Today on City Chat, from the Department of Development, Henry Golatt, and Next Street’s New York Office, Stephen Nunes, both join us to discuss Mayor Ginther and the City of Columbus’ commission on small business in Columbus, Ohio. To learn more visit, www.columbus.gov.development.
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Three Meals in Ohio: Voters sound off on socialism, the economy and health care
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How To Run A Business With Your Romantic Partner
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The Billion-Dollar Belt: City Councilwoman Priscilla Tyson on the government's role in downtown's northern surge
"This investment pays off in the long run, as new jobs enter the area and create income taxes to pay for future city services," said Columbus City Councilwoman Priscilla Tyson.
Ohio State-themed Graduate Hotel among several new places to stay in Columbus
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Columbus video hopes to bring HGTV in for 'Home Town Takeover'
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Columbus late to energy aggregation opportunities for lower prices, green sources
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Should sports chat be cracked down on in the office? Some people say yes
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Columbus City Council tweaks annual budget
The mix of spending initiatives includes: expanding the city‘s small-business programs, analyzing the early-childhood education landscape, funding additional EMS instructor positions for the Columbus ...