Weather where you liveThey're back!
Mental blocksWaiting for students from Duxberry Parks Arts IMPACT Elementary School to arrive for the very first Million LEGOs for Kids Challenge, Mozart's Bakery and Piano Cafe owner Anand Saha was simply beaming.
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.
Guide to benefits, health resources and more for veterans of all eras.
Westerville police said a teenage Columbus boy reported a man in a van attempted to abduct him in Westerville the night of May 27.
When she was diagnosed with brain cancer Sept. 11, 2013, doctors told Victoria Boals she had 18 months to live.
Johnstown’s Big Red Band is welcoming back Marc Zirille as its director.
Step by step, those touched by lung cancer will try to stamp out the disease at an upcoming fundraiser.
Bexley City Council
With the Drexel Theatre, 2254 E. Main St., entering the final phase of its $2.5 million renovation, Bexley City Council is scheduled to vote June 14 on tax-increment financing proposal to provide public infrastructure improvements related to the project.
Former United Methodist Children's Home
Despite the April announcement that the owners of Worthington's former United Methodist Children's Home site had decided to move forward with plans for a medical office, city officials still have not seen plans for the facility.
The hits were coming as fast as the rain drops Saturday, May 21, during the opening game of the Buddy Ball League in Grove City.
Dublin-area residents will get a new local publication at their homes next week.
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.
Softball RoundupThe Central Crossing High School softball team won its first district championship since 2012 in convincing fashion.
Tim Thomas repeatedly fielded the question as his Pickerington High School North baseball team drew closer to its first Division I state tournament berth since 2009.
Gana Lopez barely has enough fingers on one hand to count how many parts of her body have felt banged up this season.
Track & Field
Taylor Manivanh remembered last year all too well and set out to make up for that misfortune right away in the Division I regional track and field meet May 27 at Pickerington North.
The Ohio Capital Conference has released its all-league boys lacrosse teams for the 2016 season.
Beer Barrel Pizza & Grill has opened its first central Ohio location.
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.
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.