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Meadow Park Church of God

Satellite campus anniversary to be celebrated

Members of Meadow Park Church of God will be celebrating the one-year anniversary of establishing a Powell campus on Sunday, March 1.
Columbus Division of Fire

Four seek to replace retiring Chief Paxton

Four candidates are vying to replace Gregory A. Paxton, the retiring chief of the Columbus Division of Fire.
Henderson Award

NWCA pushing early in its quest for nominees

No one received the Anna Mildred Henderson Award, named for the woman who founded the Northwest Civic Association, last year.

Organizational meeting is set to update area plan

An organizational meeting for residents who want to work on updating the Northwest Plan is scheduled for Thursday, March 5.

Pre-K enrollment begins April 1

Columbus City Schools will accept full-day pre-kindergarten applications beginning April 1.

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Energetic Rinehart remembered as 'visionary' mayor

Funeral services were held at New Hope Reformed Church in Powell Monday, Feb. 23, for former Columbus mayor Dana "Buck" Rinehart, who died at his home Feb. 18 after battling pancreatic cancer since 2013.
Police beat

Northwest: Stolen identification used to file tax returns

A 54-year-old Sethwick Road man, contacted Columbus police Feb. 18 at 8:45 p.m. after discovering five days earlier that someone had filed income tax returns in his name with both the state of Ohio and the Internal Revenue Service.

Elections board certifies candidates for May primary

The Franklin County Board of Elections has certified 40 candidates for the May primary election, meaning Columbus voters will see a full slate of candidates for mayor, city council and school board in the non-partisan primary.

Winter's wrath might mean makeup days at CCS

Columbus City Schools officials are closely eyeing the calendar and the district's bank of calamity hours as a brutal winter continues to bear down on central Ohio.
Columbus City Schools

Board extends Good's contract for three years

Dan Good will lead the Columbus City Schools district for another three years.

Neighbor in the news

The Central Ohio Diabetes Association recently announced the appointment of new members to its board of directors.

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Clintonville Woman's Club Buds to Bouquets group, annual tea, 2 to 4 p.m. Feb. 24, at the club, 3951 N. High St. This year's theme is Wildlife in Winter, and the program is "Gardening for Wildlife, Birds, Bees and Butterflies." For more information, call 614-268-5525. The Clintonville Woman's Club's General Assembly will meet at noon Feb. 27, at the club. The program will be a history of the club presented by Betty Daniell and Carolyn Hill, in recognition of the club's founding in 1939. For reservations, call 614-268-5525.

'Not in my city' drives local efforts against trafficking

Franklin County Municipal Court Judge Paul M. Herbert travels throughout the country to talk about a program he created five years ago to help women caught up in prostitution.
'You Can't Take it With You'

CAHS students set to stage 1936 comedy

More than a dozen Columbus Alternative High School students have been busy in recent weeks rehearsing for a new production of a pretty old play.
Battling human trafficking

Event seeks to raise awareness about issues locally

Franklin County Municipal Court Judge Paul M. Herbert will be the featured speaker for a Feb. 28 event intended to increase awareness about human trafficking in central Ohio.

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