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Columbus-based real estate company Revealty recently joined the Re/Max real estate network.
* Abigail Pidock, of Columbus, was named to the Muskingum University dean's list for the spring 2016 semester.
A Depression-era effort to stave off the doom and gloom that followed the stock market crash is still alive and well in central Ohio.
Classic folk songs will fill the air Saturday, May 21, at North Congregational United Church of Christ, helping to send a delegation to Nicaragua in June to continue participating in Project Chacocente.
Actors' Theatre of Columbus will have a busy 35th season.
The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission, Central Ohio Transit Authority, car2go and CoGo will team together to challenge commuters in June.
Carriage Place Players
And Then There Were None quickly became "and then there were a whole bunch."
Northwest Civic Association
A 16-unit condominium project on four acres off West Henderson Road and Chevy Chase Court proposed by Fairway Realty of Upper Arlington failed to get the blessing of the Northwest Civic Association Board of Trustees last week.
Northwest Area Plan
The process for updating the Northwest Area Plan, which got under way more than a year ago, is about two thirds of the way complete, according to Jaqueline E. Yeoman.
The father of a Centennial High School student reported to Columbus police at 9:52 a.m. May 4 his son having been attacked the previous day.
Race for the Cure
Tara Ernske was understandably stunned when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
The Ohio Department of Transportation announced last week that it is moving forward with plans for a new interchange off Interstate 71, south of U.S. Route 36 and state Route 37.