Among the strollers and families with children at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium Aug. 24 was a small group of nurses, caregivers and their loved ones creating memories.
A couple who met and found success as entrepreneurs in Uptown Westerville have launched their first joint venture in downtown Delaware.
Weather where you liveIf you are tired of the heat and humidity, you'll be glad to know fall is just around the corner.
Guide to benefits, health resources and more for veterans of all eras.
The new contract with South-Western City School District teachers includes the restoration or creation of teacher leadership positions at all grade levels -- something leaders and teachers believe will help the district improve instruction and meet the state's new learning and curriculum standards.
A world-leading distributor and supplier of food-service equipment and supplies has plans to relocate to Whitehall.
Legislation to permit backyard chickens is headed to the Gahanna Planning Commission for review.
Hamilton Crossing senior housing
A 64-unit senior community known as Hamilton Crossing is scheduled to open in October 2017 at South Hamilton and Etna roads.
Barnstormer Brutus has found a home.
New Albany-Plain Local School District leaders say they plan to follow in the steps of other districts that have reexamined the Win-Win agreement with Columbus City Schools.
With half its funding sources expiring at the end of the year, the Central Ohio Transit Authority is seeking to renew its 10-year, 0.25 percent sales tax on the Nov. 8 ballot.
Two Columbus residents have been indicted on several counts of drug-related charges in connection with hard candy containing hash oil that sent two Gahanna Lincoln High School students to Nationwide Children’s Hospital on Feb. 3.
State report card
Though results are preliminary, Bexley City Schools administrators are looking at how the district and its schools will be rated in the school report cards covering 2015-16 that the Ohio Department of Education is scheduled to officially release later this month.
Almost anything you want to buy might be available at the 72nd annual Swappers Day in Johnstown.
FootballHilliard Darby High School football coach John Santagata can't think of a better way to right the ship after an opening-week loss than with a win in the season's second game.
Hartley RoundupConsidering his team has a GPA above 3.0, ninth-year Hartley High School boys soccer coach Chris Kowalski is excited about what his team can bring to the field every game from a mental perspective.
The Ohio High School Athletic Association announced Aug. 30 that its inaugural boys and girls lacrosse state tournaments will be held at Ohio Wesleyan University’s Selby Stadium, pending a contract agreement.
The DeSales High School girls volleyball team doesn't plan to lower its standards, even with some familiar names lost to graduation.
There are a couple things to take from the preseason Super 7 poll.
Columbus Academy field hockey coach Anne Horton reached a milestone in her team’s 7-0 victory over visiting Dayton Oakwood on Aug. 27, earning her 400th win with the Vikings.
In the coffee world, Brandon Bir is no regular joe.
A Taste of Vietnam has taken over the former Rivage Bistro & Lounge space in Old Worthington.
A North Campus hangout known for feeding legions of hungry Ohio State University students has added a downtown Columbus location.
Taste of Dublin
The Dublin Chamber of Commerce's Taste of Dublin event has a new venue.
Male bonding over whiskey and cigars will return to German Village.
Ohio is ground zero for investors taking a leap into BrewDog's American version of its Equity for Punks crowdfunding scheme.
Powell residents can expect to see more downtown-area offices, restaurants and shops spring up soon after Powell City Council approved the second of two neighboring retail complexes last week.
What's the strangest doughnut flavor you've tried?