Dublin Scioto High School showed its roots last week, highlighting cultures from throughout the world.
The old school bell tolled March 5, when Gahanna Senior Center members visited Lincoln Elementary School and the recently relocated and restored one-room Jefferson Township School No. 2.
Folsom & PineStepping into greenhouse No. 7 at Folsom & Pine Farm, one is instantly greeted by the aroma of fresh soil.
Time on his hands and a teacher's knowledge of the worlds that reading can unlock led Todd Williams to volunteer for a program aimed at helping third-graders move on to the fourth grade.
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A string of late-afternoon break-ins are believed to be connected and could have been carried out by experienced burglars, according to the Hilliard Division of Police.
The planned "sunset" on Westerville City Schools' elementary magnet-school program looks to be turning into a "sunrise."
Violet Township Trustee Terry J. Dunlap Sr. was charged Monday, March 10, with negligent assault in connection with the accidental shooting of a student taking a concealed-carry class Dunlap taught last year.
The fate of a planned retail and apartment complex just west of the city's downtown rests in the hands of Powell City Council.
Bears to Beijing Gala
Upper Arlington's student musicians will get a little help from their friends Sunday, March 16, for a Bears to Beijing Gala to support their 12-day concert tour of China.
St. Patrick's Day celebration
This weekend 20,000 people will descend upon central Ohio's own piece of Ireland to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
L Brands is expected to move 500 employees from Reynoldsburg to a new facility in New Albany.
The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium’s proposed tax levy now faces organized opposition.
Hilliard is poised to amend city codes that prohibit openly carrying firearms in public parks.
Super 12 Wrestling TeamMarysville High School senior wrestler Austin Pfarr fulfilled a dream at the Division I state tournament.
Bryan Patton has never been a part of one of the final four teams remaining in the state -- until now.
Having established his reputation as a scorer, Kevin Vannatta of the Upper Arlington High School boys basketball team relished the chance to flex his muscles March 8 during a Division I district final against second-seeded Gahanna.
The Pickerington High School Central boys basketball team spent the second Saturday of March doing the same thing it has done each of the previous two years -- cutting down the nets at the Fairgrounds Coliseum after winning a Division I district championship.
After a 44-34 loss to Olentangy Liberty on Feb. 7, Dublin Coffman High School boys basketball coach Jamey Collins challenged his players to improve their games if they planned on advancing in the Division I district tournament.
Table TalkThe modern, Euro-style bar is relaxing place with a menu built on local foods.
Carrie Newcomer isn't a "give something up for Lent" kind of person. But a song on her forthcoming CD, A Permeable Life, titled Thank You Goodnight, was inspired by a spiritual practice she took on at the recommendation of a friend.
If you're going to pay tribute to "The King of Swing" Benny Goodman, it's only natural to look to clarinet master Ken Peplowski, which is exactly what Byron Stripling and the Columbus Jazz Orchestra have done.
From the Brass Band of Columbus' 30th anniversary to the 40th anniversary of performing for funnyman Robert Post, The Beat has been all about the anniversary of late.
Arias in Ebony, Opera Project Columbus' concert featuring the work of African-American opera composers, is the first of its kind on Ohio and ideal for presentation during Black History Month.