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The Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in identifying an unknown man who stole cash from Pickerington High School North classrooms Nov. 30.
The sparks of Catherine "Catie" Gullett's fascination with ancient history came from several different directions.
The Gahanna Convention & Visitors Bureau and AEP Ohio ushered Santa Claus into the city as the grand finale of the 2013 Holiday Lights parade Nov. 29.
Transport yourself to Germany at Christmastime by visiting the Huntington Holiday Train in the Columbus Main Library atrium. Watch a video of the train in action and check out all the holiday happenings in your community.
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A 16-year-old student at Pickerington High School Central was arrested and placed in juvenile detention last month after allegedly threatening to harm a fellow student with a gun.
A recount conducted Dec. 4 by the Franklin County Board of Elections shows that incumbent Truro Township trustee Barb Strussion defeated incumbent Dennis Nicodemus by nine votes in Nov. 5 election.
Long-awaited turn lanes on state Route 315 at Powell Road opened last week and already are cutting down on traffic delays for southern Delaware County drivers.
More than 3 million lights are illuminating the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium for its annual Wildlights display, celebrating its 25th season through Jan. 5.
A hearing scheduled Dec. 13 in Licking County Juvenile Court in Newark will decide if a Blacklick teen will be tried as an adult in the murder of a Reynoldsburg resident.
Hilliard City Council members are on track to finalize a 2014 budget at a special meeting Dec. 16.
The Hilliard Davidson High School football team’s dream of a third Division I state championship ended in a 13-11 loss to Cincinnati Moeller in the Division I, Region 2 final Nov. 30 at Welcome Stadium in Dayton.
A pair of long first-quarter touchdown runs set the tempo for a 49-22 win by the Hartley High School football team over Akron Manchester in a Division V state semifinal Nov. 30.
Those expecting a shootout between the state’s two highest-scoring teams in Division VI didn’t get what they bargained for Nov. 29 when the Ready High School football team met top-ranked Kirtland in a state semifinal at Arlin Field.
Moral victories sometimes can be difficult to accept.
A troupe of actors in 1940s London wanders into an abandoned theater where, amid the clutter, they find scripts for A Christmas Carol. Being actors, they decide to re-create the story, notwithstanding that each of them will have to play multiple roles and that they will have to use found items for sets and costumes.
The diminutive coffee shop is a throwback to a simpler time.
The Beat goes behind the scenes at the annual State Auto nativity scene in downtown Columbus. State Auto has been entertaining locals of all ages with the display for over 90 years. It has become a Columbus Christmas icon.
Watch and listen as The Beat reads its annual holiday poem and check out all the holiday favorites coming up including the Nutcracker, Messiah Sing-Along and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra to name a few.
Yes, it's The Stray Birds' lush three-part harmonies that first capture your attention, but if you stay long enough, the eastern Pennsylvania trio will reward you with delightful songs rendered with captivating tunefulness and extraordinary musical chemistry. The band's self-titled CD is a good place to start.roperties on Bethel Road, West Fifth Avenue and Hilliard-Rome Road were sold to an out-of-town investor.
A couple of weeks back, we noted the winner of GrooveU's 1 Take Wonder singer-songwriter contest for high schoolers. Now GrooveU is back for its second season of Instaband, a competition for bands composed of high school musicians.
Holiday shows, concerts, plays and more for this week.
Dec 05, 2013 | Currently: 37° Light Rain