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Mac Worthington Closes Downtown Gallery

 Taijuan Moorman Mac Worthington Closes Downtown Gallery

The Mac Worthington Gallery has closed the doors to its showroom at 138 N. High St. in the Atlas Building Downtown, leaving just a note with the address of its new location. The gallery, established in 1975, featured local and national artists, as well as the work of Mac Worthington, a sculptor and painter whose […]

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Grassroots Group Breaks into Central Committee Races

 Taijuan Moorman Grassroots Group Breaks into Central Committee Races

If you don’t know what a Central Committee is or does, you’re not alone. It’s an important part of the party system; you vote on a ward representative during the primary election, but what happens after? The Franklin County Republican Party explains the purpose of its Central Committee on its website: “Committee members are elected […]

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Alaska Airlines Announces New Nonstop Service from Columbus to Seattle

 Taijuan Moorman Alaska Airlines Announces New Nonstop Service from Columbus to Seattle

Editor’s note: This article has been updated from August 2018 to include a new, daily nonstop flight to Seattle from Alaska Airlines. Alaska Airlines has announced a second daily nonstop Seattle flight to John Glenn Columbus International Airport this summer. Flights will operate June 18 through August 17, 2020, in addition to existing year-round flights […]

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Over Two Dozen Central Ohio Community Initiatives Receive Governor’s Grant

 Taijuan Moorman Over Two Dozen Central Ohio Community Initiatives Receive Governor’s Grant

In late December, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine issued an executive order that will direct Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program funding to various community organizations and initiatives across the state, including 27 Franklin County initiatives. Reviewed by the Governor’s Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, the Governor’s Grant Awards fund initiatives that support services […]

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RxBridge Takes on the Goliaths of the PBM World

 Taijuan Moorman RxBridge Takes on the Goliaths of the PBM World

Like many Dublin, Ohio-based tech companies, RxBridge is in a space where the competition continues to keep the status quo. The Big Box PBMs — pharmacy benefit managers like Optum and Express Scripts, which manage prescription drug benefits on behalf of employers — see revenues into the billions, but that doesn’t necessarily point to a […]

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November Election Write-Ins Show Differing Attitudes of Columbus Voters

 Taijuan Moorman November Election Write-Ins Show Differing Attitudes of Columbus Voters

In the November 5 general election in Columbus, there were 5,262 write-in votes for Mayor Ginther’s unopposed run for re-election in the City of Columbus. According to records provided by the Franklin County Board of Elections, the uncertified candidates written in as alternatives to Mayor Ginther included local leaders and figures, Republican politicians, cartoon characters, […]

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934 Gallery Heads Into a New Year of Change

 Taijuan Moorman 934 Gallery Heads Into a New Year of Change

When Johnny Riddle superseded Abigail Hartung as 934 Gallery’s Executive Director in October, the gallery was considering major changes going into the new decade. Riddle has been at 934 for over two years, initially joining on as a volunteer acquiring sponsorships for 2017’s 934Fest, before officially taking on the role of acquiring funding for the […]

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