Marla K. Kuhlman, The Columbus Dispatch

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Past articles by Marla:

Longevity is in the cards for Columbus Ohio Euchre Club

The Columbus Ohio Euchre Club meets at J&D's Place, 480 E. Wilson Bridge Road, Suite A, starting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays. → Read More

DiCarlo's Pizza set to bring piece of Ohio Valley to uptown Westerville with July 1 grand opening

A slice of tradition is coming to central Ohio with a well-known pizza shop, and franchisees Michael and Sarah Carlson are hoping to make it a staple. → Read More

Gahanna-Jefferson: Board selects Tracey Deagle as next superintendent

Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools' next superintendent will be Tracey Deagle, a former Dublin City Schools educator. → Read More

Westerville: Council set to vote on East Walnut Street rezoning requests

Two parcels, 857 and 895 E. Walnut St., are to be addressed this week. → Read More

Westerville South delays school start to Aug. 13, due to permit delay

Westerville South High School students will have an extra day of summer vacation as a result of a permit delay. → Read More

"We are your father’s barbershop": Westerville shop making the cut for 61 years

Westerville Barber Shop owner Tom Henry said his business at 599 S. State St., Suite C, is open to everyone, serving customers ranging in age from 1 to 99. → Read More

COhatch plans to repurpose Westerville Armory with mixed-use development, including pub

COhatch, a Worthington-based company since 2016, has plans to repurpose Westerville’s historical Armory building at 240 S. State St. into a coworking space, start-up incubator, event space and family-friendly food-and-entertainment destination. → Read More

Westerville eyes Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area for Uptown

Westerville residents and visitors soon might be able to enjoy an adult beverage as they check out the city’s historic district this summer – if a proposed Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area is approved. → Read More

Online bill-pay firm coming to Gahanna's Creekside with 50 jobs

A financial technology company called BillGo will move to Gahanna’s Creekside District in April, creating 50 new jobs. → Read More

Westerville parents push for return to all in-person classes

Parents of Westerville City Schools students are urging district leaders to return students to all in-school learning March 8. → Read More

Westerville continues to build on Westar Place development success

Success at the city of Westerville’s Westar Place has brought one developer back for more while DHL Supply Chain is marking a year at its new headquarters. → Read More

Illuminated tunnels, archway add spark to Butch Bando's Fantasy of Lights in Delaware

Butch Bando’s Fantasy of Lights is a 3-mile wonderland, featuring twinkling holiday displays and dazzling tunnels, and it doesn't require a long trek to Wheeling, West Virginia. → Read More

UPDATED: Approval of Westerville charter amendments helps keep city up with times

Westerville voters said yes to five amendments to the city charter. → Read More

Otterbein proposes 'Uptown West' development off Cooper Road

Otterbein University has announced plans for a mixed-use development called Uptown West on 58 acres of farmland, known as Braun Farm. → Read More

Sign-language classes translate to vocation for Westerville South graduate

For Westerville's Marlena "Lena" Smith, who is one of three American Sign Language interpreters regularly present at Gov. Mike DeWine's daily COVID-19 coronavirus press conferences, a passion for communicating with the deaf community began when she was a student at Westerville South High School.Smith, 29, graduated from Westerville South in 2009 and went on to receive an associate degree in ASL… → Read More

New branding, emblem to adorn Westerville's hybrid cruisers

The Westerville Division of Police has introduced the first cruisers to feature a new design and branding, including a memorial emblem to honor Anthony → Read More

Crestfallen Gahanna schools leaders push graduation back to July

The graduation ceremony for Gahanna Lincoln High School’s class of 2020 has been rescheduled to July 25 at the Schottenstein Center, 555 Borror Drive in Columbus.The state of Ohio has prohibited mass gatherings in an effort to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, so Gahanna’s original graduation date of May 25 had to be postponed.Gahanna Lincoln High School principal Jessica Williams… → Read More

Runner makes Waldo easy to find in Gahanna neighborhood

Waldo, the striped-shirt-wearing star of the “Where’s Waldo?” book series, is famously hard to find, but kids in Gahanna are making easy work of it.Residents in the neighborhoods near High Point Elementary School, 700 Venetian Way, have spotted the character running from Theori Avenue to the Rose Run area and Bryn Mawr.Dressed in a red-and-white-striped shirt, bobble hat and glasses, John Romot,… → Read More

Equipment at Otterbein University's The Point supplies protective gear

Otterbein University staff and students are answering the call to assist workers on the front lines to fight the COVID-19 pandemic by making and donating → Read More

Student musicians still jamming online with School of Rock Gahanna

The music plays on during a time of social distancing through virtual lessons for about 100 students at School of Rock Gahanna, 5225 N. Hamilton Road in → Read More