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When John Biemer was spending eight to 12 hours a day with his mother at a nursing home in Maryland, he noticed residents lacked motivation -- unless a pro football game was on television.

Nonprofit group brightens game day for patients, residents

Columbus Development Commission members offered little support for a proposed zoning change for 61 acres at 5830 Ulry Road before they tabled it April 9.

Northwest Civic Association Board of Trustees President John Ehlers last week issued a plea for help with a candidates' night the organization is sponsoring Wednesday, Sept.

After convincing his mother to change schools so he could pursue a dream to compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee, a Pickerington sixth-grader has qualified to do just that.

After convincing his mother to change schools so he could pursue a dream to compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee, a Pickerington sixth-grader has qualified to do just that.

Gahanna Residents in Need is back to the drawing board in searching for a new location to serve the community.

Group that helps others seeks assistance, too

Members of the Northland Community Council development committee had no problem with recommending approval for an updated gas-pricing sign for the GetGo store at 5463 New Albany Road.

Northland Community Council President Emmanuel V. Remy said last week he is working to arrange a meeting with National Church Residences officials regarding the possibility of the nonprofit organization expanding its role along East Dublin-Granville Road.

For 25 years, Tommy Pappas was content to be a behind-the-scenes guy at the Greek Festival.

For 25 years, Tommy Pappas was content to be a behind-the-scenes guy at the Greek Festival.

Gahanna residents will have two opportunities to hear from their five mayoral candidates in a community forum and debate before casting their votes in the May 5 primary.

Gahanna residents will have an opportunity to meet their five mayoral candidates for the May 5 primary during a community forum.

Olentangy Orange High School officials hope a pop-up performance for patients at Nationwide Children's Hospital becomes an annual occurrence.

Orange marchers put on show outside hospital

Editor's note: Choosing five stories from a year's worth of headlines can be a daunting task, but some newsmakers have a way of standing out above the rest. Although many stories were under consideration, these top five stories are among the most significant reported on by ThisWeek West Side News during 2015.

The Grandview Heights community, so defined by its schools, experienced both tragedy and triumph in

When lightning struck a tree and damaged a gas line at a North Ardmore Road residence last week, it brought attention to the importance of knowing what to do in an emergency as summer thunderstorms remain in the forecast.

Approximately Columbia Gas of Ohio customers in and around New Albany began to experience interrupted service this morning, according to a Jan. 5 press release from the company.

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