More West Side News
When Lenny Frazzitta first arrived as a jockey at Beulah Park in 2002, a valet warned him not to drink the water; those who said they wouldn't stay long had a tendency to settle.
Two strikes and you're fine.
A Columbus-based developer is in talks to buy Beulah Park.
Grove City will hold its own farewell to the local thoroughbred racetrack with the Beulah Park Celebration, set for noon to 5 p.m. April 26, at , 3811 Southwest Blvd.
Folsom & Pine
Stepping into greenhouse No. 7 at Folsom & Pine Farm, one is instantly greeted by the aroma of fresh soil.
Enrollment in the South-Western City School District is expected to grow by about 287 students next school year.
The Jackson Middle School PTSA held its first ever showcase and bazaar April 4, and it likely won't be the last.
Green Columbus is giving residents plenty of ways to participate in Earth Day activities across central Ohio.
Encouraging young readers
Second-graders at Darbydale Elementary School had some special visitors recently.
Business Professionals of America
Two students enrolled in the Interactive Media Design program at the South-Western Career Academy have qualified for the national competition for Business Professionals of America.
Two things are vital to the future of the Central Ohio Transit Authority, according to Cleve Ricksecker:
Former Ohio State University basketball standout James "Scoonie" Penn will be the guest speaker at the South-Western City Schools Educational Foundation's annual dinner.