Clintonville Top Stories

    Quinn Kollins, 5, and Marcus Blaine, 4, laugh after Quinn's nanny, Meghan Hoover, gives them a push on the tire swing Friday, April 11, at Whetstone Park. The first taste of spring brought residents out of their homes over the weekend.

    In the swing of spring

  • Fourth-generation businesses

    Some of the finished handmade candy at Eagle Family Candy.

    Eagle Family Candy shop, Weiland's forge new partnership

    Dee Dee Eagle always enjoyed the idea of being the fourth generation to run the family business.
    Matt Tewanger of Clintonville prepares dough at Cravings Carryout Cafe, 226 E. Third Ave. The cafe, which opened in December 2011 as Cookie Cravings Bakery, has been rebranded to emphasize its cafe menu.

    Couple makes Cravings more irresistible

    Lindsey and Matt Tewanger jokingly refer to their Clintonville home as "Tulane Farms."

Seasonal Concepts will close its doors in June

After four decades in Clintonville and a 2012 move to the Northland area, Seasonal Concepts is calling it quits.

Egg hunt Saturday, then make way for ducklings

Clintonville children have been on annual hunts for brightly colored, candy-filled plastic eggs since the 1940s.
Two incumbents unopposed

Three seek to replace Wood in CAC's District 1

One of the three Clintonville Area Commission representatives whose seats are up for election this spring has opted not to run again.
Small Business Community Heroes

ThisWeek , Direct Energy to recognize community service

Direct Energy and ThisWeek Community News announce the launch of the first-ever Columbus Small Business Community Heroes award program. Nominations are being accepted until May 29. The online nomination form can be found by visiting
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Coverage of Watterson and Whetstone high school sports teams


Columbus City School District news, including database searches

Cops & Courts

Clintonville police reports and other crime news, including database searches