Mike Middaugh has a tree in his front yard that he says is "accident-prone."
The New Albany-Plain Local School District's STEM expedition to South Africa this year allowed students to get up close and personal with a few of the approximately 5,000 black rhinos left in the world.
High above central Ohio, Jeff Granger maneuvers his small plane in loops and barrel rolls, flying vertically toward the clouds then toward the ground.
Girls with their American Girl dolls in tow already are planning trips to Easton Town Center in anticipation of the Saturday, June 22, opening of the first American Girl store in Ohio.
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Incoming Upper Arlington schools Superintendent Paul Imhoff will recommend Ryan McClure to be Upper Arlington High School’s new principal at the board of education’s June 26 meeting.
Columbus will add a left-turn lane at N. High Street and E. North Broadway beginning in August, ending four years of tense debate.
Airport-inspired countertops are being installed at Delaware Hayes High School to make room for the influx of new students in the fall.
Local officials are giving their support to Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base's efforts to be chosen as the home of a new fleet of air refueling tankers.
The New Albany-Plain Local School District received approval June 10 from the city of New Albany to demolish two homes on New Albany-Condit Road, the same day the district held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new school building and related campus improvements requiring demolition of the homes.
The city of Bexley has offered to share its income tax rate and local resources with the city of Powell and Liberty Township in Delaware County as part of a Joint Economic Development Zone.
Residents and business owners have less than a month to hammer out a mutually acceptable parking situation on Kossuth Street.
Using a short stretch of Myrtle Avenue in the Linden area as a microcosm for the difficulties government faces in addressing the problem of abandoned and foreclosed houses, City Attorney Richard C. Pfeiffer Jr. last week outlined efforts aimed at making such properties more attractive to the private sector.
A request for a temporary restraining order sought by the Columbus City Attorney's Office detailed many reasons why the city's police department and other officials closed the Columbus Inn and Suites on Zumstein Drive last week.
Increased support from the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission to upgrade the I-270/U.S. 33 interchange in Dublin is expected to benefit Marysville.
Tim Bailey of the Westland High School boys track and field team was part of an historic state meet held June 7 and 8 at Ohio State.
The Delaware Hayes High School boys lacrosse team will have to fill some major holes next season if it is to win a third consecutive state club championship.
For our fifth-annual summer series, ThisWeek Community News’ sports department is keeping the focus on football.
The East all-star football team beat the West all-stars 43-22 in the sixth-annual Cap City Preps Senior Bowl on June 15 at Reynoldsburg.
The OHSAA announced divisional breakdowns and regional alignments for the 2013 and 2014 football seasons.
Miller’s Columbus Ale House is bringing its expansive beer selection and menu to 1201 Olentangy River Road.
Finally! It was spring 2012 when it was announced that One Direction would be touring the U.S. this year, including a June 18 stop at Nationwide Arena. Of course, that also means you have either had tickets (or not) for nearly that long. Maybe some brokers still have them available. Have you been saving your money? Meantime, here’s a full 10 other Fab shows.
Guitar was the first instrument the electronic artist Lights learned to play, so it's not that far-fetched that she'd make acoustic music, or arrange acoustic versions of her electro-pop tunes. In fact, many of her songs start out that way before getting the fully produced treatment that ends up on her records.
Bar Exam columnist Joseph “Jeb” Bernert says the German Village destination reaches soaring heights in mixology.
The new executive chef of Latitude 41 brings Midwest sensibilities and West Coast flair to the menu.
'Wicked' closes it's run next weekend. Watch The Beat's interview with Kim Zimmer, a.k.a. Reva on Guiding Light.
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