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After receiving several complaints from residents, Pataskala City Council members on Oct. 20 questioned officials from the Regional Income Tax Agency, which collects income taxes for Pataskala and other municipalities in central Ohio.
Collective-bargaining ballot measure
As a vote on Johnstown's collective-bargaining issue approaches, the root of the problem is thought by many to be a disconnect between village leaders and the Johnstown Police Department.
Parents and teachers erupted into applause Oct. 23 when the Marysville Exempted Village School District Board of Education voted to implement free all-day, every-day kindergarten next school year.
A busy intersection just southwest of the city of Delaware reopened fully Monday, Oct. 20, after the completion of $725,000 worth of improvements.
Continuous tweaking of chemical recipes for synthetic marijuana has led to a seemingly never-ending struggle pitting so-called "chemists" against law enforcement officials and legislators.
Westerville Public Library
Westerville police arrested a deputy fiscal officer of the Westerville Public Library Wednesday, Oct. 22, on charges of embezzling library funds, a fourth-degree felony.
Local health officials want to assure a nervous public they are prepared for an Ebola outbreak in central Ohio.
Adam White has taken his legal fight against his fellow Olentangy school board members to the Ohio Supreme Court.
SoccerShortly after the ceremony Oct. 16 to announce Ben Swanson's signing with the Columbus Crew, his mother, Beth, received a hug from coach Gregg Berhalter.
Boys GolfTroy Taylor of the Westerville South High School boys golf team kept a poker face after his worst round of the year, an 86 on the first day of the Division I state tournament Oct. 17 on Ohio State's Scarlet Course.
Girls TennisScattered showers blew through central Ohio early on the morning of Oct. 18, prompting the Ohio High School Athletic Association to move the Division I state girls tennis tournament indoors to Elysium Tennis Center from Hilliard Davidson.
Girls GolfAs his team was soaking in another state championship Oct. 18 on Ohio State's Gray Course, Dublin Jerome High School girls golf coach C.D. Butcher said he couldn't think of two players more worthy of making history than seniors Maite Erana and Sybil Robinson.
Competing in her second international meet, Worthington Kilbourne High School senior Rachel Rubadue placed in the top six in both of her women's diving events in the Pan American Olympic Festival held last month in Mexico City.
Upper Arlington Roundup
According to Upper Arlington High School girls water polo coach Dan Peterkoski, the Golden Bears' ability to come at opponents like a hockey team was key to regaining the state title after a one-year lull.
As the only senior on the Dublin Jerome High School girls tennis team, Rhiannon James was determined to end her career on a high note when the Celtics competed in the Division I OTCA state tournament Oct. 19 at Reynoldsburg.
Cameron McCloskey capped a breakthrough season for the Olentangy Liberty High School boys golf team.
Table TalkBlazing Saddles, modeled after an 1800s saloon, has opened in Crosswoods.
Three world-premiere works by three of the top choreographers of modern and contemporary dance await audiences in the intimate BalletMet Performance Space as BalletMet Columbus presents Innovations, opening this weekend.
Columbus Jazz Orchestra, Meat Puppets, Mary Lambert, Peppino D'Agostino and The Smokers Club Tour round out this week's Fab Five.
Pizza Mart on Sinclair Road is back in business after a fire nearly a year ago threatened to close the venerable establishment for good.
Dance Party 2014, set for Friday, Oct. 24, at Villa Milano, is the fourth annual event celebrating the rock 'n' roll dance parties of the 1960s, not to mention some of Columbus top rock 'n' roll acts of the time, The Dantes and The Fifth Order.
Local Cantina, to open Oct. 31, new spot for man who's quite familiar with Clintonville restaurant scene.