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  1. Top things to do this weekend, November 17 - 19Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Columbus Dispatch

    To kickoff the holiday season, Christmas lights will be on in Gahanna, the Columbus Zoo, Worthington, and the Ohio State fairgrounds starting this weekend. Here are the best bets for November 17 - 19. After 25 years of creating Christmas shows for its patrons, Shadowbox Live knows that audiences want to receive a holiday gift that's both fresh and familiar.

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  2. High school football | Olentangy Liberty edges Gahanna to advanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Listed at 6 feet 4 and a potential basketball recruit, Olentangy Liberty junior receiver Ben Roderick usually has a few inches on the defensive backs he goes against. He used his size to reel in the winning catch in his team's 17-14 victory over Gahanna in a Division I regional semifinal Friday night at Westerville North.

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  3. High school football | Columbus Academy benefits from Moultrie brothers' competitivenessRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 9 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Born 13 months apart, Herman and Dorrian Moultrie have an innate sibling rivalry that encompasses all facets of life, including athletics, academics and video games. But you'll rarely hear the Columbus Academy football standouts trash-talking, boasting or overtly trying to one-up each other.

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  4. U.S. House panel restores adoption tax credit, calming prospective parents, advocatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 9 | The Columbus Dispatch

    WASHINGTON - Tucked into the tax overhaul bill that a House committee passed Thursday was a provision that caused a collective sigh of relief among adoptive parents: The reinstatement of a $13,750 tax credit that can help adoptive parents offset the costs of bringing a child into their home. The original version of the GOP bill had removed the tax credit.

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  5. Gahanna parent rejoices after GOP tax bill restores adoption tax creditRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 9 | The Columbus Dispatch

    WASHINGTON - The House committee crafting a bill to overhaul the tax code Thursday yielded to pressure from adoption advocates, reinstating a politically popular provision that would provide a tax credit to parents who adopt. The original version of the GOP bill had removed the tax credit, valued at up to $13,750 in 2017.

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  6. Common but little-known virus can quickly kill babiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 9 | The Columbus Dispatch

    They were given a pamphlet on respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, and told to keep a close eye on Addy. Eighteen hours later, their sweet-natured, happy and otherwise healthy baby was gone.

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  7. Ohioans nix controversial drug-price issueRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 7 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Ohio voters rejected a controversial ballot initiative aimed at reining in rising prescription drug prices after pharmaceutical companies raised a record-breaking $60 million-plus to defeat the proposal. State Issue 2, the Ohio Drug Price Relief Act, sought to require state agencies such as the Department of Medicaid, retirement systems and prisons to pay no more for prescription drugs than the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, which gets the deepest discounts in the country.

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  8. Ohio teens now required to learn what it means to become organ donorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 6 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Like many teenagers, when Cameron Rung made a trip to the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles to get his driver license, he was hit with a question he wasn't ready to answer. But he didn't really understand what that answer meant until an educator from Lifeline of Ohio visited his health and wellness class last month at Worthington Kilbourne High School.

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  9. Michael Arace: Crew players, coach feel passion of 'electric' crowdRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 31 | The Columbus Dispatch

    When the final whistle sounded on Crew SC's 4-1 victory over New York City FC on Tuesday night, Neil Sika, the play-by-play voice of the Crew, raised his voice like Harry Doyle and said, “The Massive movement continues on.” So it does. So it does.

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  10. Two firefighters injured, nine displaced by Gahanna fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 25 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Two Mifflin Township firefighters suffered minor injuries and nine people were displaced by  fire early Wednesday morning that heavily damaged a building containing four apartment units in Gahanna. Firefighters were called at 5:50 a.m. to a blaze at a two-story apartment building at 95 Shepard St. The fire was so serious that Mifflin Township Fire Department requested mutual aid from the Jefferson Township and Plain Township Fire Departments along with the Columbus Division of Fire, said Melissa Rapp, spokeswoman for Mifflin Township.

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  11. Justice Insider: Man blames high-priced heroin habit for crime spreeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 23 | The Columbus Dispatch

    The man told detectives he had a good reason for robbing a store, a tanning salon, a video store, a pharmacy and a bank last month. Kelsey Joe Grassel, 28, told Gahanna police he needed the money to feed his three- to four-gram heroin addiction every day, he told police, according to a search warrant filed in Franklin County Municipal Court.

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  12. Ohio's judicial races are nonpartisan in name only, expert saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 20 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Roger Dzwonczyk knew he wouldn't see party labels beside the names of judicial candidates on the ballot when he stopped to vote this week at the Franklin County Board of Elections. "I do whatever the Democrats say," the 69-year-old Clintonville resident said, clutching a list of all the party's endorsed candidates.

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  13. Crew SC: Extra training transforms Wil TrappRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 11, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    As a few Crew players trained in Columbus after a disappointing 2016 season, midfielder Wil Trapp asked himself a few questions. How much better could he and the team be? How much more could he do to ensure the Crew reached that desired level? And a question many players ask themselves in the years leading up to their primes: “How much better can I get?” It was with those thoughts in mind that Trapp, a 24-year-old Gahanna native, decided to double up on his offseason training, supplementing his conditioning and strength work with the Crew with an outside trainer in Clintonville.

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  14. Crew defender Alex Crognale out 6-8 weeks after undergoing hernia surgeryRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 5, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Crew SC rookie center back Alex Crognale is expected to miss approximately 6-8 weeks after undergoing successful hernia surgery Wednesday. Crognale's sports hernia surgery was performed by Dr. Richard Cattey - the same doctor who operated on midfielder Federico Higuain last season and midfielder Niko Hansen this season - in Mequon, Wisconsin.

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  15. Otterbein 49, Capital 42 | Cardinals preserve victory with late game interceptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    The first of many boys-will-be-boys moments in the annual Capital-Otterbein cross-town rivalry game that really is a feud occurred when the Crusaders gathered outside the end zone before kickoff on the north side of Bernlohr Stadium. That's when the entire Cardinals team began slowly walking toward the Crusaders, and it wasn't to say hello.

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  16. High school football | Pickerington Central puts hurt on GahannaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Pickerington Central students began chanting hey-hey-hey, goodbye early in the third quarter of an Ohio Capital Conference Ohio Division game Friday night at Gahanna. They showed great restraint in waiting that long.

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  17. Good works help heal veterans' inner woundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 24, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    From the couch in the living room of his Gahanna apartment - cozy but cramped because it is as much a personal war museum and military shrine as it is a home - Charlie "PJ" Coulter leans over and pulls a small, black photo album onto his lap. He flips through the pages and points to the faces of the young and the old.

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  18. High school football | Gahanna edges Dublin CoffmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    The Gahanna quarterback saw his second option, receiver Jerome Buckner, get open Friday night in the fourth quarter against Dublin Coffman, and that was too good to pass up. Lowery connected with Buckner on a 33-yard touchdown pass with 1:31 remaining to give the visiting Lions a 34-32 victory in a seesaw affair at Coffman Stadium.

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  19. Neighbors leery of planned Little Turtle developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    The Little Turtle Golf Club community on the Northeast Side was established almost five decades ago, and while it has grown since, it has remained a quiet, wooded enclave. Gahanna-based developer Stonehenge bought the 200-acre golf course in 2015 and plans to build hundreds of condominiums and perhaps apartments on the property, much to the consternation of longtime homeowners already angered by earth-moving equipment scraping the grounds of the course.

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  20. Nonprofit A Kid Again hopes new chief leads to rapid expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Watching his daughter collapse while cheering on her high school's football team a year ago was a life-changing moment for Oyauma Garrison, one that led him to his current position as the head of A Kid Again. Though Mya, now 15, is healthy and able to attend her school's homecoming dance next month, Garrison was changed forever.

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