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    Chad Wells, a Clintonville resident who plans to open a Whit's Frozen Custard store in his neighborhood by mid-April, shows off a fresh batch of salted-caramel custard at his Short North location.

    Latest scoop: Whit's is coming

    Chad Wells plans to bring a new chill to Clintonville.
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    Trey Osborne, 13, practices on a racing simulator in his Clintonville home. Trey recently moved up from quarter-midget vehicles to midget cars in his racing career; the cars can reach speeds of well over 100 mph.

    Life in the fast(er) lane

    Despite a serious crash on the track two years ago that put him in the intensive-care unit at Nationwide Children’s Hospital for six days, Trey Osborne of Clintonville never once thought about giving up on a career in racing.
  • Historical society

    Artist Sandy Trinter holds a watercolor version of her painting of the former "Booster" headquarters on North High Street. The drawing will be featured in the fifth edition of a fundraising coloring book sold by the Clintonville Historical Society, to be unveiled Sunday, Jan. 17.

    Coloring books find unintended audience: grownups

    When Clintonville Historical Society members were exploring fundraising options in 2010, one of them brought up the issue of making the neighborhood's past more accessible to children.
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