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BalletMet role Lapierre ready to 'let go and dance'

A beloved fairy tale will provide another opportunity in the budding career of an Upper Arlington ballerina, who will perform alongside professional dancers this week in the BalletMet Columbus world premiere of Sleeping Beauty.

District treasurer: Stick with Win-Win

South-Western City Schools treasurer Hugh Garside is recommending the district remain a participant in the Win-Win agreement.

Judge retires to join fight against heroin

On his last day presiding over Franklin County Municipal Court's specialty program for heroin addicts, Scott VanDerKarr recalled last week that one of the defendants handed him a teddy bear.

City plans project on Hague worth $3.2 million

Lisa Boggs was tired of looking at the dilapidated condition of Hague Avenue and its surroundings.

Big Lots to build new headquarters near Hamilton Road

Big Lots plans to move its headquarters across town within two years.
A.G. Grant Homestead

Living museum 'a real labor of love'

Grove City leaders are embarking on a project to restore one of the community's oldest homes into a living museum.

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Officer Steven M. Smith

City bids farewell to 'a guardian and a warrior'

One of Joe Podolski's lasting impressions of officer Steven M. Smith came early in their policing careers, on a shift when Smith scaled an apartment-building downspout to deal with a balcony full of rowdy drunks who were jeering the officers below.

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