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I just looked it up. She plead guilty or no contest to the charges and was placed on probation as of October 2014. In January 2014 she had another ovi-amphetamine which was dismissed for plea in the previous case. She had a probation revocation hearing in August 2015 and was found to have violated the terms and conditions of her probation but her probation was continued. This is all from the public records of the Franklin County Municipal Court.
It was weird at Nationwide and High. They stopped all lanes of traffic to let people through crosswalks both ways then started up again with traffic. This was very safe, just seemed to be a bit of a waste. They didn’t do this at the other intersections I went through yesterday.
Yes, it was the Guild House signage but I have heard that the restaurant should open sometime in January so they should be hiring soon as well.
I drove past yesterday and there was a sign saying now hiring.
I’ve eaten at the one in Pickerington. It was very good. The pizza was excellent. The menu does change somewhat seasonally. It should do well.
I called in the one at High and Main, it wasn’t there before 8:00 a.m. when I went to work and after I dropped someone off at the courthouse after 9:00 a.m. it was just starting to bubble water about an inch above the surface of the street.
BBR, Rodizio Grill, Ted’s Montana Grill near the Arena. Melt will be open soon.November 6, 2013 3:48 pm at 3:48 pm in reply to: The FINAL Columbus Underground Happy Hour – Nov 7 at The Crest #553579
I had the exact same experience as TaraK at multiple happy hours.September 18, 2013 6:54 pm at 6:54 pm in reply to: The 'I Killed A Man' Drunk Driving Confession Video #550788
He knew (or his lawyers informed him) that Judge Lynch would probably give him the maximum, so he tried to get another judge by gaming the system with a not guilty plea which meant that he could have gotten assigned Judge Lynch again or any of the other judges on the bench. We won’t know if his gaming the system worked until he is sentenced.
The trains blow their horns for various reasons, near the AD it is usually because there are people (homeless) wandering around. When I lived at Arena Crossing a few years ago it wasn’t that bad because I was on another side of the building. There were times that it would wake me up, usually I could just turn over and go back to sleep.
The link: Conway Greene – Gahanna Code Chapter 505 of the Gahanna Municipal Code does not state specifics about chickens as to one acre, etc., just details what nuisances are/what you could get in trouble for – noise, smell, etc.March 13, 2013 12:10 pm at 12:10 pm in reply to: Parking lot across 4th from Dirty Frank's & Little Palace? #535880
I know someone who contacted the owner of the lot to discuss buying it years ago (around 2000). The owner lives out of state and uses it as an investment property with money coming in from the parking. At that time the owner had no interest in selling.January 17, 2013 7:18 pm at 7:18 pm in reply to: Hae-Paul's restaurant Downtown (formerly Natalie's Diner) #517098
I ate there for lunch today and had the pulled pork special. It was very good. They are now open for dinner on Thursday until 8, Friday and Saturday until 9. They also have beer and wine available now.October 31, 2012 12:18 pm at 12:18 pm in reply to: Free Popcorn for Voting Nov. 6 at Gateway Film Center #517869
Wait – I thought it was only illegal if it is done to try to buy a specific vote. Giving out free things to people who have already voted is fine; there is no suggestion of how to vote.
FYI – the casino is non-smoking and all workers are non-smoking but there are a couple of smoking patios you can access from the casino floor for customers, you don’t have to hang around an entrance or exit to smoke. I haven’t actually gone outside of one, I just know that they’re there.