Step By Step AcademySeveral months ago, when Elijah Glen Root was in crisis and out of control, his parents could find no placement for the tall teen with autism.
After nearly two years in development, the extension of Worthington Road between Polaris Parkway and County Line Road is in its final stages of construction.
Thousands of ladybugs took flight in Gahanna on Tuesday, April 22.
A mural commissioned on the Near East Side last summer by ADAMH was so successful in bringing home the message, "Treatment Works, Recovery Happens," that officials have turned photos of the project into a traveling exhibit.
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The Jefferson Township trustees voted April 23 to rescind a resolution that would have given township residents an opportunity to establish a joint-economic-development zone contract between the township and Gahanna.
Olentangy schools will keep five unvaccinated students home from school for almost a month as the district continues to deal with central Ohio's mumps outbreak.
Police records lawsuit
Anna Schiffbauer has lived within Westerville her whole life. She graduated from Westerville South in 2010 and moved around the block to attend Otterbein University.
The closing of Beulah Park has popped Balloons and Tunes.
U.S. District Court Judge George C. Smith has ruled that Upper Arlington did not discriminate against a religious organization that wants open a school in the city’s largest office building.
American Electric Power is moving its transmission headquarters to New Albany, next door to its central operations center on Smith's Mill Road.
People hoping to preserve the Clinton Annex are pinning what would seem their last faint hopes on a letter from the Clintonville Area Commission asking members of the Columbus school board to "stay all efforts to demolish the building."
SoftballWhitehall-Yearling High School senior Madison Pharo always has been a fighter.
Boys BasketballThe most successful era in the history of the Canal Winchester High School boys basketball team has ended.
Boys BasketballWhen Bob Miller announced his retirement as coach of the Thomas Worthington High School boys basketball team earlier this month, it ended one of the most enduring and winningest coaching careers in Ohio.
Boys TennisBecause Reynoldsburg High School seniors Isaac Khan and Yosef Maher already are taking classes at Ohio State University, they often end up car-pooling.
During his senior year, running back Jordan Jarrell led the Pickerington High School Central football team to the 2006 OCC-Ohio Division championship and scored on a 70-yard run to help the South all-stars win the 2007 Ohio North-South All-Star Classic 50-7.
To the best of anyone's knowledge, no athletics directors, coaches or Ohio High School Athletic Association officials have confessed to waking in the night, shuddering from competitive balance-induced nightmares.
Track & Field
The decision to partake in a child's game changed the course of Julia Fries' running career.
Track & Field
Micaila Mountain and Sydney Smith's domination of the 1,600 meters and 3,200 for the Grove City High School girls track and field team is nothing new this season.
Table TalkThe second local quick-serve artisan pie shop recently opened at 1187 Olentangy River Road.
VIDEOBalletMet Columbus closes its season, artistic director Edwaard Liang's first, with a dazzling program of works new to Columbus and, in one case, totally new.
Jessica Hernandez, who heads up the Detroit garage-soul outfit Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas, admits that when she was getting her start writing songs, she didn't know what she was doing.
Gallery Players will stage the Central Ohio premiere of Other Desert Cities, a 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Drama finalist, May 3-18 in its Roth/Resler Theater at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Columbus, 1125 College Ave.
The Jefferson Series of community lectures continues May 20 with author Doris Kearns Goodwin and June 12 with astronaut and politician John Glenn at New Albany's Jeanne B. McCoy Community Center for the Arts.