Foreclosures during the Great Recession added to thousands of blighted properties in Columbus. But, a state program helped fund demolition of many of those houses and apartment units.
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DuPont agreed to pay the Federal Environmental Protection Agency $16.5 million to resolve accusations that it withheld important health information regarding a chemical used to make Teflon. A group trying to get DuPont to stop using the chemicals says it’s satisfied with the settlement.
As former Ohio State University marketing professor Roger Blackwell prepares for his sentencing tomorrow on federal crime convictions, he’s counting on a little help from his friends as he goes before the judge.
Iraqi Nationals living in Columbus and other parts of the Midwest cast ballots in Iraq’s Parlimentary elections
It’s going to cost more to sell property in Franklin County starting next month. The County Commission approved doubling the real estate transfer fee Tuesday morning. The money raised from the increase is supposed to help fund affordable housing and homelessness programs in the county. The vote came after heated debate .