Visiting children's authorA former professional football player and coach delivered a character-building message last week to students at Hilliard's J.W. Reason Elementary School.
'The Mystery of Edwin Drood'The Upper Arlington High Schools vocal music department will dig deep into the Dickens vault to present The Mystery of Edwin Drood -- and audiences at each of the four performances will decide how the show will end.
An art project at Olentangy Orange High School is allowing students to give a personal gift to children thousands of miles away.
Columbus International Children's ChoirMusic has taken the Columbus International Children's Choir around the world.
Guide to benefits, health resources and more for veterans of all eras.
The Ohio Department of Health issued a press release this afternoon, Feb. 12, stating that a Licking County man returning from Haiti has contracted the zika virus.
Starting Feb. 17, the opioid overdose medication Naloxone will be available at 112 Ohio Kroger pharmacies without a prescription.
Relay for Life
Because "cancer never sleeps," cancer survivors, caregivers, friends and family will walk or run continuously for 12 to 24 hours in Relay For Life events this summer to raise funds for the American Cancer Society.
Displeased with Altman Construction's handling of the Pointview Elementary School renovation, the Westerville City Schools Board of Education has approved a resolution giving the district authority to terminate the construction contract.
Southwest Licking Local Schools
Southwest Licking Local Schools officials said this morning, Feb. 10, that the unlawful sexual conduct allegations against one of the district’s substitute aides aren’t connected to the district or her employment there.
Whitehall police on Wednesday, Feb. 10, arrested two men on felony charges of kidnapping, aggravated robbery and felonious assault in connection with a home invasion and shooting Monday, Feb. 8, at a residence in the 1000 block of Ross Road.
Work on the intersection of Worthington-Galena, Huntley and East Wilson Bridge roads remains far off, but preparation for acquiring the large amount of public right of way needed to complete the project is beginning.
Orange Township’s former zoning inspector will be sentenced in March after admitting he stole permit fees while in office.
Orange Township trustees on Monday, Feb. 8, approved new zoning for one of the largest developments in township history.
Authorities still are trying to determine what led to the death of an Ohio Wesleyan University and former Olentangy Orange High School soccer player last weekend.
Delaware Christian RoundupThe Delaware Christian School boys basketball team defeated Madison Christian 70-52 on Feb. 9 to move to 9-0 in the MOCAL, clinching at least a share of the championship.
Signing DayOf the nearly 100 central Ohio high school seniors who have committed to play college football, just 18 have signed letters of intent to compete for a Power Five conference program.
Boys BasketballThe Whitehall-Yearling High School boys basketball team turned to its defense to win its third consecutive MSL-Ohio Division title Feb. 9 at Worthington Christian.
New Albany RoundupThe New Albany High School boys basketball team has one OCC-Capital Division game left, and the Eagles' chances of winning their fourth consecutive league championship are somewhat cut-and-dry.
Olympic Marathon Trials
Laura Kaulen didn't know it at the time, but she began laying the foundation for her trip to the 2016 Olympic Marathon Trials more than 20 years ago.
Of the nearly 100 central Ohio high school seniors who have committed to play college football, just 18 have signed letters of intent to compete for a Power Five conference program.
As has been the case for the last several years, national signing day Feb. 3 was a busy time for central Ohio high school boys and girls soccer players.
Parity is alive and well in the Capital Hockey Conference.
Table talkA new central Ohio restaurant is one of a select few local establishments with momo on the menu.
Starliner Diner, the popular local eatery that has served patrons for more than two decades at 5240 Cemetery Road, is poised to relocate to Old Hilliard and become part of the city's effort to revitalize the historical district.
A made-to-order gourmet hamburger restaurant is a "smash" in Gahanna again after Smashburger, 109 N. Hamilton Road, reopened Wednesday, Feb. 3.
A made-to-order gourmet hamburger restaurant is a "smash" in Gahanna again.