Medical license revoked for doctor who killed pregnant woman
The doctor convicted last year of killing and sexually assaulting a pregnant woman in New Albany is never allowed to practice in Ohio again after the state Medical Board stripped him of his license yesterday.
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Wed Mar 12, 2014
Columbus Police Officer Accused of Driving Drunk
A Columbus police officer is on desk duty after he was charged with OVI after a crash near New Albany February 27. Columbus police officer Russell Redman III is facing a drunk driving charge.
Notorious Killer, Dr. Ali Salim, Loses Medical License Permanently
It is one of the most notorious murder cases of the last few years, a pregnant woman killed by a man who took an oath to save lives.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Miami University RedHawks
CLEVELAND For the second consecutive week, a Miami University pitcher was recognized by the Mid-American Conference for his performance.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Capa Welcomes the Fab Four Tonight
With uncanny note-for-note, live renditions of Beatles' songs and precise attention to detail, the Fab Four will make you think you're watching the real thing.
The Columbus Dispatch
Libertarian Chad Monnin gets to stay on ballot
When it comes to checking signatures on candidates' petitions, the mantra of the Franklin County Board of Elections is "look for ways to accept them," board member Gregory Haas said.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Bureau County Republican
National tween retailer to open at Peru Mall
Specialty retailer Justice & Brothers will soon open a 3,300-square-foot store at Peru Mall.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
This Week Community News
Principal Carter leaving for job in New Albany
After almost 20 years of working in the Gahanna-Jefferson school district, Lincoln High School principal Dwight Carter will leave to become principal of New Albany High School on June 1. The New Albany-Plain Local school board on Feb. 24 approved a two-year, two-month administrative contract for Carter through July 31, 2016, at an annual salary of ... (more)
The Columbus Dispatch
Library helping third-grade readers
Brooklynn Garrett, 7, gets help from Cindy Foley, right, and Ready to Read supervisor Mandy Seaton at the Columbus Metropolitan Library's Hilltop Branch.