Noble Trial Begins
The Cousins Returned
If you read last week’s newsletter and followed the link you learned about My Cousin’s Cottage, the consignment resale shop in the first block of East College owned by Jody Czako at the center in the photo above. Standing beside her are Chris Callahan, left, and Sharon Meyer, right, the store's original owners when it began almost 32 years ago as My Cousin’s Closet.
Callahan, a cousin of Meyer, hence the original store’s name, was in Westerville for a visit from her Florida home and stopped by the shop with Meyer to see what was happening in their original enterprise.
And, they posed for a photo which is presented here.
Jury Selection Begins in Noble Trial
Jury selection in the murder trial of Matheau L. Moore is scheduled to begin in Delaware County Common Pleas Court Tuesday morning.
Emily Noble, 52, was found dead in a wooded area near County Line and State roads in Westerville shortly after celebrating her birthday in September 2020. An autopsy revealed that Noble, who was found with a 20-inch USB cord around her neck, died from multiple injuries to the head and neck.
Emily Noble Links
Want To Live Like The President?
If you do, and who wouldn’t, the Otterbein University president’s home is for sale. Asking $899,900 for the house at 111 North West Street. As is. Here’s the listing.
Below is the description in the listing.
Welcome to Westerville's Finest: ''The Famous Clements House''. This Home has been Meticulously Maintained over the years. Sitting on a Serene 2 acres with a Shelter House at the Rear of the Property. Walking Distance to Uptown.Having 4 Large Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths, Living Room with Fireplace, Office, Oversized Dining Room and Kitchen -Perfect for Entertaining! Four Season Room with Access to Deck and Patio. Overlooking the Expansive Treed Yard Backing to Alum Creek! Full Basement. Detached 2 Car Garage with a 2nd Floor 1 Bed/ 1 Bath APARTMENT / In Law Suite. This incredible home has been home to Otterbein University's past Presidents, designed and built by The Clements and has been noted as ''one of the grandest houses built in the history of the city.'' To be sold As Is.
Ready Player One?
The city is hosting a video arcade on the walkway just north of city hall Saturday beginning at 7 p.m. with the classics, including PacMan, Tetris, Space Invaders, Donkey Kong, Super Mario, and Pinball. More Information.
Join your Westerville neighbors by participating in our third free curbside exchange in a citywide effort to keep ReUsable items out of our landfill and giving them a new home and purpose!
Simply place clean, usable items you no longer need at your curb so others may take what they need, extending their lifespan. Furniture, toys, clothing, tools, and other household items are all welcome. This is not a garage sale, as ALL goods are FREE.
“The Sound of Music” returns this week to the Alum Creek Park North Amphitheater
Westerville City Schools back in session with ‘optimism’ for new year
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