Residents ask for information on trash collection plans

By Amanda Ensinger Staff Writer Franklin Township residents voiced concern about a lack of action by the board related to securing a trash contract as they...

This contest is something to chirp about

By Linda Dillman Staff Writer Dust off your tools, uncap your paint, and design and create a new home for a feathered friend by participating in...

Recruits ready for the challenge

The newest class of Columbus Police recruits graduated on Feb. 12 at the CPD Training Academy on Hague Avenue. The 134th police recruit class...

Township officials debate union contracts

By Amanda Ensinger Staff Writer At a recent Franklin Township board meeting, officials debated how to proceed with upcoming contract negotiations with the fire union. “We have...

Fire department likely to work with reduced staff

By Amanda Ensinger Staff Writer At the recent Franklin Township board meeting, Franklin Township Fire Chief James Welch discussed fire department staffing. “We just had three guys...

A Valentine treat delivered by police officers

Columbus Police officers partnered with volunteers to provide food and some Valentine’s Day sweetness to dozens of people in need. In a partnership facilitated by...

New fire chief named in Columbus

Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther announced that after a thorough and exhaustive search outside of the Division of Fire, he has selected Interim Chief Jeffrey...

Columbus Library to reopen for limited services

Columbus Metropolitan Library (CML) will reopen most of its 23 locations for limited services starting Monday, Feb. 8. With limited services, customers can enter the building to: ...

City of Columbus to rewrite its zoning code

By Josephine Birdsell Staff Writer The city of Columbus is beginning to rewrite the zoning code. The Columbus Department of Development and the Department of Building and...

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