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Senior-seminar projectFor Aaron Westbrook, the answer of where to find recycled material to fabricate a prosthetic arm was on the bottom of a plastic coffee cup.
Weather where you liveWhen can we expect our first snow of the season?
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Beulah Park is an integral part of Grove City's history, and Columbus developer Pat Kelley is looking to break ground next year on the next chapter in the story of the former horse-racing track and event center.
Motorists traveling on Interstate 270 and U.S. Route 33 in Dublin will have fewer traffic restrictions this month, but the interchange project isn't done.
The Gahanna-Jefferson Board of Education has appointed Jennifer Chrysler as its newest member.
Reaction began pouring in immediately to the death of John Glenn, including from President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump.
Jesse Truett will remember Haden DeRoberts for the leadership he demonstrated -- in good times and, more importantly, in bad times.
The Ohio Department of Transportation is ready to reopen a Worthington-area portion of the Olentangy Trail, but only temporarily.
Gahanna Planning Commission
Gahanna’s Planning Commission laid an egg for residents who wanted to raise backyard chickens in residential neighborhoods.
Hilliard, school district, township
Hilliard City Schools Superintendent John Marschhausen called the Dec. 5 gathering of representatives from four local governments "a great first step" toward more effective collaboration.
Columbus Metropolitan Library
The Columbus Metropolitan Library system will stand to lose more than $370,000 a year after it eliminates fines for overdue materials Jan. 1.
FootballIt had been more than a decade and a half since a Central District program accomplished what the Hartley High School football team did Dec. 2 when it captured its second consecutive Division IV state championship.
Boys BasketballUpper Arlington High School boys basketball coach Tim Casey knows as well as anyone that this year's team boasts some star power.
Super 25 football teamWith the first undefeated regular season in the Heath High School football team's 53-year history on the line Oct. 28 against Johnstown, Aaron Latiolais was ready for the challenge.
Athletes of the YearAs the fall season winds down, it’s time to announce our Athletes of the Year.
St. Charles Roundup
After winning back-to-back CCL titles, the St. Charles Preparatory School basketball team has a new plan of action.
DeSales High School boys basketball coach Joe Bills spent about 10 minutes at the podium during the inaugural CCL media day Nov. 20 in the school's Franciscan Center.
City League Roundup
Starting in 1995, the only teams to represent the City League-North Division in the league championship game have been the Northland and Brookhaven high school boys basketball teams.
Whitehall-Yearling High School boys basketball coach Drew Williams calls his team "a work in progress," but that doesn't mean his confidence has wavered.
CoreLife Eatery doesn't demand customers eat well -- but it's strongly encouraged.
Napa Kitchen & Bar should give Dublin a taste of California wine country.
Rooks Tavern is using primitive cooking techniques -- smoke and fire -- to enhance a modern, sophisticated menu.
When Keith Dailey took his wife, Kim, into the historic Dierker Road structure he and business partner John G. Chess hope to turn into the Northwest Side's first brewpub, she recognized the place instantly.
Is zucchini bread overrated?
Not having a walk-in cooler is seen as a bonus, not a disadvantage, for Hubbard Grille.
Block's Bagels, an East Side community landmark that will mark its 50th anniversary this month, is scheduled to reopen in early 2017 at 3012 E. Broad St.