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Budding middle school musicians are working with members of the Jazz Arts Group of Columbus to help the young people tap into their creativity.
Donna Glanzman credits her parents with instilling an instinct to altruism in her.
The B&G Tool Co. will add a new manufacturing facility adjacent to its existing headquarters on the Northwest Side.
March primary election
Mike Mentel will make another run at political office this spring when he takes on fellow Democrat Paula Brooks in the race for a seat on the Franklin County Board of Commissioners.
The fact that Franklin County continues to lose more than 20 babies each year -- roughly the equivalent of a kindergarten class -- to unsafe sleep environments has encouraged Columbus Public Health to push harder in its fight against infant mortality.
Village Lights, which ushers in the yuletide spirit with discounted merchandise, caroling, free hot chocolate and candle-lit streets, returns Dec. 6 to German Village.
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Color Me Scarlet and Gray 5K, a color run for all ages, 6 p.m. Nov. 20 at the Ohio Expo Center, 717 E. 17th Ave. Upon arrival, participants will receive scarlet and gray light-up necklaces, scarlet and gray color packs and T-shirts. Music, food and a Kids Zone will be included. All adults will receive a beer at the post-race party. Partial proceeds will benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation. For information go to colormescarletandgray5k.com.
Northwest-area students named to the honor and merit rolls for the first grading period of the 2015-16 school year at St. Charles Preparatory School are:
Instead of the Montagues and the Capulets, Dominion Middle School students will feud with their "Ridgeview" peers when drama students at the former perform a localized version of the classic Shakespearean tragedy, Romeo and Juliet.
The LEGO Creativity Tour wants to present the building blocks of a good time for youths and adults alike.
Feathers are flying over Columbus Public Health's proposal seeking tougher regulation of domestic farm animals.
A Sethwick Road woman, 45, reported someone broke a basement window of her "home between noon. Nov. 12 and 8:15 the following morning, but did it did not appear the person entered the residence.
Six years after being named its executive director, Allan Zaenger will step down from the Charitable Pharmacy of Central Ohio.
Between Sawmill and Smoky Row roads
Hard Road between Sawmill and Smoky Row roads will be closed to through traffic nightly from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m., beginning Sunday, Nov. 15, weather permitting, for the installation of new water lines, according to Rick Tilton, assistant director of the Department of Public Service.