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  1. Harvest Pizzeria & Tavern to move into Old Bag of Nails spot in GrandviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 19 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Grow Restaurants and Butcher & Grocer are combining talents on Harvest Pizzeria & Tavern, which will take over the Old Bag of Nails Pub location, 1099 W. First Ave. in Grandview Heights. The restaurant will feature Harvest's core pizza menu with additional items that highlight the relationship between the two entities, said Chris Crader, founder and CEO of Grow Restaurants.

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  2. Some athletes tout benefits of avoiding animal-derived foodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 19 | The Columbus Dispatch

    On a recent Sunday, Raven Morgan stepped onto the mat at West High School in search of a sparring partner. The temperature in the wrestling room that evening was kept at a balmy 80-plus degrees as sweaty men grappled around her.

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  3. Columbus lawmaker Kristin Boggs must run as write-in candidateRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 14 | The Columbus Dispatch

    State Rep. Kristin Boggs, a Columbus Democrat, has withdrawn her re-election candidacy after she failed to properly sign some of her petition forms and was not going to be certified for the 2018 ballot. The move, at least for a brief moment, leaves Democrats without a candidate in the solidly Democratic 18th District that includes Bexley, Franklinton, German Village, Grandview Heights and Ohio State University. 3 comments

  4. Sweet, savory toppings enhance crunchy slices of bread Updated atRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 14 | The Columbus Dispatch

    A component of the BRAT diet for those with gastrointestinal issues, the historical expectations for heated bread haven't been high. At best, it served as a vehicle for jam or peanut butter.

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  5. A half-century of book-selling, inspired by an aunt's insightful questionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 28 | The Columbus Dispatch

    He's sad about the store's impending demise but happy that his customers are receiving good discounts during the close-out sale. Acorn, a secondhand bookstore at 1464 W. 5th Ave. near Grandview Heights, will be no more at the end of March, 54 years after an aunt's question inspired Bauman to pursue a life of book selling.

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  6. Bent rims and rattled bones: It's pothole season in central OhioRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 24 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Potholes aplenty? Of course. It's January in Ohio. And the recent deep freeze and subsequent warmup have contributed to the freeze-thaw cycle that busts pavement and opens craters in central Ohio roadways, making for a sometimes rocky ride.

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  7. CoGo expanding bikesharing network in city, suburbsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 24 | The Columbus Dispatch

    CoGo Bikeshare is expanding into four central Ohio cities in 2018 as the bikesharing network that started in the core of Columbus stretches further into the region. The Columbus City Council approved a one-year contract extension on Monday with Motivate, the vendor that operates and maintains the bikeshare, as Columbus prepares to add 13 stations that will link the existing system to 13 new stations in Bexley, Grandview Heights and Upper Arlington.

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  8. Rolled ice cream spot opens in ReynoldsburgRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 15, 2018 | The Columbus Dispatch

    In addition to frozen goods, the 2,000-square-foot storefront also has an arcade and chalk wall for children. The restaurant closed its doors Sunday, as two apartment complexes under development will claim the Bravo and Winking Lizard Tavern sites.

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  9. New Year's resolutions to get fit: Try these secrets for successRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 7, 2018 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Come Jan. 1, gyms and studios swell with newly determined members. Diet books crack open for the first time.

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  10. Central Ohio chefs predict veggies, beer, barbecue will be hot in 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 1, 2018 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Chef Matthew Heaggans, who owns the kitchen that operates inside of Three Sheets in the Brewery District, said both funkified and classic preparations of vegetables are going to be big in 2018. His take: pastrami carrots.

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  11. Young revelers ring in New Year 12 hours earlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 31, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Laughter, shouts and the squeal of noisemakers echoed throughout the Grandview Heights middle school gymnasium on Sunday, as hundreds of balloons fell from the ceiling onto the heads of children anxiously waiting underneath. "Happy New Year!" yelled parents who watched as little ones chased after their favorite colors or stomped on the fattest balloons to elicit loud pops.

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  12. New Year's Eve parties include options for everyone Updated atRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 28, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Don't be fooled: Children like to party as much as Mom and Dad do. They just run out of gas earlier.

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  13. Female mechanics defy auto-repair stereotypes Updated atRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 26, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    A green awning above the purple door frame marking the entrance to a small Short North mechanic says “AUTO CARE” in bold white letters, but the "alternative" hinted is only apparent after stepping inside. Just inside the door, service manager Heather Murphy answered phones and customer questions in the tiny office, which also serves as the waiting room.

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  14. Suburbs vary on how many animals are too manyRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 23, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    The man who harbored 166 cats in his home and faces criminal charges regarding animal cruelty will not face additional charges from the city of Gahanna for violating a law limiting the number of animals at a residence. Daniel Slyby, 60, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to 11 misdemeanor charges filed by Columbus Humane related to cruelty and neglect of animals.

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  15. Columbus eyes several parcels for AmazonRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    The city of Columbus has stitched together property in Franklinton, Scioto Peninsula, around the Ohio State University campus and Easton in its bid to land one of the biggest economic-development prizes ever: a second headquarters for Amazon. Hundreds of pages of emails, documents and other records released Thursday by the city in response to a records request from The Dispatch shows the city also has looked at the Ohio State Fairgrounds and Mount Carmel West hospital, but has ruled out those sites for now.

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  16. Fantasy gaming, eyewear sales tax among bills getting Statehouse votesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 30, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Ohio lawmakers this week voted to legalize and regulate fantasy gaming, exempt prescription eyewear from the sales tax and keep high school students better-informed of career choices. The Ohio Senate passed a bill that would hand regulation of fantasy sports gaming, such as those offered by online sites DraftKings and FanDuel, over to the Ohio Casino Control Commission.

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  17. Boxes of love flow from Columbus to Puerto Rico hurricane victimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    The pen marks represent a connection between Puerto Rico and central Ohio. They show a movement begun by a family related by blood and marriage, and expanded by people related by caring and love.

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  18. $7.4 million for 22 Ohio schools among budget changes approvedRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Ohio lawmakers plan to split an additional $7.4 million among 22 school districts and joint vocational schools, including Grandview Heights, to help soften school-funding cuts. A joint conference committee Wednesday morning turned Senate Bill 8 into a state budget cleanup bill, including provisions aimed at easing higher education concerns about new credit transfer requirements, ensuring Newark Digital Academy can remain open, and allowing for grants for storm water drainage at Buckeye Lake.

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  19. Whitehall's rebound lures new businesses, residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    He started his fast-casual Greek restaurant, King Gyros, in a former Taco Bell building at 400 S. Hamilton Road 26 years ago. That was when no one was describing Whitehall as a draw for investment and development, or a lure for first-time homebuyers.

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  20. Some North Linden residents join those concerned over city's rain-garden plansRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 5, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    The city of Columbus expects to pay $80.7 million to install rain gardens in North Linden, the next step in a multiyear plan to spend tens of millions to divert stormwater to prevent sewer overflows. But as in Clintonville, some North Linden residents wonder whether the cost of the Blueprint Columbus project, and the disruption to their neighborhood, will be worth it.

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