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Local filmmaker enlists former Blue Jackets, Buckeyes hockey players in making feature film
A few aspects to follow as the 2018-19 season unfolds
Former Blue Jackets renew old ties, make their homes in Columbus after playing days
After a year spent living with David Savard and family, the rising star is now on his own and hoping to spread his wings similarly on the ice
A Q&A with the two newest Blue Jackets
The Columbus Dispatch
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The Jewish Community Center of Greater Columbus Executive Director Carol Folkerth is retiring next summer. She has been in her position since 2006 and will leave the JCC on June 30.
An individual and a group of public employees filed separate class-action lawsuits in federal court in Columbus challenging fair share union fees deducted from their paychecks.In one suit, Nathaniel Ogle, who has worked for the Ohio Department of Taxation since 2011, said that he never agreed to be a member of the Ohio Civil Service Employees Association/AFSCME Local 11, but fees have been deducted from his paycheck for union representation.In the other, seven public ...
AKRON In discouraging dog barking with tougher penalties, Akron City Council has met its limitations.A bill introduced last month was abandoned Monday as councils safety committee decided that it could not tell the administration how to handle animal control, and the only legislative action at its disposal seemed too severe.The bill brought by Councilman Russ Neal sought to generate conversation and solutions to the citywide nuisance of dogs that bark all night ...
More-serious charges have been filed against the mother of a 2-year-old boy and her boyfriend after the child died.Medics had taken 2-year-old Dmitri Tillman to Nationwide Childrens Hospital on Aug. 14 after they were called to a Whitehall residence. The boy was not moving and did not appear to be breathing when they arrived, according to court records. ...
The Down Syndrome Association of Central Ohio has increased efforts to get more black families involved in the support and advocacy group. Just 5 percent of members are African-American, even though blacks are just as likely as whites to have the genetic condition.
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