Marla Matzer Rose, The Columbus Dispatch

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The Columbus Dispatch

Columbus, OH, United States

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Past articles by Marla:

Boutique hotel to be built Downtown near North Market

Historic facades will remain as 160-room AC Hotel is built → Read More

Columbus airport prepares to build new car-rental building as passengers increase

The facility, which would open in 2021, would free up garage space at John Glenn airport → Read More

Canine Companions to build $21 million service-dog facility in New Albany

Nonprofit service-dog provider will move Midwest location from Delaware in 2020 → Read More

Battle over massive Sunbury sports project takes another legal step

Two developers continued to move forward on 'Planet Oasis' project → Read More

New coworking space coming to Near East Side

The Merchant on Main Street continues the neighborhood's revitalization → Read More

NCAA Tournament: Madness arrives in Columbus

More than 25,000 basketball fans are expected to descend on central Ohio to see eight teams face off todayFriday and Sunday at Nationwide Arena for the first- and second-round games of the men's NCAA Division I tournament. → Read More

Columbus tourism leaders tout past, upcoming successes

Experience Columbus annual meeting showcases local attractions and major convention coming this summer → Read More

Bentley's Pet Stuff stores closed; fixtures to be auctioned on Monday

The two Bentley's Pet Stuff stores in the Columbus area have closed, with their fixtures set to be auctioned on Monday. The Chicago-based retailer maintains stores in other states, focusing on upscale pet products.The stores on W. Bridge St. in Dublin Plaza and on Taylor Park Dr. in Reynoldsburg closed on March 10. Online auctioneer will auction off fixtures from those stores,… → Read More

Mixed-use, 300-acre Kerbler project moves forward in Orange Township

Houses, condos and apartments will be joined by senior-care facility, retail and offices → Read More

Experience Columbus launches tourism campaign aimed at LGBTQ travelers

Columbus tourism leaders have long struggled to overcome a lack of awareness and image of the city among outsiders. Among LGBTQ travelers, though, Columbus has been steadily building a reputation for being a welcoming, fun destination.Building on that buzz, the city's tourism bureau is launching its first dedicated campaign to the segment beginning in April. A print ad that will appear in Ohio's… → Read More

Another warehouse coming to West Jefferson

Continental, Hillwood partner on 840K square foot building → Read More

New firm to provide management, professional services to urology practices

Based in Gahanna, U.S. Urology has signed on its first central Ohio practices → Read More

New condos, apartments floated near Tanger Outlets in Sunbury

Lifestyle project could benefit from new planned interchange south of state routes 36/37 → Read More

Truck drivers 'slow roll' through Columbus to highlight industry issues

A group of Ohio truckers did a "slow roll" on Friday, traveling just under 50 mph on interstates around Columbus as part of a national effort to → Read More

Truck drivers 'slow roll' through Columbus to highlight industry issues

Better training, safety and Ohio's proposed gas-tax hike among the topics → Read More

Developer plans new retail, smaller hotel at Grove City Days Inn

A portion of the Stringtown Rd. hotel will be razed in favor of small strip center → Read More

Multi-million dollar redo of current Crew stadium to sports park questioned

State fairgrounds officials who control site weren't consulted and say it will hurt parking; critics say it won't benefit Linden → Read More

Seattle flights on Alaska Airlines set for takeoff

Columbus' first nonstop to Seattle set to launch Thursday → Read More

Kollektiv coworking space prepares to open in original Max & Erma's location

Bar, restaurant in German Village landmark will be open to public weekends and evenings → Read More

New terminal at Don Scott open for business, and community groups

Ohio State's Northwest Side airport serves university and corporate clients, and now offers new community meeting space → Read More