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2 local libraries to close later this month

Regina Fox

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To better serve the community, the Columbus Metropolitan Library will close two of its branches later this month for renovations.

Franklinton and Livingston libraries will close at 6pm on Saturday, Oct. 26 for approximately one month while both buildings undergo updates.

Customers will still be able to return items using the outdoor Returns at both branches.

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Beginning Monday, October 28, the Franklinton Branch Homework Help Center will move temporarily into the cafeteria of nearby Avondale Elementary School at 141 Hawkes Ave. It will be open to K-12 students Monday-Thursday from 4pm- 7pm and Friday from 4pm- 6pm.

Columbus Metro Libraries will announce reopening dates once they are finalized.

Customers are encouraged to visit nearby CML locations for programs and services during the renovations.

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Popular Grandview shop vandalized over the weekend

Mike Thomas

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Staff at popular Grandview shop The Butcher and Grocer were met with an upsetting scene upon arriving at work Sunday morning. The glass front door of the shop was shattered, and cash stolen from inside.

Thanks to the mess caused by the break-in—and having no cash drawer to run a register—Butcher & Baker was forced to close for business Sunday. In spite of the setback, management clearly have not lost a sense of humor:

Butcher & Baker have regrouped and are operating for their usual hours. Anyone with information about the break-in should contact Grandview police.

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“Largest indoor entertainment center in U.S.” open now in Dublin

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What has been dubbed "the largest indoor entertainment center in the United States" is opening in Tuttle Mall today.

Scene75 Entertainment has transformed a former Macy's into a two-story, 227,000-square-foot playground for adults and kids alike.

Customers can enjoy an indoor roller coaster, indoor go-karts, a two-story laser tag arena, more than 200 arcade games, a 36-foot tall drop tower, motion simulators, batting cages, an inflatapark, blacklight miniature golf, bumper cars, escape rooms, karaoke, archery tag, and more according to 10TV.

In addition to the attractions, those patrons 21 years of age and older can enjoy a full service, magic-themed bar. Scene75 will also offer food at Illusions Restaurant & Bar.

This giant fun factory will feature nine private party rooms and an events space with a capacity of 500 people.

Scene75 has locations in Dayton, Cincinnati, and Cleveland.

Scene75 is located at 5033 Tuttle Crossing Blvd, Dublin and is open Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday from 11am- 10pm, Friday from 11am- 1am and Saturday 10am- 1am Monday and Tuesday they will be closed for private events.

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Everything you need to know about the Democratic debate in Westerville

Mike Thomas

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On Tuesday, October 15, Otterbein University in Westerville will host the next debate between the 12 Democratic presidential hopefuls leading the pack for their party's nomination.

Whether you're an Otterbein student concerned with how the debates will affect your daily routine, or Westerville resident wondering which roads to avoid, there's a lot to consider when this high-profile political showdown comes to town.

Luckily, the city of Westerville has compiled a handy guide for what to expect next week when the debate kicks off. From road closures and parking to ticketing and security info for the event, the comprehensive guide provides everything you'll need to enjoy—or avoid—this historic moment in Central Ohio history.

For Westerville's complete Democratic Presidential Primary Debate guide, visit Westerville.org.

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