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Columbus Launches Effort To Reduce Clintonville Health Hazard

Katlyn Brogan (center) walks with friend and relatives along High Street in Clintonville. She says she's surprised by findings of rat activity in a recent survey of 800 Clintonville properties.
23, 2013

In Clintonville, rats are a topic of sidewalk conversation after city survey shows evidence of large presence of the rodents.

Columbus Turns Its Attention To Infant Mortality

Nathan and Michelle Hurd recount the loss of their infant son to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Columbus City Council appointed a commission to recommend ways to reduce the city's high rate of infant mortality.
November 19, 2013

Columbus city, healthcare, and business leaders vow to reduce infant deaths by 40 percent in the next several years. A council-appointed commission will recommend ways to reduce the city’s infant mortality by the middle of next year.