WOSU News Archives For: December 5, 2011

Ohio’s Largest Online Charter School Hiring…Again

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The school is the nation's largest online K-12 charter with about 12,200 students.
12:59PM
December 5, 2011

The Columbus-based Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow brought in 100 new teachers at the beginning of the school year. Now administrators say they need 40 more.

Post Office To Announce Processing Center Closures

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Postal Service administrators want to close about 250 mail processing centers around the country.
8:03AM
December 5, 2011

Under a plan released earlier this year, Columbus and Cleveland would be the only areas of the state spared from closures.

What Do You Think Of The Art Proposed For Downtown Columbus?

6:00AM
December
5, 2011

The city of Columbus is considering a large public art display for the Scioto Mile. It’s in the shape of a nuclear power plant cooling tower. What do you think of it?

Local Residents Team Up To Make Columbus Restaurants Waste Free

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Eartha's goal is to make Columbus restaurants waste free.
5:00AM
December
5, 2011

When local entrepreneur Elizabeth Lessner opened her first restaurant Betty’s Fine Food and Spirits in the Short North in 2001, recycling was somewhat manageable. But she says as her business grew, recycling became more challenging.

Blue Jackets Deal Sweet But Can’t Compare To Bengals’ Lease

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outside of Nationwide Arena
5:00AM
December
5, 2011

WOSU takes a look at how the proposed Blue Jackets deal compares to other Ohio pro-sports team leases.