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Columbus City Council

Sidewalks among topics discussed at gathering

Several people converged on the Ohio State University Airport last week to talk not about flying, but about walking.

Leave car at home for first Open Streets Columbus

Bring your bikes, skateboards, razor scooters and in-line skates -- (remember those?) -- but leave the cars at home.
Columbus Oktoberfest

Dashing dogs, dance lessons add to fun Sept. 26-28

Dashing dachshunds, a singer-songwriter showcase and professional dancing lessons will highlight the new attractions at this year's Columbus Oktoberfest.
Police beat

Northwest Columbus: $4,446 worth of sunglasses reported stolen from store

Gucci and Tiffany sunglasses valued at $4,446 were stolen Sept. 12 at 5:30 p.m. from a store in the Mall at Tuttle Crossing.
Sept. 20-21 event

Germania Oktoberfest offers traditional celebration

Traditional dancing, music, food and an outdoor bier garten all are part of this year's Oktoberfest in the Brewery District.
Sept. 20 fundraiser

Cristo Rey ready to show off renovated facility

A year after opening a Columbus school to provide new opportunities to underprivileged students, Cristo Rey Columbus High School will unveil its newly renovated facilities during a garden party fundraiser on Saturday night.

Stars aligned before win

Columbus stops multiuse-path plan, but doesn't offer explanation

The city of Columbus has applied the brakes to plans to build a bike path along state Route 161 from Linworth to Sawmill roads.
Police beat

Northwest Columbus: $29,000 of jewelry reported stolen from residence

Jewelry items valued at $29,000, including a $5,000 gold wedding band, were reported stolen in a break-in at an Avery Oak Drive residence at 7:18 p.m. Sept. 5

Judge: Environmental court only one of its kind in Ohio

When the owner of a problem property says the problem has been solved and the prosecution says it has not, Franklin County Environmental Court Judge Daniel R. Hawkins has a simple solution:
Northwest Civic Association

Trustees say they can't back proposed high school sign

Fran Hershey said she's "just trying to be a good neighbor."
Louis V. Fabro

Journalism, public-relations icon dies at 83

A veteran journalist and public-relations professional has left behind scores of friends and a legacy of professional accomplishment.
Ronald McDonald House

Volunteer's dedication spans 30 years of change

In the late 1970s, Judy Skinner heard only whispers that Columbus would be home to a Ronald McDonald House.
O'Meara to retire Nov. 30

Metro Parks chief ready to embark on new trail

John O'Meara will retire Nov. 30 after 16 years as director of the Franklin County Metro Parks.
Great Placemakers Lab

Planner touts neighborhood walkability Sept. 16-19

Professional planner Eric Fredericks likes walkable neighborhoods, so much so that he's made them his avocation.

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