One of Dublin's summer camps is held in a tunnel, but creativity is preferred over a headlamp.
The Tour de Grandview Cycling Classic will return for its 20th year with a new course and a new day.
Rosa Marchi is out to change the notion that olive oil and vinegar is reserved just for salads.
The New Albany-Plain Local School District's STEM expedition to South Africa this year allowed students to get up close and personal with a few of the approximately 5,000 black rhinos left in the world.
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Grove City police have re-classified a reported robbery as an inside theft job, after learning an employee of the business was in on heist.
Mayor Michael B. Coleman, City Council members and City Auditor Hugh J. Dorrian today proposed an $842 million voted bond package to be placed on the Nov. 5 ballot.
Incoming Upper Arlington schools Superintendent Paul Imhoff will recommend Ryan McClure to be Upper Arlington High School’s new principal at the board of education’s June 26 meeting.
Airport-inspired countertops are being installed at Delaware Hayes High School to make room for the influx of new students in the fall.
A Westerville woman was arrested and charged with child endangerment after she reportedly drugged children in her care to keep them calm.
A request for a temporary restraining order sought by the Columbus City Attorney's Office detailed many reasons why the city's police department and other officials closed the Columbus Inn and Suites on Zumstein Drive last week.
Increased support from the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission to upgrade the I-270/U.S. 33 interchange in Dublin is expected to benefit Marysville.
With wide receiver and University of Wisconsin-recruit Rob Wheelwright as his primary target, quarterback Marquez Toney helped the Walnut Ridge High School football team average more than 34 points last season while going 7-3 and missing the Division II, Region 7 playoffs by one spot.
Even in the wake of his team winning its second consecutive state championship, third title in four years and 14th overall, Upper Arlington High School boys lacrosse coach Ted Wolford wasn't basking in any glory.
The gap between the largest and smallest schools in Division I has been reduced as a result of a seven-division format for the 2013 and 2014 seasons.
A central Ohio club soccer team has won a Midwest Regional Cup championship three of the past four years, with the Crew Juniors U19 boys winning titles last year and in 2010 and the Blast F.C. U15 boys winning in 2009.
For our fifth-annual summer series, ThisWeek Community News’ sports department is keeping the focus on football.
Art Alexakis, Everclear frontman and founder of the Summerland Tour, has just a few rules for the bands he brings along on the tour of ’90s alt-rock acts, making its second go-round in 2013.
Miller’s Columbus Ale House is bringing its expansive beer selection and menu to 1201 Olentangy River Road.
Austin-based musician Alejandro Rose-Garcia prefers, for professional purposes, to use a name made up by friends around a campfire when they were all giving themselves weird, throwback trail-guide names -- Shakey Graves.
Bar Exam columnist Joseph “Jeb” Bernert says the German Village destination reaches soaring heights in mixology.
The new executive chef of Latitude 41 brings Midwest sensibilities and West Coast flair to the menu.
'Wicked' closes it's run next weekend. Watch The Beat's interview with Kim Zimmer, a.k.a. Reva on Guiding Light.
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