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Wild Birds Unlimited makes new nest on Sawmill Road

After nearly 30 years on Riverside Drive, a Wild Birds Unlimited franchise was forced this past summer to take wing.
Issues 6, 7 and 8

Three choices, 19 city charter changes for voters

Columbus voters will face Issues 6, 7 and 8 -- all amendments to the City Charter -- on the Nov. 4 general election ballot.
Police Beat

Northwest Columbus: Woman says daughter reports finding threatening note

A McPartlan Court woman told Columbus Division of Police officers her daughter made a startling discovery inside the garage Oct. 6 at 4 p.m. -- a note threatening to kill the girl's mother if she did not run away from home.
Columbus Marathon

Runners this year will start, finish at same spot

For the first time in its history, the Nationwide Children's Hospital Columbus Marathon and Half Marathon will start and finish at the same place.
24th Ohio House District

Kunze faces challengers Hoff, Noble on Nov. 4 ballot

The Nov. 4 general-election ballot will include three candidates vying to represent the 24th Ohio House District.

NWCA sponsoring candidates forum Oct. 14

Ann Fisher, host of the WOSU Public Media daily public-affairs talk show All Sides, will serve as moderator for a "Meet the Candidates" forum Tuesday, Oct. 14, in Centennial High School.

New Discovery Playground was community effort

Rain might have kept Olde Sawmill Elementary School's celebration of the new Discovery Playground inside, but it couldn't keep students off the new equipment after school.
Northwest Civic Association

Athletic Club's digital sign is narrowly approved

John Ehlers appeared to have been taken by surprise.
Northwest Civic Association

252-unit apartment development receives support

Over the objections of some residents living nearby, the Northwest Civic Association Board of Trustees voted last week to recommend approval for a 252-unit apartment development on the 17-acre site of the former Northwest Career Center.
Police Beat

Northwest Columbus: Suspect takes cash, cell phone during Tan Pro robbery

Tan Pro at 2068 Bethel Road was robbed at 3:26 p.m. Oct. 2 according to Columbus Division of Police reports.

OSU officials plan to relocate Equine Center

The horses will go away, but the heifers will be there to stay.

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