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  1. Worthington Industries considering $7.5M expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Business Journal

    Worthington Industries Inc. is considering expanding its engineered cabs business at one of its plants in Tennessee or South Dakota. The Greeneville Sun reports the Columbus-based company is looking at a $7.5 million expansion, and has an incentive package in the works from Greeneville, Tennessee, to land the project.

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  2. Columbus police investigation upholds pepper sprayings after Ohio State championshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Cleveland.com

    Columbus police say two news photographers and an Ohio State graduate have themselves to blame for getting pepper-sprayed by officers following the Buckeyes' football championship win in January. Responding to complaints against officers' actions, police investigators concluded that the three should have followed police orders to leave North High Street before chemical agents were used to disperse a mob of raucous fans .

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  3. Worthington Industries Increases Revolving Credit Facility to $500 MillionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | Market Wire

    The final maturity of the credit facility was also extended by three years to April 2020. "This revolver amendment provides additional capital and increased flexibility, while locking in attractive rates for an extended period of time," Executive Vice President and CFO Andy Rose said.

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  4. Criminals Off the Record and Slipping Through the CracksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | WBNS

    But a joint investigation from 10 Investigates and the Columbus Dispatch reveals that the system keeping track of these criminals repeatedly breaks down, causing fingerprints to slip through the cracks for months and hundreds of criminals to be misidentified. Criminal records are maintained by the Bureau of Criminal Investigation - which is part of the Ohio Attorney General's Office.

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  5. Zip Zone Canopy Tours Sets Dates for Full Moon ToursRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 23 | PR.com

    ZipZone Canopy Tours is offering thrill seekers seven weekends throughout the season to experience its full moon zip tour. For two nights during these lunar events, ZipZone guests will fly through the forest by night, under only the light of the full moon.

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  6. House ending bid to kill schools' 'win-win' pactRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | The Columbus Dispatch

    The Ohio House will abandon a short-lived effort to essentially abolish the 1986 pact between Columbus and several suburban school districts regarding boundaries and revenue sharing. Republican leaders this afternoon are expected to remove from the House version of the state budget an amendment to change the terms of the so-called win-win agreement, legislators said.

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  7. John Switzer: Migrating hummingbirds buzz back into Ohio backyardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 19 | The Columbus Dispatch

    The first hummingbirds have arrived in central Ohio. That's always a momentous event, because the tiny birds are so revered by some folks that they are considered pets.

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  8. More than 600 jobs lost recently in Florence CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | WPDE

    The recent announcement of the closings of two plants will result in the loss of more than 600 jobs in Florence County. ESAB Welding announced Wednesday it will close its plant in Florence and about 300 people are expected to lose their jobs, according to a release from the company.

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  9. Two from G-J in running for contestRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | This Week Community News

    Gahanna Lincoln High School's Cindi Macioce is up against four other high school teachers from Tolles Career & Technical Center, St. Francis DeSales High School, Dublin Scioto High School and Columbus North International High School. Gahanna's Lincoln Elementary School first-grade teacher Abbey Murry is one of five elementary school finalists from Columbus, Olentangy, Groveport Madison and Worthington.

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  10. TWHS to host 'Fusion 4 the Fight' fundraiserRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | This Week Community News

    A student-led initiative grew into a multi-school-district fundraiser for cancer research that includes a community festival and 5K race. "Fusion 4 the Fight" will begin at 1 p.m. Sunday, May 3, on the flats behind Thomas Worthington High School, 300 W. Granville Road, with a community festival that will feature food trucks, festival booths, sports and music.

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  11. Worthington: Dublin man charged with drug traffickingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | This Week Community News

    A Dublin man was charged with drug trafficking after Worthington police found a large amount of marijuana in his vehicle during a traffic stop about midnight April 6. They found 144 grams, nearly one-third of a pound, of marijuana in his vehicle, and he was charged with trafficking in drugs, according to the report. Police arrested a Columbus man for an outstanding open-container warrant after he was found "screaming at traffic" about 10 p.m. April 4. Officers reported the man was having "untreated mental illness," took him into custody and found drug paraphernalia on him, according to the report.

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  12. Worthington's Mirick, Willis receive honorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | This Week Community News

    William Mirick and Catherine Willis, two of the five, are from the the Worthington area and are happy to have their efforts in the community recognized by the central Ohio award. The Jefferson Awards are presented by WBNS-10TV and Nationwide to honor "ordinary people doing extraordinary things" in their community.

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  13. Signs detail zoning plans in city trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | This Week Community News

    Columbus City Councilwoman Michelle Mills announced last week she is working on a pilot program to better inform residents when property near them is the subject of rezoning or variance requests. Speaking at the April 7 meeting of the Northland Community Council, the chairwoman of council's development and environment committee asked for a volunteer from the group to help in developing the trial project.

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  14. Roll-Kraft Conducts In-House Roll Form Seminar for ClarkDietrichaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 12 | PRWeb

    What made this program such a success, is that ClarkDietrich had key management personnel from many of their departments attend the program. Roll-Kraft recently conducted a corporate in-house roll form training seminar for ClarkDietrich Building Systems, one of the major suppliers of stud and track for the drywall industry.

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  15. McElroy/Van HornRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 12 | The Daily Herald

    Randy and Joyce McElroy of Delphos announce the engagement of their daughter, Megan, to Luke Van Horn, son of Matt and Sara Van Horn of Tiffin. The bride-elect is a 2007 graduate of Jefferson High School and earned her bachelor of arts degree in psychology from Tiffin University in 2011.

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  16. Columbus Public Health Tracks Stomach Bug OutbreakRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | WBNS

    Norovirus is infectious and spreads quickly. Columbus Public Health often sees clusters of cases in childcare centers, healthcare facilities and schools.

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  17. PCCP Provides $29M for The HeightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | GlobeSt.com

    PCCP, LLC recently provided a $29.48 million senior loan to what it called 'a private high net worth investor' for the acquisition of The Heights, a new two-building, class A apartment complex comprising 193 units located at 160 W. Wilson Bridge Rd. in suburban Worthington. The seller was Crawford Hoying , a local developer, who began building the community in September 2013.

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  18. Foodies get to sample city's finest April 17Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 7 | This Week Community News

    With a new location and even more food to sample, the Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce's annual Taste of Westerville has the potential to be its largest ever. Last year, Taste of Westerville was held at the Lakes Golf & Country Club in Worthington, where 330 guests attended the sold-out event.

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  19. County right of way slices into Worthington houseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 8 | The Columbus Dispatch

    When Jay Zollars stands just outside the doorway of the house he bought at 6245 Linworth Rd., he's in a 127-year-old public right of way, where Worthington technically could widen the road or lay down a bike path. That worries Zollars because he has spent thousands of dollars fixing up the ramshackle house he got tired of looking at from his home across the street.

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  20. Bunnies hop out chocolatier's doorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 4 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Easter has been a sweet season this year for retailers, especially those who sell candy. Just ask the folks at Columbus favorite Anthony-Thomas, who have been pleasantly overwhelmed this year with customers seeking to fill their Easter baskets or wanting to buy a boxed selection for moms and sweethearts.

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