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Cancer Support Community

Energy-balancing program offered

Cancer treatments can sap patients of their energy and ratchet up their stress level.

Around Northwest Columbus

The 57th Buckeye Model Trains and Railroad Artifacts Show and Sale, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 18 at the Ohio Expo Center, Lausche Building, 17th Avenue and Interstate 71. Items to be featured include model railroad components, railroad china, lanterns and keys. Admission is $7, free for children under age 12.
Record Store Day

Vinyl devotees think albums still groovy

Buying a record was a rite of passage for boys and girls of several generations, whether it was Elvis Presley's jaunty King Creole or Ozzy Osbourne's supersonic Diary of a Madman.

NWCA annual meeting is set for April 22

The theme for this year's annual meeting of the Northwest Civic Association is "Economic Development."
Police beat

Northwest Columbus: Store employee says shoplifter knocked her to floor

A 34-year-old employee of a store in the Carriage Place Shopping Center off Bethel Road said she was knocked to the ground April 11 at 5:10 p.m. by a shoplifter she was attempting to detain.
Informing the neighborhood

Pilot program would use signs to detail zoning plans

Columbus City Councilwoman Michelle Mills announced last week she is working on a pilot program to better inform residents when property near them is the subject of rezoning or variance requests.

College notes

The University of Akron has announced its fall dean's and president's (4.0) list.

Coming up

Storytellers Of Central Ohio, Storytelling and Music program for families, 2 to 4 p.m. April 12, at the Ohio History Center, Ohio Village Church, Interstate 71 and 17th Avenue. Musician Hank Arbaugh will be featured, along with the storytelling of Adel Browne, Michelle Cornell, Melanie Pratt, Joyce Geary, Lovie-Afi Greene, Terri Lott, Frank McGarvey and Larry Staats. Tickets will be available at the door for a donation of $5. Parking is free. For more information, go to socotales.org.

Vaud-Villities pays tribute to Hollywood

The next song and dance extravaganza to be put on by Vaud-Villities Productions Inc. will be a salute to the silver screen.

Columbus agency organizes medication collection day

Columbus Public Health officials are asking residents to pitch their unwanted and unused medication before it can cause harm at home.
Police beat

Northwest Columbus: Three purses, clothing stolen from vehicle at mall

Three purses valued at almost $1,300 and women's clothing worth $2,000 were reported stolen from a vehicle in the parking lot of the Mall at Tuttle Crossing April 3.

Making marks

Bishop Watterson High School has announced its honor roll for the second quarter of the 2014-15 school year.

Coming up

Storytellers Of Central Ohio, Storytelling and Music program for families, 2 to 4 p.m. April 12 at the Ohio History Center, Ohio Village Church. Musician Hank Arbaugh will be featured, along with Adel Browne, Michelle Cornell, Melanie Pratt, Joyce Geary, Lovie-Afi Greene, Terri Lott, Frank McGarvey and Larry Staats. Tickets will be available at the door for a donation of $5. Parking is free. For more information go to socotales.org.
Northwest Civic Association

Insurance issue, turn lane and garage variance addressed

The Northwest Civic Association's board of trustees could save a lot of money by simply dropping insurance coverage, President John Ehlers said at last week's monthly meeting.

Single-family subdivision plan again turned down

A reduction in the number of proposed units and an increase in green space failed last week to sway members of the Northwest Civic Association Board of Trustees into recommending approval for a single-family subdivision off Godown Road.

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