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Northland area takes on international flair
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Northland area takes on international flair

Northland community advocates see the area's large immigrant and refugee community as a key to economic revitalization. Elevate Northland, a...

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Two 'good books' helped Rev. John Edgar lift up the South Side
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Two 'good books' helped Rev. John Edgar lift up the South Side

Few people have done more to lift their community than the Rev. John Edgar. He exudes positivity. His staff calls him a visionary. He smiles and...

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Delaware County workshop to help older residents plan for end-of-life issues
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Delaware County workshop to help older residents plan for end-of-life issues

Hoping to guide people through the often unpleasant task of planning for the end of life, Delaware County officials are starting a new program to...

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Strict, affordable-housing requirements dropped from Crew stadium district project
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Strict, affordable-housing requirements dropped from Crew stadium district project

Talking points handed out by Crew stadium backers showed the project creating a total of 885 new residential units near the stadium, with "a...

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Columbus opts against water, sewer pact with Plain City
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Columbus opts against water, sewer pact with Plain City

Plain City had approached Columbus about expanding water and sewer service to the community. It has been looking to annex land to expand its...

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Ohio State announces plans to close Buckeye Village family housing, raising student concerns
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Ohio State announces plans to close Buckeye Village family housing, raising student concerns

Ohio State says it will close its Buckeye Village apartments for graduate students and families next year. Some students are criticizing the move,...

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Preliminary settlement reached in class-action suit filed by developmental disabilities advocates
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Preliminary settlement reached in class-action suit filed by developmental disabilities advocates

A federal judge granted preliminary approval Friday for a settlement agreement in a class-action lawsuit filed against the state by advocates for...

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Former Mayor Coleman, council president helped Crew owners move stadium deal forward
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Former Mayor Coleman, council president helped Crew owners move stadium deal forward

Negotiations between the Crew SC and the city of Columbus for a new downtown stadium and surrounding mixed-use project were dragging behind...

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Columbus City Council to consider tax break for distribution facility
News 4 weeks ago
Columbus City Council to consider tax break for distribution facility

The Columbus City Council will consider a 10-year, 75 percent property tax abatement this evening for a South Side rubber products firm. RM...

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'Bark-b-ques' and dog spas: More central Ohio apartments welcoming pets
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'Bark-b-ques' and dog spas: More central Ohio apartments welcoming pets

In a few short years, Columbus has improved considerably on dog- and cat-friendly living options, as apartment complexes recognized the importance...

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Trolley barn redevelopment seeks tax subsidy
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Trolley barn redevelopment seeks tax subsidy

The developer of the trolley barn complex near Franklin Park is seeking subsidies for the market portion of the project. The developer wants to...

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Berkshire Township seeking money for first park
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Berkshire Township seeking money for first park

Parks are popular in many communities, especially where they can protect against over-development. Residents in Berkshire Township in Delaware...

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Columbus City Council announces program to head off evictions
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Columbus City Council announces program to head off evictions

The city's new Eviction Prevention Program is to operate on two fronts: IMPACT, a social-service organization that assists poor residents, will...

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Clintonville July Fourth committee calls it quits
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Clintonville July Fourth committee calls it quits

The organizers of the annual Clintonville July Fourth celebration says it's time for new people to take over. The event which has included a...

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Franklin County auditor cuts red tape for farmers hurt by heavy rains
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Franklin County auditor cuts red tape for farmers hurt by heavy rains

The Franklin County Board of Revision has created special docket to streamline submissions from farmers unabled to plant in the spring due to wet...

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Neighbors bemoan loss of Near East Side mural
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Neighbors bemoan loss of Near East Side mural

Neighbors are upset that a mural on the side of of a Near East Side warehouse was lost when the building was demolished to make way for a parking...

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Neighbors bemoan loss of Downtown Side mural
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Neighbors bemoan loss of Downtown Side mural

Neighbors are upset that a mural on the side of of a Near East Side warehouse was lost when the building was demolished to make way for a parking...

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Columbus City Council creates entity that would own new Crew stadium
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Columbus City Council creates entity that would own new Crew stadium

The Columbus City Council created a public entity on Monday that would own the planned Columbus Crew soccer stadium Downtown and could issue bonds...

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Neighbors worry planned apartment complext will add to sewer, traffic woes
News 2 months ago
Neighbors worry planned apartment complext will add to sewer, traffic woes

Residents living close to the proposed site of a 402-unit apartment development near a busy Northwest Side intersection are worried that the...

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Neighbors worry planned apartment complex will add to sewer, traffic woes
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Neighbors worry planned apartment complex will add to sewer, traffic woes

Residents living close to the proposed site of a 402-unit apartment development near a busy Northwest Side intersection are worried that the...

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New North Market development being built over site of former graveyard
News 2 months ago
New North Market development being built over site of former graveyard

A proposed $192 million development that includes a 26-story residential tower next to the North Market is being built over the site of a former...

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Illegal dumping continues to plague some Columbus neighborhoods
News 2 months ago
Illegal dumping continues to plague some Columbus neighborhoods

Over two days in August, a cleanup crew scoured 1.2 miles of Franklinton streets and alleys to collect close to 5 tons of trash. "That was a light...

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Upper Arlington hires Columbus development director as its city manager
News 2 months ago
Upper Arlington hires Columbus development director as its city manager

Columbus Development Director Steve Schoeny will become Upper Arlington's city manager. Schoeny, who has been the city's development director since...

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Property transfer fee increase will support affordable housing in Franklin County
News 2 months ago
Property transfer fee increase will support affordable housing in Franklin County

Owners soon will pay more when they sell their Franklin County properties, under a fee increase set to take effect in October. The proceeds from...

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Developers work with neighbors on Coughlin Crossing
News 2 months ago
Developers work with neighbors on Coughlin Crossing

DELAWARE - The goal is to create a fresh new scene for the city's southern entrance, a mix of shops, restaurants and almost 200 new homes. That's...

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Apartments at former Andersons site near Sawmill offer three concepts, price levels
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Apartments at former Andersons site near Sawmill offer three concepts, price levels

The largest central Ohio apartment complex to open in more than a decade is actually three complexes in one. Containing 599 apartments, the...

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Residents hope new area commission helps boost Eastland Mall neighborhood
News 2 months ago
Residents hope new area commission helps boost Eastland Mall neighborhood

Community leaders and residents hope the new Mideast Area Commission will give the 51,000 residents of that area of Columbus more clout with City...

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Zoning change ushers in Scene75 entertainment complex at Tuttle mall
News 3 months ago
Zoning change ushers in Scene75 entertainment complex at Tuttle mall

The property at the Mall at Tuttle Crossing has been rezoned so individual property owners can alter their sites without the permission of the...

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Hilltop to get one-stop online site for area services, groups
News 3 months ago
Hilltop to get one-stop online site for area services, groups

After Franklinton's nonprofit developer created a webpage for that neighborhood's residents to find out where to find government services, churches...

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The Nicholas luxury apartment complex opens at Gay and High streets
News 3 months ago
The Nicholas luxury apartment complex opens at Gay and High streets

Luxury apartment living is on the (high) rise Downtown. In 2016, 12 W. Gay St. was a parking lot. Today, it's The Nicholas, a newly opened...

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