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Report Explores Effectiveness of Current Efforts to Reduce Infant Mortality Rate

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Report Explores Effectiveness of Current Efforts to Reduce Infant Mortality Rate

While safe sleep has been the main priority in initiatives tackling Central Ohio’s devastating infant mortality rate, a new study reveals the ways these efforts need to change in order to make a real impact. Birth Equity — A Pathway Forward revisits the idea of addressing the social determinants of health to achieve better birth […]

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70 Percent of Columbus Millennials are Renters

Walker Evans Walker Evans 70 Percent of Columbus Millennials are Renters

If you live in Columbus and you’re under the age of 35 and don’t own a home, then you’re not alone. According to a new study completed by apartment search company ABODO, only 30 percent of the Millennial demographic in Columbus are currently home owners. “We know that Millennials are often labeled as the renter […]

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Columbus Ranked #1 Real Estate Outlook in Midwest

Walker Evans Walker Evans Columbus Ranked #1 Real Estate Outlook in Midwest

The annual Emerging Trends in Real Estate report, compiled by the Urban Land Institute and PricewaterhouseCoopers, has some good news for Columbus. The city was ranked in the report as having the number one local outlook for the Midwest Region. That score is decided by local experts that rank and score cities based on overall […]

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Just How Bad Are Drivers in Columbus?

Walker Evans Walker Evans Just How Bad Are Drivers in Columbus?

If you’re out traveling around the city this summer, there’s a likelihood you’re going to encounter some traffic, an accident or just some terrible driving in general. Perhaps you’ll shake your fist at the sky and exclaim “Drivers in Columbus are the worst!” But if you’ve ever wondered if that claim holds water, now there’s […]

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Columbus Economy Poised for Continued Growth in 2014

Walker Evans Walker Evans Columbus Economy Poised for Continued Growth in 2014

As the national economy continues to gradually strengthen, the story in Ohio continues to be a familiar one. The state as a whole is projected to continue to lag behind, while the Columbus metro area shines bright as a diamond in the rough with an above-average rate of employment growth. “Central Ohio recovered the last […]

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