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South-Western financial review

Treasurer continues spreading good fiscal news

The South-Western City School District is in "excellent financial shape," district Treasurer Hugh Garside reported in his annual financial review.

City asks for opinions of 'green community' plan

The city of Columbus is calling on residents to put a fine point on its latest green community plan.

As dorms empty, Goodwill helps manage mess

Goodwill Columbus and Ohio State University's Office of Student Life have partnered to give students a way to responsibly dispose of their unwanted materials as the fall semester ends.

Charitable Pharmacy seeks yuletide generosity

While many nonprofits seek donations of toys, food and clothing during the holiday season, the Charitable Pharmacy of Central Ohio has put out the call for another critical need: medicine.
Army Spc. Joseph William "Joey" Riley, 1987-2014

Community lays fallen soldier to rest

The sun did not shine the morning Grove City welcomed home a fallen son.

Coming up

Grande Winter Ball, 7 to 9 p.m. Jan. 31, Ohio Statehouse Atrium, 1 Capitol Square. The Civil War re-enactors of 1st Ohio Light Artillery Battery A will host this event for all ages. Guests are invited to dance, learn how to reel or waltz or just watch. Participants may dress in attire of the Civil War period or come as they are. For entry, a tax deductible donation of $10 per person or $15 per couple will be appreciated. For students, a donation of $5 will be appreciated. Space is limited; reservations and donations are due no later than Jan. 21. To register email names of guests to statehouseball@ live.com. For more information, contact 614-728-4185.

'Classroom Champions' brings Olympians to Park Street

A group of Park Street Intermediate fifth-graders had the chance to meet face-to-face with a pair of Olympians Monday, Dec. 8.
Columbus mayor's race

Scott, Ginther are in; GOP's Hughes 'considering'

In the race to be the next mayor of Columbus, Zach Scott might have gotten out of the gate quickly, but even he says others soon will be nipping at his heels.

Sounds of the season

Wildlights on ice: Skating rink makes a return to zoo

Add ice skating back to the list of ways to celebrate the holiday season at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.
Succeeding Coleman

Jockeying starts for nonpartisan primary in 2015

Franklin County Sheriff Zach Scott is the lone candidate for Columbus mayor in 2015.

Florist's new location features more space, drive-through

Dannette Krugel, owner of Dannette's Floral Boutique in Grove City, said she remembers a customer at her former location in Broadway Center.

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