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Reeb-Hosack neighborhood ready for a comeback

Walker Evans Walker Evans Reeb-Hosack neighborhood ready for a comeback

The Dispatch wrote Reeb Hosack: Ready for a comeback Sunday, December 7, 2008 BY SHERRI WILLIAMS Carrie Garnes remembers the days when several industries pumped jobs and money into the Reeb-Hosack neighborhood. Bustling businesses lined the streets. Neighbors thrived. “We used to have anything you would have in an affluent suburb,” said Garnes, 85, who […]

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City to cut $3.2 million in local programs

Walker Evans Walker Evans City to cut $3.2 million in local programs

The Dispatch wrote City to cut $3.2 million in local programs Thursday, October 23, 2008 By Robert Vitale The city plans to cut $3.2 million next year out of programs run with money from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. City finance and development officials say they had been able to carry over […]

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Tiny park reflects pride of Ganthers Place

Walker Evans Walker Evans Tiny park reflects pride of Ganthers Place

The Dispatch wrote Tiny park reflects pride of neighborhood Friday, September 12, 2008 BY ANN FISHER I don’t have enough room to list everyone who helped transform a vacant lot into the beating heart of a neighborhood. That’s good. It’s good that the changes in Ganthers Place on Columbus’ South Side — and its new […]

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Black Creek Bistro buying Columbus Music Hall

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Business First of Columbus wrote Black Creek Bistro nearing deal to buy Columbus Music Hall Friday, August 29, 2008 by Dan Eaton An historic east-side spot that has hosted all manner of sights and sounds in the past two decades could become a home for tastes and pleasant aromas in its next life. The owners […]

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E.T. Paul & Carabar to be sacrificed for 70/71 Split

Walker Evans Walker Evans E.T. Paul & Carabar to be sacrificed for 70/71 Split

NBC4i.com wrote Historic Business To Be Removed For Downtown Split Wednesday, Aug 13, 2008 By Denise Yost The Interstate 70-Interstate 71 split is one of the most dangerous roadways in Central Ohio. A $1.4 billion road project aims at decreasing crashes in the area, but some area residents said the construction could hurt businesses and […]

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South Side may get housing cooperative

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The Dispatch wrote South Side may get housing cooperative Saturday, May 17, 2008 BY MARK FERENCHIK Cooperative housing, common in many large cities but foreign to Columbus, is being proposed to help spur the renovation of a South Side neighborhood. A nonprofit group wants to build “co-ops” on city-owned land between Reeb and Barthman avenues […]

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Columbus Music Hall to shut doors soon

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The Dispatch wrote Columbus Music Hall to shut doors soon as owner plans retirement Saturday, April 5, 2008 BY AARON BECK Central Ohio will lose a much-loved concert venue — a “music-first” outlet for 20 years — when the Columbus Music Hall closes at month’s end. “I’m ready to move on,” owner Becky Ogden said. […]

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