Ohio State Fair visitors should expect some buzz at a beekeeping exhibit, where a man will sport a beard of bees -- thousands of them.
As the first drops of rain begin to fall, Caleb Welday, 16, dons a batting helmet and grips his bat. He stands in the box, chokes up on his bat, and takes a mighty cut at the first pitch.
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Franklin County Fair
Popular attractions and promotions, coupled with a healthy dose of cool, dry midweek weather, boosted attendance at the 2014 Franklin County Fair.
Longtime Westerville schools administrator Curt Jackowski lost his eight-year battle with cancer Sunday, July 20, succumbing to the disease at the Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital in Columbus. He was 48.
Felony drug charges against a Madison Township police officer and his wife were dismissed July 10 in Franklin County Municipal Court, but the case is still under investigation by Hilliard police.
Shakespeare's plays are written to the rhythm of the human heartbeat.
As expected, Upper Arlington City Council on Monday, July 21, voted to rescind a rezoning of 5.36 acres at the city’s Municipal Services Center site.
Columbus has the largest compressed natural gas station open to the public in the Midwest and quite possibly in the entire country.
The city of Columbus wants to reconstruct Livingston Avenue from Front Street to east of Parsons Avenue.
Time will tell how much Urban Infrastructure Recovery Fund money comes Clintonville's way and what projects it will pay for, but the chairman of the area commission's planning and development committee predicted it will be worth the wait.
All-Time ThisWeek Basketball TeamAlthough he wasn't selected until the second round of the NBA draft, no central Ohio high school basketball player since 1990 has accomplished more at the professional level than Michael Redd.
Suburban Swim Club LeagueThe Upper Arlington Swim & Racquet Club continued to roll in the Suburban Swim Club League meet.
Special Skills Football InvitationalJeff Brewer considers himself an avid Ohio State football fan.
Martial ArtsTaiyo Marang admitted he wasn't good at Shuai Jiao the first time he tried that form of martial arts four years ago.
In its heyday, the girls basketball tournament that became known as the Lady Panther Holiday Classic attracted nationally-ranked teams -- a group that sometimes included its host -- and such crowds that games were shown on closed-circuit television in the school commons for fans who couldn't get seats.
Tyler Cowles hasn't slowed down since helping the Grove City High School baseball team reach a Division I regional semifinal this past season.
Dublin's Bob Sowards secured another berth in the PGA Championship with a strong showing in the PGA Professional National Championship held June 22-25 in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Coach Jim Kloepfer will not have his contract renewed after 11 seasons leading the Westerville North High School girls basketball program.
Table TalkCelebrating its 40th anniversary, the Winemaker’s Shop in Clintonville helped usher in a home-brewing trend.
The Ohio State Fair, in all its glory, has begun, with main stage entertainment at the Celeste Center getting underway Thursday, July 24.
The opening show in CATCO's 30th anniversary season is one long con.
The restaurant has an extensive menu of North and South Indian dishes.
Brew Ha Ha
The sixth annual Brew Ha Ha, a veritable comedy cavalcade, will be featured Tuesday, July 29, to Aug. 1 at Shadowbox Live, 503 S. Front St.
Christon Gray doesn't know if he'd call himself a celebrity just yet.