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  1. Central Ohio becoming top destination for horse riders Updated atRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Columbus Dispatch

    That was a dozen or so years ago, back when Dunlap had just started riding as a form of therapy after her father died. Today, the 18-year-old New Albany resident and Columbus Academy senior, who returned to the saddle after recuperating from that initial injury and from subsequent falls, is considering a career as a professional rider.

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  2. Man killed in two-vehicle crash on Route 62 in New AlbanyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 31 | The Columbus Dispatch

    New Albany Police responded just before 7 p.m. to a report of a collision on Route 62, north of Smith Mill Road, according to a New Albany release. Jerrod Rohrer, 23, has been identified by city officials as the passenger who died.

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  3. Dublin latest city to loosen restrictions on pit bullsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 29 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Dublin is the latest city to loosen restrictions on pit bull dogs and their owners, approving ordinances that no longer classify the breed as inherently vicious. The Dublin City Council voted 6-1 Monday to remove the designation, putting pit bulls on equal footing with other breeds.

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  4. Facebook's New Albany data center plan is officialRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 15, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Facebook on Tuesday became the latest tech giant to announce a big investment in central Ohio, but it won't be the last if development officials and Gov. John Kasich get their way. Kasich and others heralded Facebook's announcement of a $750 million data center in New Albany as one more significant step in attracting tech jobs to Ohio.

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  5. Facebook makes official announcement of New Albany data center planRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 15, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Facebook officially announced its plans Tuesday morning to build a data center in the New Albany International Business Park. The company will invest $750 million on its 970,000-square-foot facility that it said will be powered completely by renewable energy.

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  6. Still no ID for woman's legs found at trash centerRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 9, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    The woman was in her 30s. She was black. She could have been 5 feet, 3 inches to 5 feet, 11 inches tall.

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  7. Legs found at trash collection center yet to be ID'd Updated atRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 8, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    The woman was in her 30s. She was black. She could have been 5 foot 3 inches to 5 foot 11 inches tall.

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  8. Authorities still unable to ID legs found at trash collection center Updated atRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 8, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    The woman was in her 30s. She was black. She could have been 5 foot 3 inches to 5 foot 11 inches tall.

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  9. McCoy Center for the Arts announces 2017-18 seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 4, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    The McCoy Center for the Arts, 100 W. Dublin-Granville Road, New Albany, has announced its 2017-18 season, which includes: Jan. 12: Rick Springfield - The Grammy-winning singer, songwriter and musician's performance will include music, storytelling and a quest-and-answer session with the audience. March 2: Jonny Lang - Known for his stellar guitar playing and soulful voice, Grammy Award-winning Lang will tour in support of his new album, "Signs," set for release in September.

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  10. Craig to run for Senate seat, setting up likely primaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 3, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    State Rep. Hearcel Craig has announced he will run for an open Ohio Senate seat in Columbus, setting up a likely Democratic primary. So far, Craig and Kyle Strickland, a Harvard Law School graduate and attorney at the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity, are vying to replace term-limited Sen. Charleta Tavares, D-Columbus, in the 15th District.

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  11. Painted barns a high-profile reflection of Pelotonia mission -- to end cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 3, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    The hill on Reynolds Road near Legend Hills Orchard in Utica is known among cyclists as the most daunting leg of the longest Pelotonia route. A message painted on a nearby barn this year, though, should give the riders in the 10th annual fundraiser for cancer research extra motivation to push through: "Thank you riders, donors and volunteers."

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  12. Community grieves for 8-year-old 'Super Braxton' Posted atRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 29, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Friends, family and a grieving community are saying goodbye to Braxton Long, an 8-year-old cancer patient who kept a full heart and a crooked grin to the end. "He never lost his childish magic," said the Rev.

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  13. Idol's Kitchen brings cheese-filled 'jucy Lucy' burger to central OhioRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 24, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    The “jucy Lucy” – a burger with a molten cheese center – is not new in the world of indulgent sandwiches, but it's certainly a rarity in central Ohio. The half-pound burger, stuffed with quality American cheese, is the highly touted signature dish at Koval's new enterprise, Idol's Kitchen, which operates from inside of the Alumni Club Sports Bar, 395 Stoneridge Lane, Gahanna.

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  14. a Judya s Billa passes Ohio Senate 33-0 the day after her deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 28, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    One day after her death from a horrific attack two years earlier, Judy Malinowski was honored Wednesday with a moment of silence by the full Senate chamber, which then unanimously passed legislation in her name aimed at preventing future attacks. She was given just days to live after her ex-boyfriend, Michael W. Slager, doused her with gasoline and set her ablaze Aug 2, 2015, following an argument in a Gahanna bank parking lot.

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  15. Temple Israel taps next leader, prepares to move to smaller buildingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    A new senior rabbi is just one of the changes coming to the largest and oldest Reform Judaism synagogue in Columbus. The congregation at Temple Israel, which is approximately 170 years old, recently installed now-Associate Rabbi Sharon Mars as senior rabbi and bought a smaller East Side building closer to Bexley that it will move to.

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  16. High schools | These dedicated fans truly are super Updated atRead the original story

    May 20, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Although the athletes are in constant flux, an overwhelming sense of loyalty to one's high school alma mater - or perhaps the alma mater of their children or grandchildren - keeps some fans coming back, game after game, year after year. Virtually every area school has at least one so-called “super-fan” who is a fixture in the stands.

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  17. Central Ohio poised for first air-quality alertRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    "As we're going into the summer, that's when people should really be paying attention," said Brandi Whetstone, air-quality program supervisor at the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission. "We're on the cusp of what's acceptable."

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  18. Bill would require cities to reimburse township fire units for lost tax revenueRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    In many of central Ohio's sprawling outer suburbs, neighboring township fire departments provide the services that keep the growing populations safe. But because tax deals between cities and developers often fuel suburban growth, townships say they're losing millions of dollars in revenue they need to keep up with the increase in emergency calls.  House Bill 69 would require cities to reimburse township fire departments for the full amount of property taxes lost in new municipal tax-increment-financing districts that the departments serve.

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  19. Twists on Tradition: Chef offers new ideas for Passover cooking Updated Apr 5, 2017 atRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Passover, the time when Jews celebrate their people's freedom from slavery in Egypt, begins Monday evening and ends April 18. To help inspire some new ideas for Passover meals, the National Council of Jewish Women's Columbus Section recently hosted a cooking demonstration at the Philip Heit Center for Healthy New Albany. Chef Douglas Miller, owner of Tall Timbers Banquet and Conference Center in Reynoldsburg, conducted the demonstration, drawing on his many years of experience preparing kosher foods.

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  20. Dividing Lines | Last-mile bus service delivers workers to warehouse jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 19, 2017 | The Columbus Dispatch

    The first workers arrive before dawn, ready to swap buses for the last-mile service that will deliver them to the warehouses. COTA's Line 81 stops where the shuttle picks up - at a Marathon gas station on the corner of Alum Creek Drive and London-Groveport Road.

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