Earth Day eventsThe founder of a neighborhood garden in the German Village area is recruiting volunteers for an Earth Day event, slated for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 19.
Although they're imprisoned at Marysville's Ohio Reformatory for Women, about 400 inmates recently had their spirits lifted by central Ohio's Rag Tag Worship Team.
The Sterling Theater board of directors is expected Monday, April 21, to present plans to Pataskala City Council for installing an elevator and restrooms at the theater.
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Many Columbus property owners with septic tanks could face thousands of dollars in fees and construction costs after being required to tap into the city’s sanitary-sewer lines.
Teachers in Whitehall will receive a pay increase for the first time in three years following approval of a new pay agreement by school board members last week.
Canal Winchester City Council agreed April 7 to follow a recommendation from the finance director and renegotiate a contract with the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office to provide police service.
Meters on Main
Bexley City Council continues to debate the pros and cons of installing parking meters on East Main Street and other thoroughfares to raise revenue and control traffic flow.
UPDATE: Power restored to 9,800 AEP customers in Franklin & Licking Counties after a 2:30 a.m. outage.
Despite a major resurfacing project set to begin on U.S. Route 62 on Monday, April 14, area leaders aren't panicking about travel disruptions on the road throughout the spring and summer.
Southwest Licking third-graders are ready for the Ohio Achievement Assessments, Assistant Superintendent Kasey Rathburn-Perkins told the school board last month.
The growing student body at Hayes High School could have necessitated five daily lunch periods next school year.
DeSales RoundupTheir conversation might take place five minutes after a game, or even the next day, but Ali Cargin of the DeSales High School girls lacrosse team always ends up reviewing the Stallions' play with coach Joe Finotti.
Boys BasketballThe Pickerington High School Central boys basketball team played most of this past season without head coach Jerry Francis, and now the Tigers will go forward with someone else leading the program.
BaseballDublin Coffman High School baseball coach Tim Saunders has reached a milestone, earning his 500th career win with his team's 10-4 victory over host Hilliard Davidson on April 10.
Considering his team has lost three state semifinals since 2009, it's not surprising what Marion-Franklin High School football coach Brian Haffele thinks about holding the championship games in Columbus the next two seasons.
Kent Riggs has resigned from his job as coach of the Canal Winchester High School boys basketball team.
Bob Miller’s long and storied coaching career came to an end April 10 when he resigned as coach of the Thomas Worthington High School boys basketball team.
Again this season, Eastmoor Academy is a safe place to start when determining where the City League's best sprint corps will reside.
VIDEOOf course Byron Stripling would pick the trumpet to feature in something called "summit." The Columbus Jazz Orchestra music director plays one for crying out loud.
Groove-y bass master Freekbass celebrates the release of his new CD, Everybody's Feelin' Real, with a Sunday, April 13, gig at Woodlands Tavern. The Cincinnati resident is a bassist first, and a baseball fan only slightly second. He was kind enough to provide a few A's for a few Q's from The Beat.
Fourth-generation businessesFourth generation owners Dee Dee Eagle (Eagle Family Candy Co.) and Jennifer Williams (Weiland's Market), are joining forces.
A couple weeks back we wrote a little about the 30th anniversary of PromoWest Productions, the local booking/management firm that runs Lifestyle Communities Pavilion, the A&R Music Bar, The Basement and, of course, the Newport Music Hall.
A new deli will be opening on the city's Northwest Side in May.
The eighth Eastmoor Civic Association Winetasting-Auction is set for 7 p.m. April 12, at Wing's Restaurant, 2801 E. Main St.