The New Albany Classic Invitational Grand Prix and Family Day on Sept. 21 was attended by 15,000 people and raised an estimated $1.7 million for the Center for Family Safety and Healing, a nonprofit that partners with other organizations to stop family violence.
Limelight Beach captured the Little Brown Jug on a perfect day for racing in Delaware.
Leeds Farm opens this weekend for its annual season, offering hay rides, zip lines, pumpkins and more.
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Just before his team played host to Canal Winchester on Sept. 19, longtime Westerville South High School football coach Rocky Pentello was placed on paid administrative leave.
The Reynoldsburg Education Association (REA) announced this afternoon, Sept. 23, that a new bargaining session with the school district has been set up with a federal mediator for 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 28.
A fire at an apartment building off Tamarack Boulevard sent 10 people, including four children, to the hospital early Sept. 23.
The New Albany-Plain Local school board on Sept. 22 reviewed $7.5 million in potential cuts if Issue 3 fails in the November general election.
District bus service
A handful of concerned Bexley families have voiced concerns over the abrupt halt of bus services affecting a number of high school students, including those with special needs, two weeks into the school year.
A Goo Goo was a no-go in south Clintonville. Now a Moo Moo wants to move into a more northern part of the neighborhood.
Columbus City Schools
On the surface, Columbus City Schools showed a less-than-impressive performance on the latest state report card, earning five F's, one D, one C and two A's.
The roundabout at Market and Main streets opened Sept. 20 after nearly four months of construction, but city officials warned parts of it will be closed this fall as more features are added.
The grouping of proposed Columbus city charter revisions voters will face Nov. 4 has raised some concerns for League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Columbus members, said David Patton, chairman of the education committee.
Reynoldsburg schools announced on Sept. 22, that open office hours with Superintendent Tina Thomas-Manning have been cancelled for the next two weeks.
Hyde Park Restaurant Group’s splashy new seafood restaurant is slated to open Oct. 2 in the Short North.
There were several rules changes implemented by the Ohio High School Athletic Association for football this season, with the most notable being the addition of a mercy rule.
The Dublin Jerome High School boys golf team clinched its 11th league championship in as many years of existence.
The Watterson High School girls golf team had more than twice as many opponents to contend with in the MOGGL this season after the league decided to no longer divide its 12 teams into two six-team divisions.
With the OCC-Ohio Division championship secured, Pickerington High School Central girls tennis coach Kelli Rings is confident the Tigers are ready to tackle the next phase of their season.
Table TalkThe new restaurant on the Northwest Side puts a spin on several classic dishes.
If you combined Opera Columbus, BalletMet Columbus and the Columbus Symphony Orchestra all in the same program -- and on stage simultaneously -- things could get pretty twisted.
Songs From the Movie is a record that Mary Chapin Carpenter had wanted to make for some time.
Really, it's enough to say the Columbus Jazz Orchestra will be joined by singer Mary Wilson. Columbus' own big-time big band joined by as big-time a female singer as there is? Yeah, that's enough.