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Your schools | / ColumbusResidents push to save Clintonville school’s old annexView Larger Helpful Links Efforts to stop the demolition of the 110-year-old Clinton School annex in Clintonville aren’t...
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At 80 years old, Fran Ryan says she might be what some would call a “golden oldie,” but she doesn’t go anywhere without her iPhone. And she talks proudly about her dive into the digital world, which...
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Killers Among Us: This occasional series examines unsolved killings in Central Ohio. Tips to Crime Stoppers could result in a reward. Crime & Safety Headlines She thought everyone had forgotten, that...
2014/04/11 16:09
2014/04/11 16:09
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New roads mean new ruts, as essayist G.K. Chesterton pointed out almost 100 years ago. On Thursday, the Columbus City Council held a public forum to discuss the idea of raising taxes to secure a $5...
2014/04/09 10:58
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Motorcyclist Killed After CrashMotorcyclist Killed After Crash A motorcyclist was transported to an area hospital after being involved in a crash in north Columbus Tuesday afternoon. A motorcyclist...
2014/04/09 02:53
2014/04/09 02:53
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City suing app-based livery service Helpful Links The city has filed a lawsuit that seeks to bar the app-based car service UberX from operating in Columbus. In addition to the lawsuit, which was...
2014/04/09 01:49
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Columbus Hospice honors 20-year Army veteranColumbus Hospice honors 20-year Army veteran It's never too late to say thank you to a veteran, and that's exactly what Columbus Hospice did Tuesday. As...
2014/04/08 22:49
2014/04/08 22:49
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The Muscogee County School District's suspension rate was more than 12 percent in 2012, compared to the state's average of nearly eight percent. These figures compelled Crime Prevention to join...
2014/04/08 19:58
2014/04/08 19:58
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Columbus City Council OKs Food Truck RulesPosted: Tuesday, April 8, 2014 3:22 PM EDTUpdated: Tuesday, April 8, 2014 3:22 PM EDT COLUMBUS, Ohio - Food trucks are now allowed to peddle their wares on...
2014/04/08 15:49
2014/04/08 15:49
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The Columbus City Council approved an ordinance that will convert 10th St. and 12th St. into two-way streets. 10th and 12th Street currently only allow one-way traffic. According to the ordinance,...
2014/04/07 09:54
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Columbus spends on convention pitches The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal government issues in the Buckeye Forum podcast. Your Right to Know To fight the...
2014/04/05 10:54
2014/04/05 10:54
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Infant deaths can be caused by a range of social ills, including poverty, unsafe homes, inattentive or drug-abusing parents, and lack of prenatal care. More and more, doctors are trying to help...
2014/04/03 10:54
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Abandoned homes havens for criminals In a four-part series, The Dispatch examines neglected properties and neglectful owners. See stories, video and more. On her battered block of Myrtle Avenue,...
2014/04/02 16:08
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Last night, the Columbus City Council considered plans for development of the portion of an area called "The Island" that lies adjacent to the Columbus Riverwalk and Columbus Soccer Complex, two...
2014/04/01 04:53
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Columbus council OKs $735.7 million capital budget The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal government issues in the Buckeye Forum podcast. Your Right to...
2014/03/29 09:54
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Public safetyFirefighter boot camps to give feel for career Crime & Safety Headlines For as long as Trina Cain can remember, she wanted to drive the big, red truck that rolled up and down her...
2014/03/28 16:08
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Any organization -- be it a business, school system or government -- is only as good as its management and employees. The ability to hire competent workers along with a clear path to remove...
2014/03/26 05:30
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Columbus City Council did not approve the proposal to change to 10th and 12th Street in Uptown from one-way to two-way. The 4-3 vote was not considered a majority, as at least 6 votes are needed to...
2014/03/26 03:30
2014/03/26 03:30
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Personal info of 14,000 students, staff at Auburn University compromisedPersonal info of 14,000 students, staff at Auburn University compromised Server containing information including social...
2014/03/25 14:13
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COLUMBUS, Ga. (AP) - Columbus officials are considering a plan to build a public restroom beneath a bridge that would cost more than the value of many Georgia homes. The Columbus Ledger-Enquirer...
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