Into the infernoA part of an airplane and a large propane tank served as a classroom for Washington Township firefighters last week.
Dance students from all over the world give up summer jobs and vacations to go back to school for a summer dance program at BalletMet Dance Academy in Columbus.
Taste of WorthingtonThe perennial crowd favorite -- filet mignon with mashed potatoes -- again won first place in the entree division at A Taste of Worthington.
With just days remaining before the contract between the Reynoldsburg school district and its teachers expires July 31, the two sides appear far apart on reaching another agreement.
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Over the past two months Dublin has seen a spike in thefts.
A possible problem with aerial devices on various models of Dublin-based Sutphen Corp.’s fire trucks has, for now, grounded a portion of Upper Arlington’s fire services.
After months of discussion about how to solve the city’s revenue woes, Reynoldsburg City Council members decided to table a proposal to raise the city’s income tax from 1.5 percent to 2 percent but left the door open to revisit a tax-credit reduction.
Grandview Yard development
In a sometimes-heated meeting Monday, July 21, Grandview Heights City Council unanimously passed several pieces of legislation, including approval of revisions to the original development agreement from 2009, that will allow the next phases of the Grandview Yard development to proceed -- and at a faster pace.
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At least for now, Upper Arlington officials will not move forward with plans to build professional offices on green space at the city's Municipal Services Center.
While 96 percent of residents consider Powell an "exceptional" or "better than average" place to live, not everything looked so sunny on a recent survey of city residents.
A California-based consumer advocacy website has validated through a data-driven study what Pickerington's biggest boosters have been saying all along -- it's a great place to own a home.
The Ohio Attorney General's Office has filed a lawsuit against a Grove City business and its owner, charging consumer law violations.
Beekeeping is all about health and wellness for the eight-member Parker family of Blacklick.
Franklin County Fair
Popular attractions and promotions, coupled with a healthy dose of cool, dry midweek weather, boosted attendance at the 2014 Franklin County Fair.
All-Time ThisWeek Basketball TeamOver the past 25 high school girls basketball seasons, there have been 16 state championships won by Central District programs.
Country Club Swim LeagueOlivia Bergmann of the New Albany Country Club swimming team didn't treat the Country Club Swim League meet like a practice, but she was relatively relaxed during the girls 11- and 12-year-old 50-yard butterfly final July 14 at Ohio State.
FootballNever mind that this was a youth football camp. It's still football, and Chris Spielman is not about to lose his intensity.
While schoolmates opted to participate in sports with less contact, Sarah Wilson decided to tackle one that's much more physical.
After finishing second the past two years in the Franklin County Women's Golf Tournament, Kasey Petty vowed to win the event this summer.
Brittany Gamby probably wouldn't have guessed the means to the end, but the 2009 Pickerington High School North graduate recently left the University of North Carolina at Wilmington confident she milked the most out of her college experience.
Although there was just one winning team on the course in the Ohio NFL Alumni Caring For Kids Charity Golf Classic at the Medallion Club in Westerville on July 21, participants and volunteers said that children and central Ohio communities were the biggest winners.
Table TalkCelebrating its 40th anniversary, the Winemaker’s Shop in Clintonville helped usher in a home-brewing trend.
The Ohio State Fair, in all its glory, has begun, with main stage entertainment at the Celeste Center getting underway Thursday, July 24.
The opening show in CATCO's 30th anniversary season is one long con.
The restaurant has an extensive menu of North and South Indian dishes.
Brew Ha Ha
The sixth annual Brew Ha Ha, a veritable comedy cavalcade, will be featured Tuesday, July 29, to Aug. 1 at Shadowbox Live, 503 S. Front St.
Christon Gray doesn't know if he'd call himself a celebrity just yet.