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Don't underestimate Reynoldsburg schools' food-service director. Connie Fatseas is a businesswoman, and she's trying to build a school-food empire that goes well beyond cafeteria lunches. The 25-year veteran of cafeteria work is making meals for
John Burgard Jennifer Lynn Cain Hazmat workers removed suspected parts of a methamphetamine lab from a North Side hotel room yesterday, and a man and a woman were arrested...Both are being held in the Fairfield County jail on previous arrest warrants.
TV Two people were taken into custody today at a Northeast Side hotel after police discovered a laboratory used to make methamphetamine in one of the rooms. The lab was discovered at the Hawthorn Suites, located at 6191 Zumstein Drive, near the
The gas was at a level that can kill an adult within three hours. Safety tips To keep your family safe from carbon-monoxide poisoning: Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency A malfunctioning furnace is to blame for the high levels of carbon
Robert Conaway said three other people were unconscious at 1122 Gibson Rd. when firefighters arrived shortly after 9 a.m...A neighbor called 911 after seeing someone on the floor of the house through a window. Conaway said high levels of carbon
09 PM The Columbus Dispatch Anyone who walked up to a Columbus Metropolitan Library branch on a Sunday last year was greeted by a locked door. Today, however, lights were on in nine branches, a welcome sight for parents looking for quiet refuge and
Two people were killed in separate crashes yesterday in Columbus...Tatum, 21, of Columbus, died after the car he was riding in was struck head-on by a car driven by George A...Broad Street near Cabot's Mill Drive on the Far East Side about 2:20 a.m.
President of vehicle company loved work Unexplained internal bleeding blamed in death Wednesday, December 29, 2010 11:24 PM The Columbus Dispatch Steve Farber, head of a custom-vehicle company that makes everything from bookmobiles to bomb-response
Heather Bower of Kettering hugs her husband, Steve Bower, as Jessica Pitzer, 16, of Centerburg runs to greet her father, Paul Pitzer. The men arrived in Reynoldsburg yesterday after serving in Afghanistan. Paul Pitzer gives his son Nick, 17, of
Nitjah West pauses while working out an equation on a smart board as Melissa Morris' eighth-grade math class practices graphing linear functions at A+ Arts Academy in Reynoldsburg. The public school district there has sponsored the charter school