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Census shows how Columbus suburbs stack up

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The Dispatch wrote Census shows how suburbs stack up Tuesday, December 9, 2008 BY SHERRI WILLIAMS Of the seven largest suburbs in Franklin County, Reynoldsburg is the most diverse and Upper Arlington is home to the most residents working from home. Those highlights are in a census report being released today that focuses on midsize […]

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Poverty continues to extend to suburban outskirts

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The Dispatch wrote Poverty extends to outskirts Wednesday, September 3, 2008 BY SHERRI WILLIAMS Delaware County is Ohio’s fastest-growing, but pockets of poverty exist there and are increasing, according to U.S. Census Bureau data released last week. There were 1,428 more people in the county living below the poverty line last year than the year […]

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Columbus grows while rest of Ohio shrinks

 

The Dispatch wrote Columbus grows while rest of Ohio shrinks Thursday, July 10, 2008 BY SHERRI WILLIAMS Lately, census numbers rarely have been kind to Cleveland. Today, one is downright gloomy. According to U.S. Census estimates to be released today, Cleveland lost 5,067 people from July 1, 2006, to July 1, 2007, more than any […]

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CNN: Columbus, Ohio’s Happening Side

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cnn.com wrote Columbus, Ohio’s happening side Fri May 30, 2008 By Jason Cohen Tens of thousands of people head to Columbus every fall during Ohio State’s football season. I’m as much a road-trip loving football fan as the next guy, but I actually never thought the Ohio capital was as charming as say Madison, Wisconsin, […]

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Ohio’s minority growth offsets population losses

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The Plain Dealer wrote Ohio’s minority growth offsets population losses Posted by Robert L. Smith May 01, 2008 A Plain Dealer analysis of new census data found that minority communities surged in size in Ohio this decade, helping to offset population losses and secure Ohio’s position as America’s seventh-largest state. Ohio lost about 24,000 white […]

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Columbus’ population up, a rarity in Ohio

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The Dispatch wrote Columbus’ population up, a rarity in Ohio Thursday, March 27, 2008 BY MARK FERENCHIK The Columbus and Cincinnati metro areas are gaining people, but the rest of the state’s urban areas continue to shed population as Ohio’s economic struggles persist. Only 60 of the nation’s 363 metropolitan areas lost population between July […]

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Columbus region grows, rest of Ohio stalls

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The Dispatch wrote Region grows, Ohio stalls Thursday, March 20, 2008 BY JEB PHILLIPS If it were not for the growth of central Ohio’s seven counties, the state would have had a net loss of more than 16,000 residents in 2007. Ohio led the nation with seven of the 34 counties that had the biggest […]

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