Managing Editor, Columbus Dispatch
Columbus Dispatch managing editor / news; also writes about old-house preservation from Columbus, Ohio, in print and on Twitter @youroldhouse
dispatch.com — Regardless of who fills Chad Marshall's shoes this weekend, it will mark a new challenge for Gláuber. After signing with the Crew during the offseason, the Brazilian defender has teamed with Marshall in the team's central defense for the first 10 games of the season.
dispatch.com — By Rita Price The Columbus Dispatch Friday May 17, 2013 11:03 AM The local Simon Kenton Council of the Boy Scouts of America is directing its delegates to vote in favor of a national membership resolution that would lift the ban on gay Scouts. Officials said the local council's executive board made its decision last night.
dispatch.com — OTTAWA, Ohio -- Michael Aaron Fay has been charged in Putnam County Juvenile Court in the shooting deaths of Blaine Romes, 14, and Blake Aaron Romes, 17. Gary Lammers, the county prosecutor, said the 17-year-old Fay youth was charged yesterday with two counts of delinquency in connection with aggravated murder.
dispatch.com — By Mark Williams The Columbus Dispatch Friday May 17, 2013 9:17 AM Ohio's unemployment rate edged lower in April with the number of unemployed workers dropping by 7,000 over the month, according to state figures released this morning. Ohio's rate dropped to 7 percent in April from 7.1 percent in March.
dispatch.com — The actors stood and stared at Henry, waiting for him to deliver his line. He froze. It was two days before the opening show. From offstage, a voice called out in his defense. "We just haven't done the programming for that yet," Lauryn Woodyard, 18, yelled to the actors.
dispatch.com — NEWARK, Ohio - The sound of the cash register ringing was music to Nick Kirk's ear. The 29-year-old owner of Bugzy's bar had spent the better part of a year refurbishing the Newark nightspot, and the place was hopping on the first Saturday of May.
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