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Bounded by I-70 on the north, B&O Railway to the east and south, and the I-270 Outerbelt on the south and west, the Hilltop spans 15 miles on the city’s west side and is home to about 70,000 people. The neighborhood can be traced back to 1888, when the Sullivant family settled there. Most of its neighborhoods were established by the 1940s.

Extra Life: 24-hour game marathon to benefit Children’s Hospital

Jed Jed

***SAVE THE DATE***The Beers and Board Games Club of Columbus will host our 3rd annual 24-hour gaming event to benefit Nationwide Children’s Hospital on November 4! We are so excited to be back at Four StringWest Side Production Facility’s production brewery for this year’s event!Note: this event is 21+ The event will feature tons of […]

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Killer Yoga + Killer Beer

Anne Evans Anne Evans Killer Yoga + Killer Beer

Join us as we kick off your Sunday with a Killer Yoga class followed by Killer Beer from Fourstring brewing. Class takes place at the Hague ave production location, tours are available, and your $10 entry fee gets you an hour long yoga class and your first pint. Reserve now, spots are sure to go […]

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Public Meeting: Incentive Study Roundtable Discussions

Jed Jed

In 2016, the City commissioned a study to analyze incentive offerings for residential, office and industrial development. The goal is to better understand the impacts of current incentive programs on economiccompetitiveness.Councilmember Elizabeth Brown and Development Director Steven Schoeny are hosting four public meetings on the incentive study to explain its findings and answer questions from the community. […]

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Affordable Housing Coming to Former Hospital Site

Brent Warren Brent Warren Affordable Housing Coming to Former Hospital Site

More affordable housing is coming to the Hilltop. Construction is well underway on a three-story, 42-unit building at 180 Wheatland Avenue. The new project, called Wheatland Crossing Senior Apartments, sits on the northern end of a 20-acre site that was once home to the Central Ohio Psychiatric Hospital. The City of Columbus bought the land […]

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The Confluence Cast: The Hilltop

Tim Fulton Tim Fulton The Confluence Cast: The Hilltop

To kick off our neighborhoods series, we’re starting with one of Columbus’ largest, the Hilltop. On the occasion of their newly completed Camp Chase Trail, Jody Dzuranin and Betty Jaynes sat down to discuss the new trail, the renaissance that they’re fighting for on the Hilltop, some of the sensitivities and perceptions that the westside faces, and what they’re doing to […]


Columbus Working to Fix Infant Mortality Rate Problem

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Columbus Working to Fix Infant Mortality Rate Problem

The inaugural class of community health workers, from CelebrateOne’s Connector Corps program, were recognized Tuesday by Mayor Andrew Ginther and other city officials. The 24 women graduating spent the past year learning how to connect at-risk populations around Columbus with life-improving resources with the end goal of reducing Franklin County’s infant mortality rate. Graduate Claudia […]

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Frustration Grows at Lack of Progress on Westland Mall Site

Brent Warren Brent Warren Frustration Grows at Lack of Progress on Westland Mall Site

Frustration is growing on the West Side as the another year passes with no movement on the Westland Mall site. Although it looked like demolition of the mall was imminent last December — when Franklin Township officials cited the property’s owner for a series of code violations — those issues were resolved a short time later and the mall […]


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Join us for the Beer + Donut Brunch Party on Saturday, October 21st!

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