The next generation of innovators showcased its brainpower and ingenuity last week during a Shark Tank Jr. competition at Rosemore Middle School.
Everybody knows your name on the bookmobile.
Johnstown's Mary E. Babcock Library will turn a page in the history book Monday, Feb. 15, marking its 10-year anniversary.
Delaware County Historical SocietyThe Delaware County Historical Society has found a way for brides and grooms to step into the past as they walk down the aisle.
Guide to benefits, health resources and more for veterans of all eras.
Capital University this morning announced Elizabeth L. Paul, of central Florida's Stetson University, has been selected as its 16th president.
Orange Township trustees on Monday, Feb. 8, approved new zoning for one of the largest developments in township history.
Dublin City Council approved the purchase of almost 24 acres off Frantz Road and is considering the purchase of another 73 acres along Shier Rings Road.
Mike McLaughlin is both disappointed and encouraged at once.
The city of Bexley is considering splitting ownership of the Bexley Square Shopping Center with the Community Improvement Corp., a nonprofit development organization that oversees certain business transactions on the city's behalf.
To reach a deal for a large speculative manufacturing facility in the New Albany International Business Park, city officials and the Pizzuti Cos. recently agreed to an incentive package similar in term and type to a deal offered last year to Amazon subsidiary Vadata.
Starliner Diner, the popular and eclectic eatery that has served patrons for more than two decades at Cemetery Road and Franklin Street, is poised to relocate to Old Hilliard and become part of the city’s effort to revitalize the historical district.
Authorities still are trying to determine what led to the death of an Ohio Wesleyan University and former Olentangy Orange High School soccer player last weekend.
Updated 2:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 8
An animal believed to be the same as the purported howler monkey observed last week by a Minerva Park police officer was seen this morning by a northeast Columbus resident, according to the Columbus Division of Police.
A new structure behind the city's public-works complex near the Point proves Delaware is a community on the grow.
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.
Of the nearly 100 central Ohio high school seniors who have committed to play college football, just 18 have signed letters of intent to compete for a Power Five conference program.
As has been the case for the last several years, national signing day Feb. 3 was a busy time for central Ohio high school boys and girls soccer players.
Parity is alive and well in the Capital Hockey Conference.
Corey Benton became the fourth Westerville North High School boys basketball player to reach 1,000 career points and made the game-winning shot Feb. 5 against visiting Canal Winchester.
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.