The Ohio Child Conservation League Johnstown Angels and Astronauts this year collected letters to Santa Claus from Johnstown-area children.
Watch a video of Cub Scout Pack 210 as they place wreaths on the graves of 286 veterans of all wars at the Dublin Cemetery. Wreaths Across America is a concerted effort of thousands of volunteers to make sure no veteran is forgotten. The Dublin wreath laying took place at the same time as wreaths were being laid at Arlington National Cemetery and thousands of other cemeteries across the U.S. as well as American cemeteries in Europe.
Transport yourself to Germany at Christmastime by visiting the Huntington Holiday Train in the Columbus Main Library atrium. Watch a video of the train in action and check out all the holiday happenings in your community.
An Upper Arlington family received an early Christmas gift when their family pet was found safe nearly two weeks after disappearing.
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A 124-acre parcel between Cosgray and Leppert roads will remain in the hands of Hilliard City Schools after a central Ohio developer opted not to execute a purchase contract the school board had approved in April.
An Upper Arlington-area Kroger last week unveiled a $9-million renovation and expansion project, the store's first in its nearly 30-year history.
Columbus is extending residential curbside recycling to those who live in condominium and apartment complexes, bringing an estimated 15,000 customers into the program.
Westerville South High School basketball coaches are helping students deal with loss and move forward after a junior varsity player collapsed during practice, and later died, last week.
After nearly a decade of work, the final phase of Emerald Parkway will soon be under construction.
Brown Township trustees are expected Jan. 20 to adopt a resolution placing a 5.12-mill fire levy on the May 6 ballot.
Clark State Road was closed between Havens Road and Mann Road in Blacklick because of an accident.
There were 39 head coaches among those who applied for the Gahanna Lincoln High School football coaching job after it came open in early November, including applicants from five states.
The Marysville High School wrestling team has the luxury of being able to reload instead of rebuild this season.
Natalie Carpenter has worked to improve her game for her senior season with the Johnstown-Monroe High School girls basketball team.
Delaware Hayes High School swimming and diving coach Bill Rietz expects the girls team, buoyed by a strong freshman class, to contend for its first league championship since 2004 and build on last year's postseason success.
For the Gahanna Lincoln High School hockey team, not much could have topped this.
Dublin Coffman High School hockey coach Darcy Cahill felt like his team needed a signature win to boost its confidence after finishing with a .500 record each of the past two seasons.
Krissy Beck of the DeSales High School gymnastics team has lofty goals for herself, not to mention high expectations placed on her by her coach.
Café Del Mondo still has a decidedly Italian flavor.
On Dec. 21, 2012, the world was supposed to end. It didn’t. And thus, neither did the need to celebrate our world, electronica-jam band Papadosio figured.
As 2013 nears its finish, The Beat takes a look back at arts and entertainment happenings from the past year.
The New Albany Symphony Orchestra's Holiday Spectacular on Sunday, Dec. 22, will feature a variety of music, dance and narration in celebration of the holiday season.
Stonybrook United Methodist Church is offering the gift of music to the community this weekend at Gahanna Lincoln High School, 140 S. Hamilton Road.
Capriccio Columbus will present Christmas with Capriccio, featuring special guest Calvin Griffin, at 4 p.m. Dec. 22, at Livingston United Methodist Church, 200 E. Livingston Ave.
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