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AARP Foundation Senior Community Service Employment Program assists unemployed Franklin, Delaware and Licking county workers age 55 and older with securing employment.
Cabot Rea to sing lead

'South Pacific' will help sustain NPAC

Longtime local television news anchor Cabot Rea will lend his vocal talents to a special production of the musical "South Pacific" next month at the Northland Performing Arts Center.

Age-related concerns in focus Oct. 11

The first focus group that is part of an effort to make Columbus kinder and gentler to its older and wiser residents is being formed in the Beechwold neighborhood of Clintonville.
Police beat

NW Columbus: Woman reports cable television line is cut

A Park Run Drive woman contacted Columbus police at 8:52 a.m. Sept. 19 regarding someone cutting the television cable line to her apartment four days earlier.

Health board holds off on changes to chicken laws

Owners of chickens in Columbus have been given a reprieve from tougher restrictions on raising fowl and other animals typically associated with farmyards.
Columbus Oktoberfest

Dance lessons to be part of celebration

Carolyn MacNaughton is happy to lend a hand -- and a couple of nimble feet -- to anyone trying to learn how to polka.

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Local races and issues

First of four candidates nights set for Sept. 27

Dave Paul fears that, amid the storm and fury of the presidential election this year, people may be turned off by politics.
Hayden Run West

New civic association is organized

The newest civic association in Columbus will seek to represent the interests of residents of an area of the city once expected to become part of the Northwest Civic Association's territory.
Police beat

NW Columbus: Man reports pistol, checkbook stolen

A 52-year-old Wolverhampton Road man told police at 6 p.m. Sept. 14 he had no idea where or when someone broke into his vehicle, but a $400 semiautomatic pistol and his personal checkbook had been stolen.
Homecoming at Whetstone

Grannan to be parade grand marshal

Kathy Grannan is an "oncology nurse navigator" at OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital.

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