Columbus Dispatch: A Reynoldsburg man who was on his third tour of combat duty was among three coalition troops killed when a suicide car bomber struck in Afghanistan yesterday.
In this three-week series, ThisWeek Community News talks to law enforcement, school officials, treatment professionals and addicts about the extremely addictive drug and what can be done to solve the problem. Week one looks at the faces of addiction.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority's park-and-ride facility and SmartRide New Albany shuttle service to New Albany's business parks have been up and running since Sept. 2.
Zachary Traxler didn't enjoy the corporate world. He didn't feel he fit in while working for a multimillion-dollar business information website.
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The all-time winningest high school girls coach in Ohio history pleaded guilty today (Sept. 17) to driving under the influence stemming from a recent arrest.
Saraga International Grocery in the Northland area has been given a month to clean up its act.
In a last-minute effort to avoid a teachers strike, the Reynoldsburg school district and the Reynoldsburg Education Association (REA) will meet in another bargaining session with a federal mediator at 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 18.
New Albany Community Authority
The New Albany Community Authority on Sept. 11 voted 5-0 to forward $7 million to New Albany from the economic-development fund to pay for projects associated with L Brands' expansion in the International Personal Care and Beauty Campus.
A hoped-for community meeting to help clear the air about the proposed redevelopment of the Olympic Swim Club site will not take place Tuesday, Sept. 23, as had tentatively been planned.
Between an increased demand for road salt and the fact that many Ohio waterways froze, preventing new shipments of salt making it to port, last winter posed a significant challenge for municipalities.
Groveport Madison schools
Groveport Madison School District busing is back up and running, but not for some daycare students.
Despite concerns that a car rental service may deprive the city of revenue, Bexley City Council unanimously approved legislation Sept. 9 enabling Car2Go to station its vehicles within the city.
FootballDuring Tom Phillips' tenure as Pickerington High School North football coach, the Panthers have gone from a team that went on a seven-game losing streak the year before he took over to one that has made three playoff appearances in the past five seasons.
SoccerHaving earned first-team all-state honors in Division I last season, Madison Costner aspired to lead the Dublin Jerome High School girls soccer team deep into the postseason this fall.
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.