When the city of Delaware bought the vacant building at 50 Ross St. in 2004, officials had hopes of improving the site to benefit the neighborhood.
I-270 at US 23As construction on the Interstate 270-U.S. Route 23 interchange moves into high gear, northbound motorists might need to shift into low gear.
Gina Perry has returned to her geographic and artistic roots.
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The race to build an outlet-mall complex in Berkshire Township continued last week as county commissioners approved a key annexation for one of two proposed developments.
The Marysville Board of Education will consider two economic incentive packages for local businesses when it meets next month.
Pataskala's ad-hoc search committee met Friday, April 18, to review 17 applicants for the city administrator's position.
For the second time in less than a year, Southwest Licking voters will decide May 6 if the school district should undertake a large-scale facility construction and renovation project.
The village of Johnstown is poised to join a central Ohio consortium in hopes of helping village officials secure grants.
The Johnstown-Monroe Board of Education has narrowed its superintendent search to three finalists.
Many Columbus property owners with septic tanks could face thousands of dollars in fees and construction costs after being required to tap into the city’s sanitary-sewer lines.
SoftballAfter playing second base throughout her youth and in her freshman season, Gahanna Lincoln High School softball player Alyson Shaw was asked to switch to shortstop a year ago.
DeSales RoundupTheir conversation might take place five minutes after a game, or even the next day, but Ali Cargin of the DeSales High School girls lacrosse team always ends up reviewing the Stallions' play with coach Joe Finotti.
Boys BasketballAfter a stroke and back surgery prevented him from coaching the Pickerington High School Central boys basketball team for the second half of this past season, Jerry Francis stayed away, monitoring the Tigers' progress and keeping touch via calls, texts and the media.
Considering his team has lost three state semifinals since 2009, it's not surprising what Marion-Franklin High School football coach Brian Haffele thinks about holding the championship games in Columbus the next two seasons.
Kent Riggs has resigned from his job as coach of the Canal Winchester High School boys basketball team.
Bob Miller’s long and storied coaching career came to an end April 10 when he resigned as coach of the Thomas Worthington High School boys basketball team.
Again this season, Eastmoor Academy is a safe place to start when determining where the City League's best sprint corps will reside.
Table TalkThe breakfast-and-lunch spot has been serving up big portions and low prices for more 30 years.
Cirque du SoleilA Cirque du Soleil tour is a massive undertaking, and its partnership with the estate of Michael Jackson on Michael Jackson: The Immortal is no exception. It takes a small city of people to put on a show, many of those people doing their work before the show even begins or behind the scenes.
Leave it to a young girl from Nebraska studying at Boston’s Berklee College of Music to become a YouTube sensation covering the urban and hip-hop stylings of artists like Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj. Partner her with a budding professional trombonist and you naturally get dance floor- and radio-friendly tunefulness the Amy Heidemann and Nick Noonan – collectively Karmin – like to call swag-pop.
A few weeks ago, The Beat gave you a heads-up that there would be a big announcement forthcoming from the Wexner Center for the Arts, associated with the center’s 25th anniversary celebration. More recently you may have heard the announcement that the center will host an “unprecedented exhibition of the personal collection of Leslie and Abigail Wexner” this fall.
A new deli will be opening on the city's Northwest Side in May.