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Local Boy Scout goes 'gaga' to earn Eagle rank

For any Boy Scout, an Eagle Scout project is something to get excited about.

City nixes Redflex contract; Scott calls it 'fluff'

In the midst of an investigation into bribery allegations that has entangled some elected officials, Columbus has decided to terminate its contract with Redflex, the city's red-light camera provider since 2005.

Immunization clinic for children set Aug. 20

Franklin County Public Health will offer childhood immunizations by appointment only at a clinic set for 9:40 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 20 at the Prarie Township Fire Department, 123 Inah Ave.
Safety videos

Township, city take messages to the big screen

The Grove City Division of Police and the Jackson Township Fire Division are a match worthy of Hollywood.

Rewards outweigh headaches for Firefly Play Cafe owner

Running a small business comes equipped with its fair share of headaches and heartache.

Pizzuti plan for City Hall apartments approved

After more than a decade in the wings, the vacant lumberyard in the Town Center is closer to being developed.
Dublin Irish Festival

Additional sports demonstrations are scheduled for this year

Sports are a big part of the Dublin Irish Festival from start to finish.

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Community welcome

The facility, designed by Moody Nolan, includes a child-care room, a pool and splash pad, a multipurpose room, a gym, an exercise area and an indoor walking track.

Coleman cites Redflex integrity in ending contract

Amid a bribery scandal that has entangled some elected officials, city leaders decided to terminate Columbus' contract with Redflex Traffic Systems, the city's red-light camera provider since 2005.

Columbus, Franklin County step up mosquito battle

Franklin County Public Health stepped up its mosquito-eradication efforts in Prairie Township, Grove City, Dublin and Urbancrest last week after checks of those areas found high numbers of the insects.

ADAMH seeking renewal levy

Franklin County's Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board will seek a five-year, 2.2-mill renewal levy on the November general election ballot.

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