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* Mitul Bhavsar, of Columbus, recently graduated from the University of Findlay with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree.
After a soft opening earlier this month, the new Big Bounce trampoline park in Grove City is looking forward to its grand opening in early July.
Columbus bested six other finalists in the U.S. Department of Transportation's Smart City competition to receive $50 million in grants from the federal government and Vulcan Inc. to develop the city into the nation's proving ground for intelligent transportation systems.
Less than one month after closing the doors at its original location, the iconic Starliner Diner reopened June 3 at 4121 Main St. in Old Hilliard.
Off the Shelf
It's hard to believe, but we've almost reached the end of June and the Southwest Public Libraries' Summer Reading Club is nearly half over.
Some of the Midwestern Blazing Saddles cycling team's eight racers and 10 crew members described themselves as excited and anxious last week as they prepared to bike 3,000 miles to raise money for free hip- and knee-replacement surgeries in underdeveloped countries.
Irineo "Rene" Acacio, of Galloway, received the 2016 Heart to Heart Award from Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital.
College Credit Plus
College Credit Plus, the statewide program that lets middle and high school students take free college courses, was a hit with Ohio families in its first year.
Holt Crossing Olympic Games
As the school year ended, some Holt Crossing Intermediate School students brought home medals as well as grades.