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West Side affected by Franklin Township fire cuts Columbus fire officials said they were caught off guard when Franklin Township closed one of its two fire stations for 24 hours over the holiday...
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2015/05/26 09:53
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Justice Insider: Solemn service honors fallen police officers Read Theodore Decker’s Justice Insider column on Tuesdays. Crime & Safety Headlines As the sun set over Franklinton on Thursday,...
2015/05/22 23:53
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Jeni's comeback underway as scoop shops reopen Founder to 75 at Short North store: 'C'mon in, guys' All of our coverage of the listeria-related recall of Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams products...
2015/05/22 00:28
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Columbus Mayor Announces New Fire Chief Columbus Mayor Michael B. Coleman has appointed Kevin O’Connor as the city’s new fire chief. O’Connor has spent 26 years with the Division of Fire and is...
2015/05/19 17:53
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Columbus hires parks director from Gahanna The Daily Briefing The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal government issues in the Buckeye Forum podcast. Your Right...
2015/05/19 16:53
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Poison found in soil at another house near Saunders Park Health Headlines Tests have detected high levels of arsenic at one more house close to a Near East Side park where contaminants have been...
2015/05/15 15:53
2015/05/15 15:53
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Coleman, Stinger join hundreds who biked to work today Everyone from Stinger to Columbus Mayor Michael B. Coleman rode their bikes to work today. It's national Bike to Work Day, part of a month-long...
2015/05/14 23:28
2015/05/14 23:28
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Columbus Mayor, Police Chief Support Use Of Body Cameras Columbus Mayor Michael B. Coleman is making a push for police officers to wear body cameras. The Columbus Division of Police and the union...
2015/05/14 18:53
2015/05/14 18:53
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City will consider use of body cameras for police Crime & Safety Headlines To strengthen the bond between Columbus police and the neighborhoods they serve, the city will explore the use of body...
2015/05/12 20:53
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Owner of South Side industrial site that burned given deadline for cleanup plan Crime & Safety Headlines The owner of the Marion Road industrial site that exploded in flames on May 1 is putting...
2015/05/07 01:53
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Site of South Side industrial fire declared unsafe Crime & Safety Headlines City building inspectors have declared all eight buildings at the fire-ravaged Marion Road recycling complex unsafe and...
2015/05/07 01:53
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Columbus mayoral candidate Zach Scott pins hopes on bigger turnout in general election The Daily Briefing The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal government...
2015/05/05 18:53
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Muslim woman receives other offers after quitting police academy Crime & Safety Headlines If the Columbus Police Division doesn’t change its policy banning head scarves for female Muslim officers,...
2015/05/05 07:53
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... taxpayer subsidy for new house in South Linden Critics question Greater Linden Development Corp.’s efforts to rebuild neighborhood In June 2014, Heather Schneiter bought a new house on...
2015/05/04 20:53
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Primary polls open at 6:30 a.m. The Daily Briefing The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal government issues in the Buckeye Forum podcast. Your Right to...
2015/05/04 10:53
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Neighbors’ complaints spurred change in Scioto Mile fountains’ schedule Columbus’ decision to shorten the time that children can play in the Scioto Mile fountains at Bicentennial Park came after...
2015/04/30 00:53
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Early voting figures suggest turnout will be low The Daily Briefing The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal government issues in the Buckeye Forum podcast. Your...
2015/04/28 08:53
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Head scarves debated after Somali police recruit exits Crime & Safety Headlines Ismahan Isse has wanted to be a police officer for years. She prepared herself by earning an associate degree in...
2015/04/27 15:53
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Driving Park to get swimming pool, upgraded recreation center View Larger Plans for a $10.5 million overhaul of the Driving Park Community Recreation Center and a new swimming pool there will be...
2015/04/26 10:53
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Four Columbus mayoral candidates outline their budget priorities The Daily Briefing The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal government issues in the Buckeye...
2015/05/27 07:53
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