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  1. Beechcroft student arrested after threat toward schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2018 | This Week Community News

    Columbus police have arrested a Beechcroft High School student after discovering a threat that there would be an attack there Monday. The threat, which indicated there would be an attack Monday at the Northeast Side high school, was discovered on social media Friday afternoon, police said.

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  2. Presidents Day activity hunters find what they're looking forRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 20, 2018 | This Week Community News

    Pine cones and leaves were the targets of dozens for children who participated in the Frosty Scavenger Hunt on Feb. 19 at Homestead Park in Hilliard. Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks changed the program's name on the fly from Frosty Scavenger Hunt after temperatures climbed to an unseasonably warm 70 degrees on Presidents Day, when Hilliard and other school districts were closed.

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  3. Love U pumped to play at ArnoldRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 20, 2018 | This Week Community News

    Last year, Joel Lorenz went to the Arnold Sports Festival as a competitor in the annual event's Quest for Talent show. This year, the 16-year-old New Albany High School sophomore will perform there as a member of his own band.

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  4. Opening date set for Reynoldsburg Winking LizardRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 20, 2018 | This Week Community News

    The Reynoldsburg location, 7995 E. Broad St., will have a familiar look: 32 high-definition TVs, a large dining room that seats 170 and an expansive patio complete with a firepit and garage doors leading to the bar, according to beverage manager Sean Avren. Winking Lizard will not disappoint with its beer selections, for which the Cleveland-based chain is known, with 35 brews on tap, mostly microbrews, and another 140 by the bottle, Avren said.

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  5. Table Talk: Phillip's food truck keeps coney-dog tradition rolling Updated atRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 19, 2018 | This Week Community News

    Nick Manus has revived Phillip's Original Coney Island in a style that most contemporary diners would understand -- with a food truck, aptly named Phillip's on Wheels. It's been about a year since Phillip's Original Coney Island closed its doors, leaving behind a more-than-century-old tradition.

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  6. Tourney's athletes push selves to limitRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2018 | This Week Community News

    The 12-year-old said he plans to participate in the Hoops Madness Tournament on Feb. 24 in the Franklin Park Indoor Adventure Center, 1755 E. Broad St. in east Columbus. Up to 30 wheelchair-basketball hoopsters will take the court from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the 20th annual tournament at the center, a facility owned by the Columbus Recreation and Parks Department.

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  7. Community mourns, honors fallen officersRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2018 | This Week Community News

    The retired teacher stood amid the landscaping of Hill Funeral Home, clutching a miniature American flag to honor a fallen Westerville police officer she'd known since he was a hometown boy. Jeri Price, 66, blinked back tears as she told stories of Eric Joering, a fun-loving kid in her elementary school physical education classes.

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  8. Table Talk: Kai's Crab Boil emphasizes hands-on dining Updated atRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2018 | This Week Community News

    But at Kai's Crab Boil in northwest Columbus, the messy dining experience is part of the attraction, said owners Kai Sheng and Tiffany Cho. Patrons at Kai's, 839 Bethel Road in the Olentangy Plaza, can create their own boil or choose one of three "house" combos: the Pacific , one pound each of snow crab legs and shrimp; the Gulf , one pound each of crawfish, shrimp and mussels; and the New England , one lobster and and a pound of snow crab.

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  9. Gethsemane Lutheran Church looks back on 70 years of family, charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 5, 2018 | This Week Community News

    A church that began with 10 Lutherans squeezed into a Clintonville living room in 1948 will celebrate its 70th anniversary this weekend. A service at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 11, will mark the anniversary of the founding of Gethsemane Lutheran Church, now at 35 E. Stanton Ave. in Clintonville.

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  10. Mikey wants Lewis Center diners to eat at Joe's Updated atRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 5, 2018 | This Week Community News

    Mike Sorboro has positioned himself as a stalwart of Columbus' Short North dining scene, feeding hungry urbanites ambling back home after a night of cocktails and craft beer. But Sorboro snuck into Lewis Center about 18 months ago, buying BrewZaa at 6477 Pullman Drive, a strip-mall bar that seemed to conflict with his hipster image.

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  11. New Albany natives will headline Rumba rock showRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 31, 2018 | This Week Community News

    Love U, an alternative rock duo consisting of brothers Nick and Joel Lorenz of New Albany, will perform Friday, Feb. 2, at Rumba Cafe, 2507 Summit St. in Columbus, according to a press release about the show. Nick Lorenz, who performs lead vocals and plays guitar, bass and keyboard, is a 2015 New Albany High School graduate.

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  12. Juniper perches diners atop Smith Bros. building Updated atRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 29, 2018 | This Week Community News

    Offering views of downtown Columbus, the Short North and nearby neighborhoods, it is the crowning touch to the Smith Bros. Hardware Co.

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  13. Festival of conservative plays returns for second yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 22, 2018 | This Week Community News

    Cooperman's appropriately named nonprofit organization, Stage Right Productions Inc., will present the Conservative Theatre Festival II Jan. 26 through 28 in the Shedd Theatre, 549 Franklin Ave. Performances of the six short plays are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Jan. 26 and 27, and at 1:30 p.m. Jan. 28. "I've found an unfulfilled area of the arts," said Cooperman, a native of Queens, N.Y., who came to Columbus in 1991 to pursue a doctorial degree in English with a focus on modern drama at Ohio State University. After earning his doctorate in 1996, Cooperman worked in the corporate world.

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  14. Table Talk: Andes owner seeks ascent to 'empanada king' Posted atRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 22, 2018 | This Week Community News

    Nisthauz recently opened Andes Bar & Grill in the former Hae-Paul's Korean American Kitchen, 79 S. Fourth St. The 50-seat interior is colorful, with costumes and pictures from countries that touch the Andes mountain range in South America. "It's real criolla food," Nisthauz said, using a term that refers to cuisines created by Europeans but made with Caribbean ingredients and cooking styles.

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  15. #ThisWeekBreweryTour week 2: Sideswipe of west ColumbusRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2018 | This Week Community News

    Sideswipe Brewing, 2419 Scioto Harper Drive in west Columbus, was ThisWeek's second stop along our #thisweekbrewerytour series in which we're seeing how the dozens of breweries in central Ohio stand out from one another. Sideswipe owner Craig O'Herron brews about 15 beers in his brewery in addition to making nitro coffee for those who don't drink alcohol.

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  16. Veritas binds future to 'heart' of Columbus Updated atRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 15, 2018 | This Week Community News

    The restaurant, known for its upscale fare and hand-crafted cocktails, has opened at 11 W. Gay St. in downtown Columbus. Josh Dalton, chef and founder of the original Veritas Tavern in Delaware, snatched up the opportunity to move operations to the heart of Columbus, said his assistant, Meghan McNeil.

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  17. Menards plans store on Hilliard-Rome RoadRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 11, 2018 | This Week Community News

    Menards has purchased land on the West Side, on the southwest corner of Rome Hilliard Road and Feder Road, and plans to build a store on the site. "If all goes as planned, we hope to build a new Menards store at some point in the future," said a spokesman for Wisconsin-based Menards.

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  18. ODA issues alert involving ice cream distributed to area schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 11, 2018 | This Week Community News

    The Ohio Department of Agriculture today, Jan. 11, issued a public-health alert for an undetermined amount of protein ice cream produced by Flexfrost LLC. Flexfrost products were produced in a commercial kitchen at1400 Dublin Road, Columbus. Consumers should be aware that these frozen desserts were produced illegally without a license and outside proper food-safety protocols for such products, the ODA release said.

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  19. Intrepid hikers hit frozen trailsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 8, 2018 | This Week Community News

    The weather outside might be "frightful," but snow and frigid cold didn't stop hikers during the first trek of the 45th annual Metro Parks Winter Hike Series. Metro Parks officials said 724 people hit the trails for 2- or 4-mile hikes at Blacklick Woods Metro Park, 6975 E. Livingston Ave. in Reynoldsburg, at 10 a.m. Jan. 6. Other hikes in the series will be held Saturday mornings and Sunday afternoons at 12 other central Ohio Metro Parks through Feb. 24. "Attendance ranges from around 500 to over 1,000, depending on the weather," said Anne Pillion, park ranger at Blacklick Woods.

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  20. Worthington student hit by car expected to recoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2018 | This Week Community News

    A student was hit by a vehicle while crossing Hard Road near Worthington Kilbourne High School early Friday morning, Jan. 5, but is expected to recover after being taken to a hospital, according to Worthington Schools Superintendent Trent Bowers. According to Bowers, the student was going to school early to work on homework and was arriving before all safety procedures began for the day.

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