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Boy's sudden cancer diagnosis has community rallying support

Many in the Grove City community are rallying to support a Buckeye Woods third-grader and his family as the boy battles a rare and aggressive form of cancer.
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District being 'cautious' with early results of report cards

South-Western City Schools officials say they will wait until all the state report card data for the district are received before evaluating the information and deciding if anything should be appealed.

Arnold pumped for more local sets

Thanks to the annual Arnold Sports Festival, seeing Arnold Schwarzenegger in Columbus isn't uncommon.

'Aiming high' spurs Hamilton to succeed

When Rae-Kelly Hamilton was in eighth grade, a visit to the U.S. Naval Academy made quite an impression on her.

Parks and rec preschool uses the great outdoors to teach

The question of nature vs. nurture is not an issue in RecSchool, according to program officials.

Heroin partly to blame for spike in shoplifitng

A sustained heroin epidemic is believed to be one of three key reasons shoplifting thefts in Columbus increased 11.2 percent last year, according to the Columbus City Attorney's Office.

Enrollment deadline near for health insurance

The city of Columbus is helping the uninsured enroll for coverage available through Affordable Care Act marketplace exchanges or state Medicare.

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Adults rediscover the joy of coloring

Whether it's nostalgia, relaxation or a chance to get creative, one thing is certain: Adult coloring books are here.

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