Dublin Youth Strings OrchestraThe Dublin Youth Strings Orchestra played a tough crowd last week.
John F. Kennedy was president, the Beatles were an obscure British club band, and the phrase Super Bowl Sunday had never been uttered when Nick Soulas opened the doors of Jolly Pirate Donuts at South Hamilton Road and Fairway Boulevard in 1961.
The Canal Winchester school district, the city and the Columbus Metropolitan Library embarked on a new partnership Jan. 25 with the opening of a new CML branch in the Canal Winchester Education Center.
Chad Wells plans to bring a new chill to Clintonville.
Guide to benefits, health resources and more for veterans of all eras.
Norwich Township Firefighters responded to a fire Feb. 6 at a Heritage Lakes Drive residence.
Dispatch.com: Nothing in his 39 years of leading the Ohio Wesleyan University men's soccer team had quite prepared Coach Jay Martin for the shock that claimed the faces of his 34 players Saturday morning after he corralled them to break some sad news: One of their own had been found dead just a couple of hours earlier, and police don't have any answers yet.
The Gahanna-Jefferson school district sent an email to district parents yesterday, Feb. 5, after an incident earlier in the week when two students became ill from candy allegedly containing marijuana.
A Reynoldsburg teen who was injured during a scuffle involving a stolen gun is facing charges.
A federal grand jury has indicted two Columbus men in connection with seven Ohio robberies, including banks in Reynoldsburg and Columbus.
Dispatch.com: A multi-vehicle crash involving at least one semi has closed U.S. Route 62 east of Johnstown in Licking County, and the Monroe Township fire chief posted on social media that someone was killed in the crash.
A warrant for the arrest of a Grove City man has been issued after the Franklin County Internet Crimes Against Children task force executed a child-pornography search warrant at his residence.
Since Thursday morning, Feb. 4, Minerva Park police have been searching for what they believe is a howler monkey in the village.
Franklin County still is in the depths of a syphilis outbreak and the number of infected individuals has increased by 47 to 348 cases in 2015.
Construction of Landmark Lofts, the approved mixed-use development at the corner of Cemetery Road and Franklin Street, could begin late next month, according to Hilliard's economic-development director, David Meeks.
WrestlingAs improbable as it may seem given his success with the Central Crossing High School wrestling team, Kameron Teacher nearly walked away from the sport as a freshman.
Salmika Wairegi developed into one of central Ohio's best girls golfers the last few years, and she also cherishes her time as a member of the Hartley High School girls bowling team.
For the second time in Bill Spencer's three seasons as coach, the Northland High School girls basketball team will meet Africentric for the City League championship.
The Lakewood High School girls basketball team clinched its first league title since 1995 by beating host Licking Heights 63-49 on Feb. 1.
Gahanna Lincoln High School defensive lineman Jonathon Cooper might have the highest profile among area seniors who have committed to Football Bowl Subdivision programs.
Table TalkMr. Sushi in Dublin has changed hands.
Favorite neighborhood bar shuts down with scant warning; White Castle part of new development.
A restaurant that a Casto Co. official vowed "everybody ... will go to and like" could be coming to the Carriage Place Shopping Center on Bethel Road thanks to a recommendation from the Northwest Civic Association Board of Trustees.
The Colonial Candy Shoppe is open again under new owners -- and its former owner has a new job.