The following is a list of 2016 Memorial Day observances, events and activities for central Ohio communities.
Police Memorial ServiceDublin community members paid tribute to law enforcement officers from Franklin, Union and Delaware counties who lost their lives in the line of duty during the annual Dublin Police Memorial Service on May 13 at the Dublin Justice Center.
A Depression-era effort to stave off the doom and gloom that followed the stock market crash is still alive and well in central Ohio.
Licking County LibraryBookmobile staff members said they were pleased with the third annual Licking County Library Cruise-In on May 6.
Weather where you liveSevere weather season has arrived in Central Ohio, and it's always a good idea to review what you would do and where you would go when severe thunderstorms or tornadoes approach.
Guide to benefits, health resources and more for veterans of all eras.
Bleckmann USA LLC
Johnstown is set to land 200 jobs after today’s (May 23) council approval of tax incentives for Bleckmann USA LLC, a company that offers specialist supply-chain services for the fashion and lifestyle industry.
Gov. John Kasich today (May 23) announced the approval of assistance for seven projects set to create more than 800 jobs and retain 2,025 jobs statewide.
Updated 3:15 p.m. May 23
Offices within the U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Department of Education on May 13 sent all school districts nationwide a letter, encouraging them to acknowledge transgender students.
Some residents without Marysville water service might soon have the opportunity to become customers of Del-Co Water under a proposed agreement that requires Marysville City Council approval.
A major road construction project to make way for the future in southwestern Licking County is expected to begin in December, according to local government leaders.
Calling hours for Hilliard police officer Sean R. Johnson are planned for 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 24, at St. Paul the Apostle Church in Westerville. A funeral service is scheduled at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 25.
The ongoing court fight to determine if Tree of Life Christian Ministries can open a school in Upper Arlington’s largest office will wage on, after a decision this week sent the case back to district court.
A bit of discord erupted at the May 17 Reynoldsburg Board of Education meeting, as the superintendent bristled over a motion her recommendations required more discussion and a longtime school board member accused newer members of possibly violating board policy and open-meetings laws.
Grove City will purchase a small portion of the property at 3985 Broadway needed to allow for the construction of the pedestrian promenade in the Town Center.
Track & FieldHaving set the Liberty Middle School record in the 200 meters as an eighth-grader, Trevor Collins couldn't blame anyone for thinking he would have a solid track and field career at the high school level.
DeSales RoundupThe DeSales High School boys lacrosse team's underclassmen couldn't be accused of simply falling in line when they joined the varsity ranks.
Bexley RoundupIn preparing for this week's Division II district meet, the Bexley High School girls track and field team was ready for a shift in strategy.
Josie Bunstine was posed with an unexpected but welcome problem.
As has been the case in nearly half of the 40 City League high school girls track and field meets, it was Northland that ended up on top this season.
The Whetstone High School baseball team will be seeking its fifth consecutive City League championship when it plays host to Briggs in the City final Thursday, May 19.
Canal Winchester Roundup
Julia Blum was all too aware as she competed in the OCC-Cardinal Division track and field meet last weekend that she had entered the final month of her career.
Korean-style barbecue, where customers have the option of cooking on special inset grills at each table, has returned to Bethel Road.
Balboa is the latest hip spot on Grandview Avenue, with large open doors separating the dining room from the 70-seat patio that fronts the street.
An alternative to ice-cream cones and frozen yogurt has joined the Columbus dessert scene just in time for summer.
Johnstown resident Tiffany Hollis said she used to "play restaurant" with her grandpa when she was a little girl, working a pretend cash register.
Question of the week: Will braised celery ever make a big comeback?
End of an era heralds new beginning
May 8 seemed like a normal Sunday morning at Starliner Diner.
When it comes to parking variances in German Village, just "how much is too much?" has not been clearly defined.