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Six glacial ravines cut east to west through this neighborhood just six miles north of downtown Columbus. Whetstone Park is a popular landmark and features bike trails, baseball fields and tennis courts, a pond, a library, and a recreation facility, as well as the 13-acre Park of Roses. Clintonville’s business district, concentrated on and near High Street, is home to a variety of shops and bakeries.

COTA and car2go Announce Park & Ride Partnership

Walker Evans Walker Evans COTA and car2go Announce Park & Ride Partnership

Earlier this month, car2go announced that it would be shrinking its local car sharing service area, removing outlying areas that saw lesser usage in order to serve the higher volume areas of the city. The changes, which took effect today, removed portions of northern Clintonville, Linden, West Franklinton, the eastern side of Olde Towne East and […]

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Restaurant Review: 6-1-Pho

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: 6-1-Pho

6-1-Pho’s name is cute and clearly soup-centric, but its meatballs steal the show. The corner stop in Clintonville is regularly packed full of customers learning the ropes of ordering at the fledgling fast-casual business. Like a Chipotle (et al.), 6-1-Pho features a cafeteria line where you can view your eating assembly options, before making any […]

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School Issues: Update on Clinton Elementary Enrollment

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott School Issues: Update on Clinton Elementary Enrollment

After news broke that Clinton Elementary was turning away neighborhood students due to overcrowding, the district has taken new steps to address the issue. And while none of those steps involve restoring the annex building that was demolished last year, the district will be adding classrooms. What follows is a correspondence from district spokesperson Scott […]

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Meet Leah Westwater and Nicole Klasa, New Owners of Balanced Yoga

Nancy Alkire Nancy Alkire Meet Leah Westwater and Nicole Klasa, New Owners of Balanced Yoga

“We are passionate about yoga. The practice, the people, the teachings, and the opportunities. We are thrilled to be the new owners of Balanced Yoga!” say Leah Westwater and Nicole Klasa. With everything from Ashtanga to Yin Yoga on the course schedule, Balanced Yoga is one of the oldest, full-spectrum yoga studios in Columbus. Long-time […]

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Clintonville Greenways Idea Moving Forward

Brent Warren Brent Warren Clintonville Greenways Idea Moving Forward

A proposal to build a network of bicycle and pedestrian-friendly streets in Clintonville has received an initial round of funding from the City of Columbus. Although details have yet to be worked out, the streets that will be targeted have been agreed upon and the overall concept has been endorsed by both the city and […]

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The Olympic Development Approved in Clintonville

Walker Evans Walker Evans The Olympic Development Approved in Clintonville

After a year of public meetings and design revisions, The Olympic mixed-use development has now been approved by the Clintonville Area Commission, the Clintonville Zoning Committee and Columbus City Council. The project was originally proposed with more units, less parking and a bolder design, but neighborhood concerns about all three put the project on hold […]

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Clinton Elementary Exceeds Enrollment Capacity One Year After Annex Demolition

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Clinton Elementary Exceeds Enrollment Capacity One Year After Annex Demolition

It’s been over a year since the Clinton annex was torn down at the Clinton Elementary School. At the time, there was heated debate. The Clintonville Area Commission requested a stay of demolition. Neighbors protested (and counter-protested), but the 1904 building moved into the history books at the end of June, 2014. Some wounds never […]

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