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School tour unveils what district bought

A few finishing touches remain and some boxes still need to be unloaded, but the South-Western City School District's four new elementary school buildings will be ready when the school year opens Tuesday, Sept. 2.
Sept. 2 start

School district continues work on facilities, curriculum

The new school year opens Tuesday, Sept. 2, in South-Western City School District with much of the focus on construction and curriculum.
Ohio School Breakfast Challenge

Campaign encourages kids to eat in the morning

A full stomach makes for a more open mind.
Military Veterans Resource Center

Nonprofit's mission: Help veterans find jobs

It's a new name but the same mission for a Northland-based nonprofit organization that seeks to help veterans find jobs.
Great Placemakers Lab

City planner to welcome audience participation

Kyle Ezell plans to do more than speak: he plans to, ... well ..., plan.

Children's choir gets Carnegie Hall invite for 2015

Members of the Columbus International Children's Choir returned last month from participating in the 2014 World Choir Games in Latvia, earning gold and silver medals.

Budding entrepreneurs to get expert advice at expo

City officials are reaching out to people looking to start their own small businesses in Columbus.

Eagle project adding meditation space at cemetery

A Grove City Boy Scout is leading an effort to convert a barren area at St. John's Lutheran Church Cemetery into a peaceful and pleasant site for meditation.

New principal ready to jump in at new school

It's hard to say who will be more excited about moving into the new Monterey Elementary School building when the school year begins Sept. 2 -- the students or their new principal.

Heinzerling has plans for donation from Shriners

An area organization plans to put a financial gift to work in helping to improve the lives of its charges.
Franklin County Auditor's Office

Local schools, municipalities to get cut of $10.5 million

The Franklin County Auditor's Office will return $10.5 million to local schools and municipalities after finding savings in the triennial update process.
Columbus Metropolitan Library

Homework Help Centers open for new school year

For the 10th year in a row, the Columbus Metropolitan Library system is offering kids a place to study after school.

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