Months after a contractor cut more trees than the permit allowed, a local business, the city of Columbus and the state have agreed on a $75,000 plan to replace trees on J.R. Allen Parkway and Columbus Park Crossing.
No one can blame her. The unfortunate stories that walk the hallways of our schools would humble anyone. Not many people can comprehend the depth of struggle some of our students undergo on a daily basis.
A teacher whose son was diagnosed with autism returned to teaching with focus on special education, armed with new knowledge, new training, and new experiences, to meet needs of the children at Key Elementary.
The internet has ruined that special experience of standing in line to get concert tickets to see your favorite performers, such as Elvis Presley and Jimmy Buffet. Or waiting in a car while you mother bought tickets.
Samsung’s new 219-inch television known as “the wall” was unveiled at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, also known as Nerdvana. Who wants to watch “Judge Judy” or cable news at that size?