When COSI kicked off its 50th anniversary celebration in March, part of the event included launching a campaign to reopen the planetarium.
Operation EvergreenSoldiers stationed overseas will open some early holiday gifts this year -- fragrant, 6-foot white pines or Fraser firs donated by more than 40 tree farms and ready to trim with ornaments handmade by Ohio schoolchildren.
It's been 41 years since retired Air Force Col. Thomas Moe was released from a Vietnamese prisoner-of-war camp, but he still remembers the code perfectly.
Weather where you liveWBNS-10TV and the American Red Cross are teaming up to keep you and your family safe as winter weather approaches. "Project Prepare" is a multi-year educational initiative to help Central Ohio plan for severe weather and other natural disasters.
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Yet another Northland motel is being shut down as a public nuisance.
Worthington Hardware, a Worthington landmark for more than a century, is about to close its doors.
A recently approved charter amendment aimed at blocking new apartment and condo developments in the city of Powell has been challenged in court.
Three Thomas Worthington High School wrestling coaches resigned but then withdrew their resignations after meeting behind closed doors with the school board Nov. 12.
After getting the go-ahead from Powell's Planning and Zoning Commission, the Daydream Inn is starting to look more like a reality.
'North Side Fix'
Construction on the next phase of the Interstate 270/U.S. Route 23 interchange improvements, known as the North Side Fix, will begin next summer.
In front of 10,000 of her former peers, longtime Westerville school board member Cindy Crowe was posthumously honored with the Ohio School Boards Association's most coveted award.
New-Albany Plain Local
New Albany-Plain Local School District leaders say they are hearing concerns from parents about cuts implemented Nov. 5, the day after Issue 3 was rejected at the polls.
Grandview Heights Roundup
Many young soccer players around central Ohio dream of being a World Cup star or playing for the Columbus Crew.
Longtime Westerville South High School softball coach Jerry Kelbley has earned several awards during his career.
Dublin Coffman High School football coach Mark Crabtree huddled with his players for one last time this season Nov. 15 at Bellefontaine.
Following the fourth perfect regular season in coach Jay Sharrett's 12 years, the Pickerington High School Central football team saw its season end for the second year in a row in the second round of the Division I, Region 2 playoffs.
Table TalkBrian Reed is bringing affordable, creative “fresh Mex” fare to the Columbus suburb.
The Columbus Symphony Orchestra has always sounded great, but, beginning with its concerts Friday and Saturday, Nov. 21-22, at the Ohio Theatre, audiences will hear it in a whole new way.
Welcome to the Nov. 27 edition of the Fab Five a week early. Next week's edition of The Beat will be our annual preview of holiday season shows.
Attention high school bands: The third annual Instaband contest, sponsored by Groove U is coming up. The competition will be held over a few weekends in February 2015 -- live shows to determine central Ohio's top band composed of high school musicians. Twenty bands will be selected to participate.
The Columbus Symphony is accepting nominations for its annual Music Educator Awards, honoring individuals who make a difference in the community through their dedication to music education and their efforts to promote a greater understanding of and appreciation for music education.
The Martin Janis Center at the Ohio State Fairgrounds will host "4 Shades of Elvis," a tribute to the music of Elvis Presley, Saturday, Nov. 22.