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OSU Hoops Team Makes Another Run At Final Four

Jared Sullinger
Ohio State's Jared Sullinger, center, attempts to pull down a rebound against Penn State's David Jackson, left, and Andrew Jones, right, during the first half of the men's basketball game on Tuesday, March 1. The game, which was the last home appearance of the season, included recognition for Penn State's five graduating seniors, including Jackson and Jones. Penn State lost the game 82-61 to the top-ranked Buckeyes.
March 18, 2011

The eyes of sports fans around the country are turning to crowded gyms and scribbled brackets this week with the tip-off of the men’s NCAA basketball tournament. Columbus is no exception.

Old Schottenstein Department Store demolition begins to make room for new health clinic

Demolition begins on the almost century old Schottenstein Department Store. A new health clinic will be built in its place. The target finish date is 2012.
September 2, 2008

The Schottenstein Department Store stood on South Parsons avenue for nearly a century. But it’s been vacant for several years and now its demolition is underway. For neighbors the sadness of seeing a landmark disappear is eased by plans to build a new health center in its place.

Columbus City Council looks to boost southside economy

22, 2005

Columbus City Council says it will spend $80,000 to help boost the economy of the southside. The expenditure is the first use of the so-called “jobs growth fund.” Two council-members and a city development leader used a hardware store for a backdrop today to explain the public funds will be used to leverage more investment in an area hard-hit by job losses in recent years.