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DreamWorks Studios movie "Need for Speed" will film scenes in Columbus during the first week of June, a publicist for the movie confirmed today. The filming will take place June 4-7 near the Chattahoochee River, according to publicist Andy Lipschultz.
Repairs and renovations to the old Comer Auditorium in Bibb City now the Comer Center have all but been completed and the grand reopening is about a month away, according to Deputy City Manager David Arrington. Long a cultural landmark and
Columbus's new Recycling and Sustainability Center, set to open Oct. 2, will add an educational component to the process in hopes to encourage growing participation, city leaders said Tuesday. The 54,000 square foot center adjacent to the Pine Grove
The Consolidated Government will propose to Columbus Council that11th and 12th Streets remain one-way, east and west, respectively, and that 10th Street be returned to two-way traffic, Deputy City Manager David Arrington said Thursday night. Speaking
Columbus $32.5 million city complex on the grounds of the old Columbus Square Mall is nearing completion and is expected to be open by early June, Deputy City Manager David Arrington said Thursday. Leading a media tour of the facilities, Arrington
No one involved in making either proposals or decisions on how to -- or even if to -- change downtown traffic flow indicated any desire Tuesday night to restore two-way traffic to 11th Street...Real Estate Division President Mat Swift addressed
Three options will be presented Feb. 5 firstname.lastname@example.org With the opening of the natatorium about four months away, the Columbus Council expects to decide next month who will manage the building. The $10.5 million facility is part of a $
With little fanfare and a little cosmetic work left to do, the city removed the barricades and opened the roundabout at the northern end of Weracoba Park to traffic Friday. Contractors still have to put down thermoplastic crosswalk markings, but "
The current phase of Columbus' $36 million downtown flood abatement project has currently closed a section of Sixth Avenue from Ninth to 11th Streets and a section of 10th Street from Seventh Avenue to the middle of the 800 block. The project, which
Construction of a roundabout at 18th Avenue and Garrard Street at the northwest corner of Lakebottom Park is causing traffic to be detoured around the site for about two months, according to Deputy City Manager David Arrington. Arrington said the $