Classmates from high school and college remember Jamie Shaver Mayberry racing around softball bases, her sandy hair covered in diamond dust.
Weather where you liveWhen can we expect our first snow of the season?
Village LightsPer tradition, the cluster of businesses on South Kossuth Street will usher in the yuletide cheer for Village Lights.
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Delaware County Sheriff’s Office investigators discovered the bodies of two Orange Township residents last weekend after an apparent murder-suicide at Alum Creek State Park.
The Grove City Division of Police last week issued an arrest warrant on five charges, including a felony charge of receiving stolen property, against a Grove City man.
Delaware city officials last week showered praise on a massive mixed-use development planned for the city's south side.
Limited Stores has told associates that there will be layoffs at its corporate offices in New Albany, and that the offices may have to be closed because of slipping sales.
Upper Arlington police and fire officials are reaching out for tips that could help solve an arson that destroyed a Sussex Drive home last spring.
'You will get caught'
Today, somewhere in Whitehall, it is likely at least one officer from the narcotics unit of the city's police department is closely watching a location for drug trafficking.
Jefferson Township trustees on Nov. 30 approved a request to rezone property from restricted suburban residential district to planned suburban residential district.
Powder Room deja vu
The fight over the proposed redevelopment of a former shooting range in Powell has reached the state's highest court.
Northland leaders 'thrilled'
Northland community leaders say they are thrilled with Huntington Bancshares' announcement last week that it plans to remodel a vacant Meijer store into an office that will open next year with 1,400 employees.
FootballIt had been more than a decade and a half since a Central District program accomplished what the Hartley High School football team did Dec. 2 when it captured its second consecutive Division IV state championship.
Super 25 football teamWith the first undefeated regular season in the Heath High School football team's 53-year history on the line Oct. 28 against Johnstown, Aaron Latiolais was ready for the challenge.
Athletes of the YearAs the fall season winds down, it’s time to announce our Athletes of the Year.
The postseason run the Dublin Coffman High School hockey team put together last season had the exact effect that fourth-year coach Darcy Cahill was hoping it would during the offseason.
Despite not winning its league and having no seniors a year ago, the Reynoldsburg High School girls basketball team led eventual state-champion Wadsworth after three quarters before eventually falling to the Grizzlies in a Division I state semifinal.
Upper Arlington Roundup
Macy Spielman is a point guard by trade, but as one of two returning starters for the Upper Arlington High School girls basketball team, the 5-foot-10 sophomore doesn't necessarily know where she'll be on the floor at any given time this season.
CoreLife Eatery doesn't demand customers eat well -- but it's strongly encouraged.
Napa Kitchen & Bar should give Dublin a taste of California wine country.
Rooks Tavern is using primitive cooking techniques -- smoke and fire -- to enhance a modern, sophisticated menu.
Is zucchini bread overrated?
Block's Bagels, an East Side community landmark that will mark its 50th anniversary this month, is scheduled to reopen in early 2017 at 3012 E. Broad St.
Time will tell whether Holy Chicken is a scam or sincere. But its founder and independent filmmaker, Morgan Spurlock, said the fast-food concept is here to stay and he plans to make Columbus home to Holy Chicken's first brick-and-mortar restaurant.
Carsonie’s Stromboli & Pizza Kitchen in Upper Arlington emerged from the recession in good shape.