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This past weekend, a $1,000-bill sold for $3,100 and Andrew Jackson could be seen on a $3-bill.
The South-Western Board of Education approved the appointment of two new assistant principals as part of a light agenda at its June 25 meeting.
Infant Mortality Task Force
After six months of meetings and sifting through data, the Greater Columbus Infant Mortality Task Force adopted eight recommendations aimed at helping babies live past their first birthday.
Water-loving dogs, a demolition-derby class for riding lawn mowers and deputies on bicycles will be among the new features at the 2014 Franklin County Fair, scheduled July 12-19 at the fairgrounds in Hilliard.
The traveling flag memorial, set up at Grove City's Henceroth Park over the weekend, honors U.S. Armed Forces members from Ohio who have been killed overseas since Sept. 11, 2001.
Franklin County commissioners said they will proceed with the demolition of the Franklin County Veterans Memorial, despite a last-ditch effort by a veterans group to save the facility.
Beulah Park may be closed, but it's still going to be a blast this Independence Day.
The new K-12 English Language Arts Course of Study the South-Western City School District is expected to adopt for the fall includes revisions to bring the district's program in alignment with the state's new learning standards.
Athletes, politicians and even a star of silent-era Westerns have come from Grove City, and a new exhibit is highlighting them.
The children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of Robert and Marlene Hatton will gather at the Northland couple's home Saturday, June 28, to help them celebrate two major milestones.