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Central Ohio communities have listed their 2016 Beggars Night schedules:
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The Westerville Division of Police is working to put a program in place that would set a new standard for how officers interact with autistic individuals on traffic stops and other calls.
A developer's plans for an 80-acre site off U.S. Route 23 on Delaware's southeast side includes residences, offices, shops and a big-box retail store.
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Hilliard City Schools immediately will deploy additional security before, during and after bus routes at both bus compounds in response to the assault of a driver early Oct. 21, Superintendent John Marschhausen said.
The Jefferson Township Zoning Commission rejected a proposal Oct. 20 from M/I Homes of Central Ohio to build 75 houses on 62.1 acres along Darling Road.
Anticipated traffic from the continued development of the New Albany International Business Park and surrounding areas paved the way for a new interchange at Mink Street and state Route 161, according to local officials.
Attending funerals is not a regular activity for most millennials. Yet 24-year-old Hilliard resident Cody Brooks wonders not when but how many more he will attend.
Jewelry can be much more than just a personal adornment.
The highly anticipated extension of Gemini Place is open, and the Ohio Department of Transportation is working to make it function correctly.
Although the idea of allowing backyard chickens within city limits might ruffle the feathers of some residents, it's a trend across the country as consumers seek fresh, natural and organic foods.
New Albany RoundupBad weather forced Logan Spiess of the New Albany High School boys golf team to wait an extra day to compete in the Division I state tournament.
Johnstown-Monroe RoundupAaron Latiolais has confounded opposing defenses this fall, but the Johnstown-Monroe High School football team may have some insight into corralling the Heath senior quarterback.
GolfCentral Ohio did not receive a team trophy in the Division II boys golf state tournament Oct. 14 and 15 at Ohio State’s Scarlet Course, but two area sophomores finished with the top two individual scores.
Check out ThisWeek's comprehensive guide on central Ohio high school football teams, including rosters, schedules and an in-depth look at offenses, defenses and special teams. Or look for the guide at any central Ohio Menards store.
When the Whetstone High School football team closes the season Friday, Oct. 28, at Centennial, it will mark the last time Don Poff coaches his son in the sport.
St. Charles Roundup
Evan Yakubov was familiar with Ohio State's Scarlet Course, and he played like it.
The Dublin Jerome High School girls tennis team finished third and Columbus School for Girls took fourth in the Ohio Tennis Coaches Association state team tournament Oct. 23 at Reynoldsburg.
Girls Water Polo
The Upper Arlington High School girls water polo team still rules the state.
For those who enjoy dim sum, Fortune is smiling in northwest Columbus.
Since March, the Huntsman's Smokehouse has been rolling out its own brand of takeout barbecue enhanced by homemade sauces and proprietary dry rubs.
John "Guido" Magnacca has put a new twist on an old classic.
What a friend Kent Rand has in cheeses.
When did you last have cherries jubilee?
Just because corn and tomatoes are done for the season doesn’t mean the harvest is over.
The Polaris area will play host to the first Giordano's restaurant in Ohio.