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Experts Weigh in on Possible Crew Stadium Locations

Brent Warren Brent Warren Experts Weigh in on Possible Crew Stadium Locations

Since the news broke last fall that the Columbus Crew SC owner Precourt Sports Ventures (PSV) was considering moving the team to Austin, the story has taken many twists and turns. Although the final outcome is still unknown – and may not be resolved for some time – recent developments suggest that there could be reason […]

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Two City Parks on the Table for Crew Stadium Relocation

Walker Evans Walker Evans Two City Parks on the Table for Crew Stadium Relocation

An open letter released today from Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther and Columbus Partnership CEO Alex Fischer outlines more details on the ongoing efforts to retain the Columbus Crew SC soccer team after owner Anthony Precourt made it known in October that he is looking to relocate the team to a new city. Within that letter […]

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New Dodge Pool in Franklinton is a Hit this Summer

Walker Evans Walker Evans New Dodge Pool in Franklinton is a Hit this Summer

It’s been widely publicized that Franklinton is on the cusp of a rebirth, with new art studios, businesses, bars and eateries making a big splash in the neighborhood. A completely different type of splash was made at Dodge Park on June 10th when the park’s new public pool opened. The former Dodge pool was originally […]

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I-70/71 plan shrinks two downtown parks

Walker Evans Walker Evans I-70/71 plan shrinks two downtown parks

The Dispatch wrote I-70/71 plan shrinks parks Friday, November 28, 2008 BY DEBBIE GEBOLYS Plans for rebuilding the I-70/71 corridor Downtown aren’t final, but one thing is: The improved highway will nip off parts of two parks. The Ohio Department of Transportation will show plans for changes to Dodge Park in Franklinton and Scioto Audubon […]

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Urban Scrawl 2008 takes place on Sat. Sept 27

Walker Evans Walker Evans

  Press Release wrote Urban Scrawl 2008 presented by CD 101 and the Franklinton Arts District  Unique Arts Festival features local artists The Franklinton Arts District (FAD) is resurrecting the popular community arts celebration Urban Scrawl, September 27, 2008 from 10am-7pm at Dodge Park in the heart of Franklinton. This free event features artists creating […]

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