Gallo's Tap Room, known for its better-than-average craft brew selection and decent tavern food, has entered a new phase with food, beer and whiskey.
Week two of the high school football season brings us to Hilliard Davidson High School where the band is busy perfecting their competition show, "Classical ReMix."
This year's Delaware County Fair will take place amid fair officials' fight for more funding for infrastructure repairs.
Pretty fly for a hardware guyA devotion to customer service and the melding of old-fashioned features with cutting-edge technology recently earned Nutter Hardware a very hip designation.
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Variance requests that would have permitted a 100-foot cell tower to go up less than 50 feet from residential property near Indianola Avenue were unanimously rejected last week by members of the Board of Zoning Adjustment.
Groveport Madison schools
The Groveport Madison Board of Education voted unanimously last week to include a new gymnasium and auditorium in the project to build a new high school.
What started as a discussion at last week's Northland Community Council development committee about placing a cellphone tower on a Morse Road property turned into complaints that the site is being used as an illegal bus terminal.
Linda Romanoff says she was in the right place at the right time when she learned about the first New Albany Walking Classic in 2005.
Raises for city leaders?
Whitehall City Council members are poised to consider legislation providing salary increases for the offices of mayor, auditor, treasurer, city attorney, president of council and council members.
Columbus to Chicago High-Speed Passenger Rail Corridor
The city of Marysville has joined with a coalition of municipalities and the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission on an environmental impact study for a high-speed passenger rail line from Columbus to Chicago.
Southwest Licking Superintendent Robert Jennell said the district's transportation staff members continue to "tweak" bus routes following a problematic first day of school that was full of wrong turns.
Joint Economic Development District
Two agreements between the village of Sunbury and surrounding Berkshire Township are the likely next steps ahead of a coming wave of commercial development in the area.
Week 1 RecapThe first game between the Groveport and Canal Winchester high school football teams since 1964 went down to the wire, as the visiting Indians won 28-19 when Elijah Miller returned a botched field-goal attempt for an 83-yard touchdown with 57 seconds left.
Week 1 RecapThe Grove City High School football team kicked off the Mike Lanza era by defeating visiting Hilliard Davidson 6-0 on Aug. 29.
Girls Cross CountryBased on its performance in the Division I state meet last year, the Hilliard Davidson High School girls cross country team has elevated its expectations.
Girls Cross Country
After being diagnosed with cancer in March, Worthington Kilbourne High School girls cross country coach Melanie Williams went through months of chemotherapy and radiation treatments, causing her to miss many of the team's spring and summer training sessions.
Boys Cross Country
Despite losing five of its top runners to graduation, the Olentangy Liberty High School boys cross country team has high expectations for this season.
Gahanna Lincoln Roundup
Having back-to-back large senior classes benefited the Gahanna Lincoln High School girls volleyball team the past two seasons.
About this time every year, this question seems to pop up all the time: "Are you ready for some football?"
Table TalkNew York-style pizzas and hand-crafted sandwiches are part of the lineup at the Northwest Side tavern.
The much-publicized and thus R. Kelly-less Fashion Meets Music Festival is finally upon us.
Aug. 29-Sept. 1The 49th annual Greek Festival will take place Aug. 29-Sept. 1 at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 555 N. High St. in the Short North area.
Each of the next two weeks, The Beat will include a look ahead at the 2014-15 performing arts seasons for central Ohio producers and presenters. The two-part arts season preview is not only a heads-up for what's coming from arts organizations but also a look inside season programming with a representative from most major organizations.
Despite the city's long history with the Prohibition movement, a first-time restaurateur has decided that Uptown Westerville is the perfect place for a brewery.
Beer garden, local bands will highlight event that benefits Delaware women's club.