Politics

‘Flag Wars’ Helped Me See Systems Of Racism In Housing And Its Effects On My Own Family

My junior year of high school, about 8 years ago, I stayed with my grandma in the Dublin-Granville Road area. It was more convenient to go from her house to school or work rather than staying at my house with my mother and sister. The time and lessons that I learned from grandmother are things …

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Linden’s Suburban Beginnings Make Revitalization A Different Challenge

Ever since Andrew Ginther won the mayor’s office, a stated focus for his administration has been to reinvest in the Linden neighborhood. He ran on a platform of spreading investment to other neighborhoods that he, and many others, felt had been ignored by the Coleman Administration’s steady focus on Downtown and the immediate area. Coleman …

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Hundreds Gather To March In Support Of The Mueller Investigation

Nationwide protests and rallies took place on Thursday night in opposition to the forced resignation of former Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Rapid response protests had been planned for months if the president took action to impede the Russia investigation by firing either Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller or Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Many activists considered …

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Friends For Parks Publicly Launches Metro Parks Levy Campaign

This past Wednesday, Friends for Parks hosted a public launch event for their campaign efforts to pass the Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks levy at Scioto Audubon Metro Park. Metro Parks’ leadership, advocates, and partners spoke to the public about the upcoming levy and shared how the Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks have …

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The City Of Columbus Is Ordering Small Trash Cans For Big Problem Areas

In an effort to stop illegal dumping, the City of Columbus is making a big change to their dumpsters. The massive 300-gallon trash cans that us downtown dwellers have come to know and love will be no more. City officials believe that the massive receptacles are magnets for illegal dumping and will begin replacing them …

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