Licking County LibraryThe best part of running a bookmobile outreach is meeting all the people and seeing their smiling faces, said Brock Hutchison, head of outreach services for the Licking County Library.
At the Mary E. Babcock Library, a sandy-colored goldendoodle named Murphy lay on a lime-green fleece blanket, softly panting, his tail wagging.
Olivia Bump has perfect pitch, which is practically perfect for being a member of the All-Ohio State Fair Youth Choir.
Dublin's latest mural may be underground, but it's got its eye on the sky.
Looking to buy local? Then check out our guide to seasonal farm markets.
Weather where you liveLightning strike fatalities are up nearly 50 percent this year and are on pace to be the highest in a decade.
It's like reading the paper without the actual paper.
A man was taken into police custody Monday, Aug. 3, after he allegedly set a woman on fire the day before at Speedway, 376 Agler Road.
Grandview Heights City Council tonight (Aug. 3) held a first reading of an ordinance to grant residents who work outside the city a full income-tax credit.
The body of an Australian woman who was hit by a boat and killed while water-skiing on Alum Creek Reservoir this weekend has been found, according to The Columbus Dispatch.
Two Delaware residents died Sunday, Aug. 2, after a crash involving a semitrailer and an SUV near the city’s eastern limits.
North Side Mega Fix
Though commuters might not notice it this week, work is set to begin on the next phase of the Ohio Department of Transportation’s North Side Mega Fix.
An ordinance that would, if approved, enable Columbus officials to more easily shut down hotels and motels that are the scenes of ongoing, serious criminal activity could serve as an example for similar legislation throughout the country, according to an executive with the lodging industry.
Gahanna piggyback tax
The Citizens for Gahanna Parks and Recreation has fallen short of meeting the required number of signatures to place a 0.25-percent piggyback income tax on the Nov. 3 ballot.
The relocation of Mount Carmel West to Grove City is officially underway.
Grove City Council had a busy night last week.
Week 6: Nos. 1-5The 2000s were a groundbreaking era for high school football in central Ohio.
FootballLining up at wide receiver or kick returner for the Westerville South High School football team, Abu Daramy often would think about his father, Abu-Bakarr Daramy.
Tri-County Aquatics LeagueThe Chevington Woods Kingfish finished first in 31 of 77 events during the 11-team Tri-County Aquatic League championships held July 23 and 24 at the Canal Winchester Municipal Pool.
Surburban East Swim LeagueThe Eastmoor Swordfish set Suburban East Swim League meet records in five events en route to winning their third consecutive Varsity Division championship July 23 at Gahanna Swim and Racquet Club.
During its preseason schedule, the Dublin Coffman High School football team will tune up for the coming season by facing a pair of teams that qualified for the playoffs last fall and another program that has been a postseason regular the last two-plus decades.
North-East-West Swim League
Moments after it was announced that the Dublin Arctic swimming team had won the North-East-West (NEW) league championship July 20 at Dublin Community Pool North, coach Katie Mathews used the word "shocked" to describe how she and her athletes felt about the title.
The true summer weather that arrived last week was welcomed not only by sunbathers, but also by Newark High School.
Mikayla Cooper knew she would have an opportunity to play as a freshman on the Ohio University softball team.
The Ohio State Fair, in all its glory, an event so grand that a Critic Crony once dubbed it "the biggest (adjective deleted) fair in the world," opens next week.
When most people think of warm-weather beers, they think of patio pilsners, lawn-mowing lagers and backyard blonde ales. Dark beer is a mere afterthought during the summer months.
Some ThisWeek staffers say yes, others no. Still others ask, "What's a paleta?"
After serving as the flagship home of Prohibition, Westerville doesn't have many historic alcohol-related locations.