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Columbus Recreation and Parks officials are keeping an eye on the migration patterns of the Asian longhorned beetle, an invasive species that could be more destructive than the emerald ash borer.
The religions of India as practiced in the United States will be the topic for the 11th annual lecture on World Religions and Interreligious Dialogue.
"Eggstravaganza," a free egg hunt and breakfast, will be held at Northwest United Methodist Church, 5200 Riverside Drive, Columbus, Saturday, April 4.
Northwest Columbus resident Robert McQueen joined the Wexner Heritage Village as a human resources recruiter.
Melissa Centers has worked in public relations, been an information technology professional and is now a corporate attorney, making in all, she said, one seamless career.
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Sumukh Torgalkar moved to Columbus eight years ago with the intent of going to law school.
2015 Big Sister of the Year
Daijah Scott doesn't know what her life would be like without her Big Sister -- possibly a real mess.
* The University of Akron has announced its fall dean's and president's (4.0) list.
2015 Decorators' Show House
A 19,000-square-foot residence in Muirfield Village will act as canvas for several designers working on the 2015 Decorators' Show House.
A Woodman Drive man, 52, contacted Columbus Division of Police officers March 25 at 8:37 a.m. after earlier that day receiving a telephone call reportedly from an official with the Internal Revenue Service.
It was, Audra Pearson admitted, a tough act to follow.
The city of Columbus has filed a lawsuit seeking to overturn Senate Bill 342, which effectively ends the use of red-light cameras.
Alan McKnight, director of the Columbus Recreation and Parks Department, is retiring after 38 years of service.
Sherri Palmer would like to envision a city that didn't require swarms of volunteers to pick up cigarette butts and litter from the side of roads.