Upper Arlington police still are searching for a man they say robbed The Arlington Bank on Dec. 10 and made off with an undisclosed amount of cash.
Christmas parade ushers in the season
Shale Hollow Preserve, Preservation Parks of Delaware County's newest park, opened to the public Dec. 8 after years of planning.
For the second year in a row, the Centennial High School Choir has been invited to perform in the Crypt at the Ohio Statehouse as part of an ongoing series of holiday concerts.
After the Rev. James Freshour, a retired United Methodist Church minister, completed a children's book centering on the Christmas star, the Clintonville resident needed someone to illustrate it.
Transport yourself to Germany at Christmastime by visiting the Huntington Holiday Train in the Columbus Main Library atrium. Watch a video of the train in action and check out all the holiday happenings in your community.
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The Livingston United Methodist Church is seeking volunteers to help out at the December food pantry.
One man was injured in an early morning house fire in Gahanna this morning. Firefighters say two people were inside the home when the fire started around 2:30 a.m. Thursday in the 1000 block of Arcaro Drive.
Going bald after chemotherapy is a sad reality for too many cancer patients, but three Reynoldsburg teachers and eight HS2 Academy juniors are willing to shave their heads at a public event if the community will help raise $6,000 to combat childhood cancer.
Westerville leaders again are sending a message to state politicians that they oppose a bill meant to create more uniform local income tax codes in Ohio.
On Nov. 27, a driver crossing the train tracks on Powell Road found himself in a treacherous position.
The recently annexed Segna Motors site has been rezoned to allow the construction of a shopping center, which is planned for the land at the southwest corner of Linworth and West Dublin-Granville roads.
With 16 roundabouts completed, Dublin is looking toward its most ambitious intersection yet.
Since becoming the Upper Arlington High School boys athletics director more than three years ago, Michael Schaefer has been able to persuade Mike Golden to put off retiring and continue his career as Golden Bears football coach.
Like many brothers close in age, Josh and Seth Transue are highly competitive with each other, and at times their competitiveness can be quite spirited.
According to Elizabeth Weldon of the Upper Arlington High School girls swimming and diving team, the Golden Bears are driven by the fact that their streak of eight consecutive Division I state championships ended last season.
The Hilliard Darby High School boys swimming and diving team is looking to improve on last season, when it finished 30th in the Division I state meet, fourth at district, third at sectional and second in the OCC-Cardinal Division.
A glance at the individual statistics of the Hartley High School football team tells a lot about what got the Hawks to their second state championship game in four seasons.
On Dec. 21, 2012, the world was supposed to end. It didn’t. And thus, neither did the need to celebrate our world, electronica-jam band Papadosio figured.
Chef Daniel Kern recently purchased the restaurant, which has been around nearly 30 years.
A troupe of actors in 1940s London wanders into an abandoned theater where, amid the clutter, they find scripts for A Christmas Carol. Being actors, they decide to re-create the story, notwithstanding that each of them will have to play multiple roles and that they will have to use found items for sets and costumes.
When Jillian Mueller says she sees parallels between her life and that of Alex Owens, her character in Flashdance – The Musical, she doesn’t mean being doused with water while dancing.
Vanguard Christian-crossover alt-rockers Jars of Clay, Cornmeal, Verlon Thompson and more round out this week's Fab Five.
Vaud-Villities "Under the Mistletoe," "The Nutcracker" and more.
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