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City's draft land-use plan for University District doesn't address sophomore housing questions Helpful Links When Ohio State University announced plans to require all sophomores to live on campus by...
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2014/09/21 10:53
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ElectionsJudicial candidates share experience with probate court The Daily Briefing The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal government issues in the Buckeye...
2014/09/20 09:54
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Access to care does lower infant-mortality rate Letters Policy Submit Your Letter Also in Opinion The Dispatch and Reporter Misti Crane are to be commended for the depth, breadth and sensitivity...
2014/09/20 09:54
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Columbus City Council members will choose from among 26 applicants to interview for an open seat. That’s the number of people who filed applications by a noon deadline yesterday to fill the seat of...
2014/09/19 16:08
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When the Columbus City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to adopt a new ordinance to address public safety issues at privately-held events in the city, no one could argue with the motives. But it was...
2014/09/16 16:08
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Attorneys needed one day and two witnesses to make the case for annexing 3.5 miles of territory into the city of Columbus. There is no timetable on when Lowndes County Chancery Judge Kenneth Burns...
2014/09/16 03:53
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Columbus buying software to improve crime DNA analysis Zeddrick Mann, who is to serve two years in prison, wants a new trial, citing the city police lab’s error. The Dispatch public affairs team...
2014/09/15 07:53
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Transportation Insider: Time might not expire on Short North parking study Read Rick Rouan’s Transportation Insider column on Mondays. If you were considering trying to establish a new...
2014/09/12 18:53
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... bars known for violence denied liquor permits Crime & Safety Headlines The state has denied liquor-permit renewals for two notorious bars that have been the scene of deadly violence in recent...
2014/09/12 05:30
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Columbus will soon expand its public transportation system as the city gets ready to roll out new bus routes, extended hours and more buses. The new METRA bus transit system has been in the works...
2014/09/11 16:07
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Columbus' 2011 annexation plan will go before a judge next week. Judge Kenneth Burns will hear the case next week in Lowndes County Chancery Court beginning Monday at 9 a.m. According to court...
2014/09/09 21:49
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An alleged sexual misconduct case involving two Columbus firefighters is now settled. City Council decided Tuesday, Sept. 9, to award compensation to one of the workers. The resolution passed by...
2014/09/09 02:53
2014/09/09 02:53
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Columbus restocking supply of trash bins used by residents The Daily Briefing The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal government issues in the Buckeye Forum...
2014/09/07 10:53
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The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal government issues in the Buckeye Forum podcast. Your Right to Know A reorganization of the agency that runs the Franklin...
2014/09/04 16:07
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The public will have an opportunity to speak with city leaders about a proposed 1.1-mill tax increase today. Mayor Robert Smith and the Columbus City Council will hold a public hearing at 5 p.m. at...
2014/09/03 21:58
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They have the funky names: Uber and Lyft. They have the customer base, it appears. Now all they need are the licenses, and it looks like the companies have that all but wrapped up with the city of...
2014/09/03 19:53
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Governor, mayor break ground on South Side community social services center Local Jeff Wilson stood outside the old Reeb Elementary School this morning, clad in a black Def Leppard T-shirt and...
2014/09/02 16:07
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The Mississippi Development Authority will contribute $110,165 more than it was going to initially to help Lowndes County and the city of Columbus pay for a firing range for Columbus Air Force...
2014/09/02 03:53
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Apartment proposal for closed Olympic Swim Club draws mixed reaction in Clintonville That would be an apartment building, the Olympic, that some say is inappropriate for the Indianola Avenue...
2014/08/28 11:58
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Residents in Clintonville will meet with commissioners and real estate developers to discuss what will happen to a portion of the Overbrook Ravine Thursday night. Neighbors say they are concerned the...
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