The following is a list of 2016 Memorial Day observances, events and activities for central Ohio communities.
Historic PreservationSteve Smith knew it was perfect and just what he had been looking for.
Heather Dugan is one of 10 Columbus authors who have joined Hometown Reads, a website that connects readers and writers.
Weather where you liveSevere weather season has arrived in Central Ohio, and it's always a good idea to review what you would do and where you would go when severe thunderstorms or tornadoes approach.
Guide to benefits, health resources and more for veterans of all eras.
The Dublin Board of Education is expected to approve an agreement with the Columbus City School District to permanently secure the suburban district’s boundaries.
A Lewis Center man died Thursday, May 26, in a one-vehicle crash near Delaware’s city limits.
This week, a young woman bearing flowers walked into the Hilliard Division of Police headquarters. She had heard about the death of officer Sean R. Johnson during a training exercise on May 19.
Updated 11:25 a.m. May 27
Jill Schuler, vice president of the Gahanna-Jefferson Board of Education, has resigned effective immediately.
The founder and CEO of a growing chain of indoor shooting ranges will look outside Hilliard for its first central Ohio location.
Nationwide Realty Investors has announced plans for its first condominium project at Grandview Yard.
Dublin-area residents will get a new local publication at their homes next week.
Dublin will have road construction projects going on during the upcoming Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide, Monday, May 30, through June 5, but Paul Hammersmith, Dublin's director of engineering, said the city has worked hard to structure and sequence projects in a way to impact the tournament as little as possible.
Although he may have hoped to return to his post, Westerville South High School Principal Steve Andersson has resigned after being on leave since April 18.
Softball RoundupThe Central Crossing High School softball team won its first district championship since 2012 in convincing fashion.
MASON — One of central Ohio’s four doubles qualifiers in Division I and nearly all of the area’s contingent in Division II has advanced to the second day of the state tennis tournament.
The Ohio Capital Conference has released its all-league softball teams for the 2016 season.
Eli Goldberger is coming home to take over the Bexley High School athletics department.
Gahanna Lincoln High School chose the route of continuity when deciding on its next girls basketball coach.
Yang Hai Lu and Zhen Rong Zhang have officially quit retirement.
Korean-style barbecue, where customers have the option of cooking on special inset grills at each table, has returned to Bethel Road.
Balboa is the latest hip spot on Grandview Avenue, with large open doors separating the dining room from the 70-seat patio that fronts the street.
Two young entrepreneurs with central Ohio ties are hoping a wider audience soon will appreciate Sech's appeal.
Question of the week: What do you think of grilled-romaine salads?
Johnstown resident Tiffany Hollis said she used to "play restaurant" with her grandpa when she was a little girl, working a pretend cash register.
End of an era heralds new beginning
May 8 seemed like a normal Sunday morning at Starliner Diner.