Dublin Irish FestivalTime is key to getting the most out of the Dublin Irish Festival, experienced attendees say.
During a press conference held in the student union of his alma mater, Ohio Gov. John Kasich officially announced his candidacy for president of the United States on Tuesday, July 21.
If choosing her family's home near Westerville over the governor's residence in Bexley was supposed to be a complicated, controversial and politically vexing issue, someone forgot to tell Ohio's first lady, Karen Waldbillig Kasich.
Looking to buy local? Then check out our guide to seasonal farm markets.
Weather where you liveTime sure flies! Here we are halfway through summer, and some of you may be wondering if summer passed us by.
It's like reading the paper without the actual paper.
Dispatch.com: A veteran Columbus firefighter and Pickerington resident was killed Wednesday night when the car he was driving lost control on a rural road in Union County.
For the second time in two weeks, an unknown suspect robbed an Orange Township bank today, July 27, after handing a note demanding cash to a teller.
Marysville City Council voted 6-0 to repeal an ordinance regulating the installation of fire alarms and protecting emergency personnel from responding to either misused or defective alarm systems.
Johnstown-Monroe Local School District teachers have a contract.
Amazon could bring another 2,000 jobs to Ohio with a fulfillment center, according to state officials.
Updated 6:50 p.m. July 24
A series of events stemming from an "improperly abandoned natural gas line" as many as 30 years ago led to the explosion of an Upper Arlington house last March, according to the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.
Two vacant duplexes that were once part of the Reynoldsburg Trailblazer Alternative Program could be up for sale soon.
From one school district to another
Even though South-Western officials opposed the move, the State Board of Education approved the transfer of 41 parcels in the Scioto Pointe subdivision from the South-Western City School District to the Upper Arlington City School District.
Week 5: Nos. 6-10Over the last 25 seasons, three central Ohio high school football teams in Division I, two in Division II, five in Division III, one in Division IV, two in Division V and one in Division VI attained their ultimate goal of winning a state championship.
FootballBrandon Schoen has had enough of injuries.
Greater Columbus Swim LeagueThe 55th season of the Greater Columbus Swim League ended in familiar fashion, with the Delaware Aquatic Racing Team winning its seventh consecutive overall title.
Private Country Club Athletic LeagueIt makes little difference to the New Albany Country Club swimming team whether it is competing in the Country Club Swim League, which it dominated the past five years, or the new Private Country Club Athletic League.
North-East-West Swim League
Moments after it was announced that the Dublin Arctic swimming team had won the North-East-West (NEW) league championship July 20 at Dublin Community Pool North, coach Katie Mathews used the word "shocked" to describe how she and her athletes felt about the title.
The true summer weather that arrived last week was welcomed not only by sunbathers, but also by Newark High School.
Mikayla Cooper knew she would have an opportunity to play as a freshman on the Ohio University softball team.
Chase Ungerott said he didn't know who Chris Spielman was before participating in the Chris Spielman Football ProCamp on July 14 and 15 at Dublin Coffman High School.
Table TalkWhen Harold "Sam" Baker moved his office to Old Worthington 30 years ago, he said the area was rife with vacancies.
Bluesman James Cotton isn't called "Superharp" just because.
The Ohio State Fair, in all its glory, an event so grand that a Critic Crony once dubbed it "the biggest (adjective deleted) fair in the world," opens next week.
When most people think of warm-weather beers, they think of patio pilsners, lawn-mowing lagers and backyard blonde ales. Dark beer is a mere afterthought during the summer months.
Some ThisWeek staffers say yes, others no. Still others ask, "What's a paleta?"
After serving as the flagship home of Prohibition, Westerville doesn't have many historic alcohol-related locations.