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  1. Amazingly, Saturday evening Fox News is even more unhinged than weekday Fox News:
  2. Cleveland market chain buys Lucky's Market in Clintonville The Lucky’s Market in Columbus has a new owner. Dave’s Market, which has 13 stores in Northeast Ohio, paid $1.25 million for the Columbus and Cleveland locations of the natural grocery brand. Those stores will continue to operate. Colorado-base Lucky’s Market announced the transaction Friday. The new owners have not yet answered questions about their plans for the Clintonville store. MORE: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2020/03/27/cleveland-market-chain-buys-luckys-market-in.html
  3. Disappointing update to this project - and particularly inconvenient during these coronavirus times. The near east side Save-A-Lot grocery store closed last weekend: Near East Side grocery store funded with fed money and tax breaks is closing The Save-A-Lot store at 1179 E. Main St. on Columbus’ Near East Side, which opened in 2008 in an area desperate for a grocery store, is closing Saturday (March 21). ... A Kroger grocery store at 2000 E. Main St. is 1.3 miles away — about five minutes by car — but an estimated 25-minute walk makes it inconvenient for many. MORE: https://www.dispatch.com/news/20200319/near-east-side-grocery-store-funded-with-fed-money-and-tax-breaks-is-closing
  4. ... only to get shut down about a month later because of coronavirus concerns(!) But the Reynoldsburg YCMA Community Center is still getting some use. The Truro Township Fire Department is using the building for temporary quarters until their nearby new fire station opens this summer: https://www.thisweeknews.com/news/20200325/truro-township-station-161-finds-temporary-housing-at-vacant-ymca The building is being used to house the firefighters and medics while a temporary shelter was installed in the parking lot for the station's vehicles:
  5. After many years of planning, the Reynoldsburg YMCA Community Center finally opened earlier this year: More photos at https://www.thisweeknews.com/photogallery/OH/20200127/NEWS/127009992/PH/1
  6. Crew stadium still on schedule as construction presses on amid coronavirus pandemic Columbus’ soccer fans may not have to worry about the coronavirus pandemic disrupting the mid-2021 opening of Columbus Crew SC’s new Arena District stadium. Construction is still ongoing on the stadium in the midst of Gov. Mike DeWine’s stay-at-home order, Crew spokesman Tim Miller said Tuesday. “The Crew’s downtown stadium construction team … continues to work onsite while their group takes the proper precautions to follow protocol and ensure the safety of the workforce and continues to monitor the situation daily,” Miller said in an email. MORE: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2020/03/24/crew-stadium-still-on-schedule-as-construction.html
  7. Here's why the stay-at-home order isn't stopping work at Columbus' $220M Hilton tower project Construction on the Hilton Columbus Downtown's new tower – which will eventually turn the Hilton into a 1,000-room hotel – is ongoing despite the Covid-19 outbreak and the governor's stay-at-home order. That’s because the order, issued Sunday, does not apply to public works construction projects. The hotel is owned by the Franklin County Convention Facilities Authority. Site work is continuing for the $220 million Hilton project, Don Brown, executive director of the Convention Facilities Authority, said Monday. Excavation and foundation work is still ongoing. ... If there are no delays, it is slated to open in 2022. MORE: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2020/03/24/heres-why-the-stay-at-home-order-isnt-stopping.html
  8. Dayton's Anthony Grant named AP Coach of the Year
  9. Dayton's Obi Toppin named AP Player of the Year
  10. Donatos is hiring hundreds as coronavirus pandemic drives strong sales More homebound customers means pizza is in high demand, as are employees who can keep the orders moving. Gahanna-based Donatos Pizza is hiring 100 full- and part-time associates and drivers in the Central Ohio market and is looking for 500 or so across the company. ... Donatos has 161 pizzerias in 10 states. MORE: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2020/03/23/donatos-is-hiring-hundreds-as-coronavirus-pandemic.html
  11. Hot Chicken Takeover, other Central Ohio restaurants opt to shut down rather than continue with carryout The number of Central Ohio restaurants opting to close business rather than hang onto carryout and delivery is growing. Hot Chicken Takeover Monday announced the closing of its Clintonville and Easton Town Center restaurants at 3 p.m. today. It decided Friday to close its North Market and Cleveland restaurants. “Shutting down our kitchen is the only way we can ensure the safety of the people we care about most and right now, that’s truly all that matters,” the company said in its announcement. MORE: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2020/03/23/hot-chicken-takeover-other-central-ohiorestaurants.html
  12. With Master Teague going down with an Achilles injury, the Buckeyes needed some veteran running back help for next season's roster. They got that yesterday when Trey Sermon - who rushed for more than 2,000 yards in three seasons at Oklahoma - announced he is transferring to Ohio State. The 6-foot, 221-pound running back will be a graduate transfer with one year of remaining eligibility: https://www.elevenwarriors.com/ohio-state-football/2020/03/112792/former-oklahoma-running-back-trey-sermon-transferring-to-ohio-state
  13. Some good news (finally) on the roster front for the Basketball Buckeyes: https://www.elevenwarriors.com/ohio-state-basketball/2020/03/112860/harvard-forward-seth-towns-announces-transfer-to-ohio-state Towns is from Northland High in Columbus but went to Harvard, where he was Ivy League Player-of-the-Year in his sophomore season of 2017-18. But then he missed the next two seasons with knee injuries and is now set to graduate this spring. The 6-foot-7, 215-pound forward will be immediately eligible to play for the Buckeyes next season and will have two seasons of eligibility remaining due to the injuries. Towns was listed by ESPN as the #1 ranked grad transfer and choose OSU over Duke and multiple other schools.
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