Searching for the paranormal can be like angling for a lunker, said Ben Boes.
Trick-or-Treat a handful of communities is tomorrow night (Oct. 31). Most haunted houses (ScareAtorium, Haunted Hoochie, etc.,) close for the season soon! But never fear, Scary Plants at Franklin Park Conservatory runs through Nov. 9.
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Veterans Day is Tuesday, Nov. 11. Many communities are planning ceremonies and other events to commemerate the day. Also, if you are a veteran check out our guide to free meals, travel, hotels and more on or around Veterans Day.
Weather where you liveIf the Old Farmer's Almanac is right, Ohio is in for another brutal winter. ... But the meteorologists at NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) see our winter much differently. ... So which forecast do we believe?
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Trent Bowers, assistant superintendent of Worthington schools, will step into the top position July 1.
Saraga International Grocery got a new lease on life when it recently switched hands.
Reynoldsburg Board of Education members reduced athletic and music participation fees for students by almost half, but the news caused barely a ripple among a crowd of teachers and parents when it was announced at a school board meeting last week.
Police Chief Doug Francis is recommending Hilliard City Council enact an ordinance prohibiting U-turns in the city unless a sign specifically permits them.
COTA Park and Ride
A plan for a new COTA Park and Ride lot in Canal Winchester will get a public hearing, along with City Council's consideration, after the city's Planning and Zoning denied a rezoning request.
The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission has released its Top 40 Regional High-Crash Intersection report, with a handful of Canal Winchester-area intersections making the 2011-13 list.
Continuous tweaking of chemical recipes for synthetic marijuana has led to a seemingly never-ending struggle pitting so-called "chemists" against law enforcement officials and legislators.
ThisWeek Community News was honored with six awards in the 2014 Ohio SPJ Awards contest Saturday, Oct. 25, including the top award for the best newspaper website in Ohio.
Fan PollThe award-winning staff at ThisWeek Newspapers will be announcing its Super 12 girls soccer team for its Nov. 6 editions.
St. Charles RoundupCoach Geoff Gear knew his St. Charles Preparatory School water polo team was down but not out of the state championship game against Mason.
Columbus Academy Roundup
The Columbus Academy field hockey team will continue its pursuit of a third consecutive state title when it plays Watterson in a semifinal Friday, Oct. 31, at Upper Arlington.
Grace Thomas made sure that the Watterson High School field hockey team cashed in on one of the few scoring chances it had against Olentangy Liberty in a district final Oct. 25 at Dublin Jerome.
New Albany Roundup
Almost everything went right for Dennis Maloney of the New Albany High School boys cross country team during the Division I regional meet Oct. 25 at Pickerington North.
Leading by one goal at halftime in a Division II district final against Bexley on Oct. 25 and waiting for its chance to pounce, the DeSales High School boys soccer team exploited a potentially important tendency.
Table TalkRed Brick Occasions offers industrial warehouse vibe on Main Street.
That you can hear the music of Capital Cities in several television advertisements makes perfect sense -- Ryan Merchant and Sebu Simonian came together initially to write jingles.
Celebrate All Hallow's Eve and All Saints Day with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, which will present "Angels & Demons" today through Sunday, Oct. 30 through Nov. 1, at the Southern Theatre.
Owner Sue Gall said she will reinstitute a limited menu with the departure of Matt Heaggans.
Even before its scheduled opening Tuesday, Oct. 28, Hofbrauhaus at Grandview Yard had drafted a large following.
The late Roger Gentile left behind legions of friends, wine aficionados
It's closing weekend for a handful of productions around town.