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Souper Bowl supports camps

The ninth annual Chicken Souper Bowl Cook-Off will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 31, at Congregation Beth Tikvah, 6121 Olentangy River Road in Worthington.

Coming up

Worthington Historical Society, antiques show, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Jan. 31 and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 1, at the Holiday Inn, Worthington, 7007 N. High St. This year's show features several new exhibitors bringing city, country and painted furniture as well as stoneware, decoys, antique dolls, redware, quilts, linens, antique writing instruments, estate and costume jewelry, silver and more. This is a show for both new and long-time collectors. No reproductions or new items are permitted. Admission is $8. Proceeds of the show benefit the preservation of the Worthington Historical Society properties; the Orange Johnson House Museum, Jeffers Mound and the Old Rectory. For information, call the Worthington Historical Society at 614-885-1247.
Northwest Area Plan

Process to update document is getting started

The yearlong process for updating the document that's intended to guide future growth and development on the Northwest Side was scheduled to begin this week.
Police beat

Northwest side: Clarinet reported stolen from apartment

A 35-year-old Elbert Drive man called Columbus police Jan. 25 at 2:52 p.m. to say his apartment had been broken into between 6:30 and 8 p.m. Jan. 25.

Calm before the storm

A winter storm dropped about three inches of snow -- and more in some areas -- throughout Central Ohio and temperatures are expected to remain in the upper 20s this week.

Retail theft up as wily thieves, businesses tussle

An ongoing heroin epidemic and more-organized thievery evidently have led to a spike in misdemeanor retail thefts in Columbus, say officials in the City Attorney's office.

Changes sought in nuisance law, motel licensing

Police officers tend to focus on enforcing laws, not changing or enacting them.

Winking Lizard on Bethel to undergo major renovation

Starting this spring, Winking Lizard Tavern on Bethel Road will get a complete makeover.

Longtime pastry chef launches her own bakery

What's the secret ingredient to a really good pastry?
Don Scott Field

Site expected to remain mostly airport facility

After meeting recently with two Ohio State University officials regarding Don Scott Field, Northwest Civic Association Board of Trustees President John Ehlers said last week he's encouraged most of the facility will remain an airport and not be sold for possible development.

Coming up

Clintonville Woman's Club, talk featuring Dan Good, superintendent of the Columbus City Schools, 11:30 a.m. Jan. 29 at the club, 3951 N. High St. Lunch, at a cost of $13, will be served at noon. The meeting is open to the public. To make reservations, call 614-268-5160 or 740-549-4179 by Jan. 22.

College notes

Northwest area resident Trent Roberts was among the spring 2014 graduates of Benedictine College. He received a bachelor's degree in secondary physical education.

Making marks

Bishop Watterson High School has announced its honor roll for the first quarter of the 2014-2015 school year.
Police beat

Northwest: Hydrocodone pills stolen from woman's apartment

A 65-year-old Melody Lane woman called police Jan. 18 at 5:37 p.m. to say a man she lets into her apartment even though she is afraid of him stole prescription drugs from her Jan. 12.

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