When early American settlers flocked to central Ohio in the early 19th century, the region was covered by a sea of trees as far as the eye could see.
The Korean War often is referred to as the "Forgotten War," but for local veterans who served in the conflict 60 years ago, the people, places and events remain etched in their memories.
The photo took Betsy Bachtel back years.
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The city of Worthington will pay an economic development grant of $878,000 to the developers of the office/apartment complex to be built adjacent to the Shops at Worthington Place.
Olentangy school board member Adam White walked out of a special meeting called to interview prospective treasurer candidates last week.
The 9.7 acres that landlocked Upper Arlington plans to annex from Perry Township next month will be the only commercially zoned land in the city that isn't already developed.
Three suspects involved in the February 2012 theft of nearly 100 guns from a Powell shooting range -- and the subsequent slaying of a gas station attendant -- were handed lengthy prison sentences this month.
Most residents could be in for a tax increase if Reynoldsburg City Council agrees to cut the city's income tax credit in half.
The Reynoldsburg Parks and Recreation Department has been told by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency that a grant request for more than $80,000 has been recommended for federal funding.
OhioHealth is expected to help anchor the new Gateway at Hilliard development with a 35,000-square-foot medical center.
The financial package for a new Grove City library has been finalized, and the project is ready to move forward.
Gahanna’s Freedom Festival and fireworks appear to be the first to fizzle as a result of the failed income-tax rate proposal that was on the May 7 ballot.
A rough stretch at midseason didn't get in the way of one of the Dublin Jerome High School boys lacrosse team's annual goals this year.
Brenda Pereyra Perez of the Central Crossing High School girls track and field team rested on the infield at Thomas Worthington for at least 30 minutes at the end of the OCC-Central Division meet May 18.
The Hilliard Darby High School boys volleyball team is back in the Division I state tournament.
Coach Andy Cox led the Thomas Worthington High School boys track and field program for 16 seasons before switching to the girls program this spring.
It was a record-setting season for the Dublin Jerome High School softball team.
With his team trailing Dublin Coffman by 3.5 points heading into the final event of the OCC-Central Division meet, Hilliard Davidson High School girls track and field coach Matt Beatty nervously paced near the finish line, figuring out the meet's mathematics in his head.
With about three seconds remaining in regulation May 16, the Pickerington High School Central boys lacrosse team celebrated its pending victory over Pickerington North by dumping a cooler of ice water on coach Pete Campbell.
With Les Miserables being The Beat's favorite piece of musical theater, you can bet we saw the film this past winter. We BeatBlogged about it a couple of times, but since this piece is about the touring production, we'll leave the movie be.
Q&A with singer-songwriter Chris Trapper and a video feature on his opening act, local musician Jared Mahone.
Joe and Tia Stropkai will open O’Nelly’s May 17 on South Old State Road.
Kevin and Lori Ames have opened their flagship restaurant in the former Hagen’s storefront.
Just another day for Laurie Berkner: play music, learn how to make spreadsheets, try on dresses ...
Marita King will talk the basics May 20 at the Meeting Haus, 588 S. Third St.
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