A special guestU.S. Army Lt. Col. Chris Butler of the Alabama National Guard wasn't sure what reaction he was going to get from his daughter, Madison, when he surprised her April 20 at J.C. Sommer Elementary School in Grove City.
Play ball!Scores of boys and girls raced onto the Field 3 outfield grass at Northam Park Monday night as their teams were announced in anticipation of the call to "Play ball!"
Several programs provide out-of-town patients and their families with places to stay while receiving treatment at medical facilities in Columbus.
Motts Military MuseumThe official kickoff of a fundraising campaign to construct a building to house 9/11 memorabilia at Motts Military Museum in Groveport is scheduled at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium on May 6.
Weather where you liveIf you have been suffering with allergies this spring, you are not alone.
Guide to benefits, health resources and more for veterans of all eras.
Grove City Christian School student
The Franklin County Sheriff's Office is investigating a single-car accident that killed a Grove City Christian High School student April 30.
Training for high-schoolers
Local students would be ahead of the curve if a new Ohio House of Representatives bill becomes law.
An investigation large task force composed of area law enforcement agencies has resulted in the arrest of multiple people on drug charges.
'Quite an honor'
AAA may mean the minors in baseball, but it's a major achievement where credit is concerned.
According to his lawyer, former Reynoldsburg Police Lt. Shane Mauger is “very disappointed in himself and humiliated” as he waits for his initial appearance before a U.S. District Court judge on charges connected with the federal investigation into fellow officer Tye Downard’s illegal drug activities.
Active shooter response
Would you know what to do if someone walked into your office and started shooting?
Hilliard has three high schools, but students from each one gathered in solidarity April 23 at Homestead Park to support Davidson senior Levi Lambert.
Dublin's Rings Road
Dublin will pay approximately $2.5 to $3 million to expand a parking lot at 5100 Rings Road as part of an incentive package for Cardinal Health, which plans to occupy the property for a 12-year lease term.
The city of New Albany has created an incentives package to assist in the timely development of an extension of the Water's Edge development on Walton Parkway.
Girls RugbyDespite a limited roster, the six-player Marysville Knights girls club rugby team isn't short on enthusiasm.
Track & FieldJannie Kamara hasn't had trouble fitting in with the Pickerington High School North girls track and field team, according to coach Jim Langenderfer.
Numerous central Ohio high school athletes have made their college decision. See the latest list and check back for updates.
Matt Triplet and Jack DeSantis had what in other sports could be considered a curious exchange the first time they met.
After not having any players from central Ohio selected in either of the last two NFL drafts, three were chosen during this year’s event held April 28-30 in Chicago.
From a high school football talent perspective, central Ohio proved April 30 that its 2016 graduating class stacked up just fine compared to the rest of the state.
Delaware Hayes Roundup
The Delaware Hayes High School girls track and field team has displayed balance and depth this season, which bodes well for the future, according to coach Andy Graham.
The buildout of the Short North continues.
Table TalkLouie Pappas has adopted the build-your-own-meal business model for his latest restaurant.
Table TalkScott Heimlich says although he's taken a laid-back approach with his new restaurant, he has not sacrificed quality or service.
After more than two hours of discussion April 26, the Columbus Board of Zoning Adjustment tabled Rockmill Brewery's plans for German Village.
Olde Pickerington Village
A new restaurant in downtown Pickerington is creating a buzz for its inventive twist on traditional fare.
Jazz & Juleps and GartenMarkt
Sweet Thing Gourmet has rolled out three custom jellies and jams for the Jazz & Juleps event and the GartenMarkt in German Village.
Mother and daughter team Bev and Jennifer Picklesimon began making homemade jams for family members.
Question of the week: Is seaweed the next big thing?