It would appear that certain members of the Clintonville Area Commission have decided that as official city of Columbus neighborhood advisers, they need to assert their authority and creative visions as art consultants of our neighborhood.
The headline in the July 17, 2014, edition of ThisWeek Whitehall News, "Maggard: I'll make July Fourth safer," is an irresponsible headline regarding the conversation I had with a ThisWeek reporter.
It is impossible to fairly or uniformly apply merit pay based on test scores.
As one of 12 speakers who spoke in front of the Reynoldsburg Board of Education on July 15, I am absolutely honored and humbled to be a part of the Reynoldsburg community.
If you are concerned that our city council is considering the lifting of a ban against pit bulls in the city, please come to the council meeting on Monday, July 28, at 7:30 p.m.
As reported in ThisWeek Worthington News, the Dublin-Worthington Rotary Club held its annual family picnic on the front lawn of Thomas Worthington High School on July 4.
Regarding the recall of Councilwoman Sagar in Pataskala, residents from other wards commenting on how well they like Sagar as a councilwoman miss the point.
A recent UA City Council meeting dealt with a tax assessment petition for sidewalks on two blocks of Elmwood Avenue.
To the generous citizens of Bexley: Thank you for making Pelotonia's Team Bexley something extraordinary.
Upper Arlington via Maryland)
On a recent visit to Columbus to see family and friends, I was present when my stepfather experienced arrhythmia and seizures.
Wearing a bright green T-shirt with the image of a bulldozer taking down trees makes one get noticed. That's what I was wearing last evening when I went to choir practice; the church is just over the city line in Dublin.
A few years ago, my neighborhood was furious about a change the city was about to force on us. Our property values were going to tank. Crime was going to be rampant. Neighbors were going to move. At least that's what was being talked about in our neighborhood.
In a July 10 ThisWeek Olentangy Valley News story, Darrel Hall states the proposed Orange Township community center likely to be before the voters in November will not be able to compete with already-established athletic facilities and it is a bad idea. I completely agree with his opinion.
I totally agree with the complaint that we should not teach to the test (or have Common Core), nor should Obamacare exist. Both are based upon actions by the federal government outside their constitutional authority.