For Market Street Soda Works owners Tim and Liz Argyle, soda is more than simply a way to quench thirst.
Wolves aren't so big, and they're not so bad, either.
Weather where you liveThe dog days of summer are here. A heat wave is developing across the Eastern United States, and central Ohio will feel the effects.
Guide to benefits, health resources and more for veterans of all eras.
Columbus City Schools
The Columbus Board of Education on July 21 unanimously voted to place a 6.92-mill combination levy-bond issue on the Nov. 8 general-election ballot.
Urban chicken booths
Columbus Public Health says it is looking for ways to ease restrictions for those who want to keep chickens on their property.
Back to school
Canal Winchester and Groveport Madison students going into seventh and 12th grades this year will be rolling up their sleeves with other Ohio students before the start of school for a new state-required vaccination.
More than a dozen attorneys already had volunteered as of last week to participate in what's being called Ohio's first Name and Gender Change Legal Clinic.
As the Aug. 5 start of the Rio Olympics draws nearer, world health officials have renewed their focus on the Zika virus, since Brazil has been identified as a hotspot for the condition, according to local health officials who spoke July 21 at the Bexley Public Library.
#backtheblue Bulb Challenge
In college, Nicole Sassen explored the possibility of having a career as a police detective.
Traffic-congestion relief is coming to a busy intersection at the border of Berlin and Orange townships, but not for at least a few years.
Athletes and fitness enthusiasts have forever looked for that little extra -- and mostly legal -- edge.
Week 5 focuses on the OCC-Central Division.
GolfOhio State football coach Urban Meyer and men's basketball coach Thad Matta love promoting their programs while also raising money for a good cause.
Knowing what was at stake, New Albany Country Club and Scioto Country Club swimmers of all ages took turns crowding around a whiteboard on which results were posted as the Private Country Club Athletic League championships wound down July 11 at Ohio State.
Swimming & Diving
The Hilliard Marlins built a huge lead halfway through the Suburban Swim Club League meet July 12 at Annehurst Pool in Westerville and made it stand despite a furious charge from Swim and Racquet Club.
Braxton Miller's passion for interacting with young athletes was evident July 13 and 14 at Worthington Kilbourne High School.
Cameron Kohl and Zack Williams have been inseparable since the seventh grade, playing football at Hilliard Heritage Middle School before starring at Darby High School.
The latest Gallo's Tap Room might not have a high-profile location, but it does have something many other restaurants in Powell covet: parking.
The Butcher & Grocer might seem like a throwback to a simpler time.
Deschutes Brewery is throwing a block party downtown, with a nod toward fans and a popular central Ohio nonprofit.
After more than 30 years of running one of Columbus' most popular delis, Diane Warren has some personal time coming.
Columbus Jazz & Rib Fest
Legendary trumpeter Doc Severinsen said it's hard to believe almost 25 years have passed since he was band leader of "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson."
BrewDog's promise of serving beer from its new U.S. headquarters in Canal Winchester in August won't be met, thanks to various delays that have pushed opening day into October or November.
How does bacon-wrapped shrimp sound?