will improve the health of people throughout the region.