A car pulled from a small pond in Orange Township on Tuesday has been identified as belonging to Tony Luzio, a Liberty Township man who has been missing for nearly a decade.
Nearly three-quarters of a century ago, Inga H. Smith's father presented her with his old Brownie camera for her 10th birthday.
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Adam White has taken his legal fight against his fellow Olentangy school board members to the Ohio Supreme Court.
Groveport and Madison Township residents complained to two separate sets of elected officials last week about the traffic speed, congestion and noise that accompany increasing development in their communities.
Members of a task force charged with devising an alternative slate of activities for the city's Fourth of July celebration expect to present their findings at the next meeting of Whitehall City Council committees, set Tuesday, Oct. 28.
Delaware stands to get an increased share of income-tax revenue from a planned Berkshire Township outlet mall after Sunbury dropped out of negotiations on a Joint Economic Development District.
Possibly dissolving Hartford
The Hartford Fair, long known as the "Biggest Little Fair in the World" isn't actually within the village of Hartford, but that doesn't mean the fair is immune to being swept up in the anxiety over the potential dissolution of the village.
Jeff Ehlers had no idea he was named a leader in his industry until he heard the news from colleagues at Memorial Hospital of Union County.
Southwest Licking school board members on Oct. 16 voted 4-0, with Roger Zeune absent, to place a 4.7-mill bond issue on the February 2015 ballot.
The Delaware County Drug Task Force on Thursday, Oct. 16, arrested a man who allegedly trafficked in drugs that put two Hayes High School students in the hospital.
City League NotesNorthland High School football coach Kevin Tooson doesn't agree with those who argue teams that rotate quarterbacks do so because they don't have an obvious starter.
A year after becoming just the second program to win three consecutive Division I state high school girls golf championships, Dublin Jerome topped that accomplishment.
A week after settling for a runner-up finish in a district final, the Upper Arlington High School doubles team of senior Audrey Berger and sophomore Kyra Jung left with a Division I state championship.
The depth of the St. Charles boys golf team helped it leave the Division I state tournament Oct. 18 on Ohio State’s Scarlet Course with hardware.
Table TalkBlazing Saddles, modeled after an 1800s saloon, has opened in Crosswoods.
Two things happen when it's announced that, for the first time in 12 years, a concert will be held inside Ohio Stadium: One, the venue will be repeatedly referred to as "iconic;" and two, sports metaphors will abound.
The Columbus Symphony Orchestra's annual Baroque Festival this year provides the added benefit of Nicholas McGegan's leadership.
Singer-songwriter Eliza Gilkyson has been making burnt-edges Southwestern-style folk music that is both traditional and forward-looking for more than 20 years. The daughter of folk songwriter Terry Gilkyson (best-known for his The Bare Necessities from Disney's The Jungle Book), she is known for literate songs that often draw attention to the larger issues of the time. She was kind enough to answer some of The Beat's questions via email prior to her Oct. 21 show at Natalie's Coal-Fired Pizza.
Local Cantina, to open Dec. 31, new spot for man who's quite familiar with Clintonville restaurant scene.
Pizza Mart on Sinclair Road is back in business after a fire nearly a year ago threatened to close the venerable establishment for good.