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Small Business Week in Columbus continues Wednesday with “boot camp” sessions on contracting and social media, with the half-day event taking place at Columbus State University’s Cunningham Center, 3100 Gentian Blvd.
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Faced with the possibility of laying off firefighters to meet proposed budget cuts, Columbus Councilor Gary Allen restored about $700,000 in Columbus Department of Fire and Emergency Services funding for fiscal 2014, temporarily at least.
"We're portrayed by Republicans as either being lying or idiots," said one Obama administration official who was part of the Benghazi response. "It's actually closer to us being idiots."
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DreamWorks Studios movie "Need for Speed" will film scenes in Columbus during the first week of June, a publicist for the movie confirmed today.
This year's Run for the Heroes does not begin until Wednesday, but its fundraising goal of $100,000 has already been passed.
The White House on Monday once again added to the list of people who knew about the IRS investigation into its targeting of conservative groups - saying White House chief of staff Denis McDonough had been informed about a month ago.
What happens after those words are uttered is usually spectacular — and often really stupid.
Would all you Sound-Offers stop yelling and hold a pleasant thought for just one hour? I'm trying to take a nap.
Above, members of the Bi-City Woodturners demonstrate woodturning on lathes Sunday afternoon during Arts in the Park, an annual art show and sale at Lakebottom/Weracoba Park in Columbus.
He was also charged with possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, concealing the serial number of a weapon, and disorderly while intoxicated.
Faye Marlene Moody, a joyful resident of both Waynesville and Vero Beach, Florida, was called to receive her just reward, on Thursday, May 16, 2013.
Charles Brown Wood, 24, of Columbus was arrested by police Saturday and charged with possession of marijuana.
Except a lawyer was beaten and robbed near the Government Center a while back, and early Saturday an arsonist torched cars on Front Avenue, but how often does that happen? The local NAACP wants someone to look into how a black police officer kept his job after targeting white motorists for traffic stops.
Columbus police arrested James Shue, 52, of Bradley Circle and Carrie Miller, 41, of Midland Chase Loop on a felony charge of theft by shoplifting Thursday night.
An alert neighbor who was doing yard work Friday helped Columbus police arrest Tommie Lee Bailey, 30, of 23rd Street on a felony charge of first-degree burglary.