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Message crucial for Living Water

Fresh off the release of their second full-length CD, members of the Christian band Living Water will continue to spread their message during Lent.
Bond set at $1 million

West Side man accused of terrorist activities

Franklin County Common Pleas Magistrate Elizabeth Watters set bond at $1 million Feb. 25 for a West Side man accused of having ties to terrorists.

Police chief slates series of community meetings

Columbus Police Chief Kimberley Jacobs has scheduled a series of community meetings throughout Columbus over the next few weeks, one in each of the division's zones.

Ciminello's Beulah plan features housing, park

It will take a complex effort to realize the new vision for Beulah Park.

District exceeds limit for 'calamity' days

South-Western City Schools were closed Tuesday, Feb. 24 due to the record cold temperatures, marking the sixth day the district has canceled classes this winter.

Food service, transportation bosses update board

Food Service Supervisor Beth Glitt passed around some snacks at the South-Western school board meeting Monday, Feb. 23.

PTAs honor 33 individuals with Helping Hands awards

The South-Western City Schools Council of PTAs was scheduled to present its annual Helping Hands awards Tuesday, Feb. 24, to 33 individuals selected by each district PTA.

SWCS Education Foundation now accepting scholarship applications

The South-Western City Schools Educational Foundation is now accepting applications for its scholarship program.

Making marks

Finland Middle School students Khalil Graham and Kyra Robinson were selected to play in the 2015 Ohio State University Middle School Honor Band Festival on Saturday, Feb. 21.

Correction

Columbus City Councilman Zach Klein's annual salary is $53,585 -- the same amount as other council members except the council president, who makes $63,259.

Coming up

Sports Card and Memorabilia Show, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 14, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 15, at the Makoy Center, 5462 North Center St., Hilliard. More than 100 tables featuring items will be set up. Participants can buy, sell and trade sport and non-sport cards and collectibles. Memorabilia, hobby boxes and supplies and free appraisals of items will be included. The event is free and open to the public.

College notes

Derek Hohn of the West Side was named to the dean's list for the 2014 fall semester at Otterbein University.

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