Clintonville Woman's ClubMore than 200 politicians, business leaders and community residents turned out last week to help the members of the Clintonville Woman's Club officially celebrate the 75th anniversary of the organization's founding.
VIDEOSpring-cleaning season is here, and items that no longer may be useful to one person could help someone else.
Members of the Winterset Elementary School Camera Club held the 19th annual auction of their best works from the year last week, making it possible some of them could be the children of participants in the very first one.
Weather where you liveA late spring combined with an unseasonably warm May has made central Ohio one of the worst spots in the nation for allergies.
It's like reading the paper without the actual paper.
Near East Side equestrian center
Dana Stewart wants to put an equine recreation center smack-dab in the middle of a Near East Side neighborhood.
Columbus City Council race
Joe Motil once again will seek a spot on Columbus City Council with a platform that calls for raising the minimum wage, reinstating public-access TV and establishing a link on the website columbus.gov that would include an open electronic discussion about any issues facing the city.
Canal Winchester City Council voted unanimously May 18 to approve a construction contract for approximately $2.3 million with Ferguson Construction Co. to build a new public works facility.
Supporters once again have been financially generous to the German Village Society.
The Woodcliff Condominium Association and Whitehall remain at odds eight years after city leaders first sought to declare the property a public nuisance.
Reductions from levy failure
Twenty-five parents who met with New Albany-Plain Local officials prior to the May 18 school board meeting said board members need to restore educational programs and teachers' jobs before considering busing services for all students and reducing pay-to-participate fees.
Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center officials will host a public meeting next week to share updates for a planned 100,000-square-foot ambulatory facility at Kingsdale Center.
An information technology company is laying off 75 workers at its Grove City facility.
DeSales RoundupMiss Mullins admits she is not afraid to ride her son, Derrius Mullins, when she thinks the sophomore needs some extra prodding as a thrower for the DeSales High School boys track and field team.
Boys VolleyballThe Hilliard Davidson High School boys volleyball team will be looking to win its second state championship in the Division I state tournament this weekend at Capital University.
Watkins Memorial RoundupThe Watkins Memorial High School track and field teams dominated the LCL meet May 12 and 15 to defend their league titles.
Winners of five Division I district championships in six seasons, the Gahanna Lincoln High School softball team has gotten pretty comfortable with its setting at the regional tournament.
Shawn Hinkle will lead the Northridge High School football program, pending school board approval.
Jeff Boulware has stepped down as coach of the Worthington Kilbourne High School baseball team.
The Watterson High School baseball team beat Licking Valley 2-1 in eight innings in a Division II district final May 21 at Beavers Field in Lancaster to capture its first district title in eight years.
Table TalkIzzy and Mo’s offers premium, homemade ingredients, owner Magdiale Wolmark said.
Maryland heavy-rock quartet Clutch has shifted gears a handful of times throughout its 20-plus-year career, varying style and approach from one album to the next, all while keeping two things consistent.