VIDEOThe largest Green Energy Ohio event showcasing “green” initiatives at homes, businesses, farms and a metro park will takes place this week.
In this three-week series, ThisWeek Community News talks to law enforcement, school officials, treatment professionals and addicts about the extremely addictive drug and what can be done to solve the problem. Week two looks at how widespread the epidemic is in our communities from law enforcement's point of view.
Lisa Daris went from publishing to paddling. Actually, the Mount Air resident has been kayaking central Ohio waterways for the past decade, so when she got laid off from McGraw Hill, she decided to turn an avocation into a vocation.
Friends of Schiller ParkThe guys will sip bourbon, nosh on flavorful bites, puff on cigars, tap their toes to music and bid on items in a silent auction.
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Powell residents will get to vote on the creation of a commission charged with guiding the revision of the city’s comprehensive plan after the Ohio Supreme Court reversed its previous decision this week.
A new Giant Eagle grocery store to be built on East Main Street cleared another hurdle as the Bexley Planning Commission unanimously approved Continental Real Estate's site plan for a two-story, 30,000-square-foot Giant Eagle Market District Express.
One member of the Clintonville Area Commission hopes Columbus will follow Chicago's lead when it comes to plastic bags.
While striking Reynoldsburg teachers mull the latest contract proposal from the district, parents are chafing at new rules barring them from school parking lots and worrying about student safety under Huffmaster substitutes.
Marysville school officials are working on a redistricting plan to balance elementary school enrollment and address overlaps in transportation.
In preparation for an Oct. 2 special meeting to discuss options for new construction, Southwest Licking school board President Don Huber presented three plans during the Sept. 18 board meeting.
Work on two roads that will be part of the Bridge Street District network is underway.
DeSales RoundupThey call themselves "the Brownciales."
When his team played host to Upper Arlington on Sept. 12, Gahanna Lincoln High School football player Jenisys Battle experienced how much of a difference there is between catching a punt in the backyard or while playing a video game, and catching one when thousands of fans are watching in a close game.
A schism, albeit one that was barely acknowledged, existed during the Division I high school girls tennis district tournament draw Sept. 21 at Gahanna.
Before beginning the postseason, the high school girls golf programs in Hilliard, Olentangy and Westerville competed in events against their respective sister schools.
In an effort to motivate his team, Watterson High School boys golf coach Olin Melaragno promised his players that he would shave off his beard if they won a Division II sectional title.
The 49th annual event will be held Sept. 26-28 at the Ohio Expo Center/Ohio State Fairgrounds, 717 E. 17th Ave.
If you combined Opera Columbus, BalletMet Columbus and the Columbus Symphony Orchestra all in the same program -- and on stage simultaneously -- things could get pretty twisted.
Hyde Park Restaurant Group’s splashy new seafood restaurant is slated to open Oct. 2 in the Short North.