Coffman faculty productionThis year's Dublin Coffman High School Faculty Production is a musical review titled How To Eat Like A Child and Other Lessons in Not Being A Grown-Up.
When COSI kicked off its 50th anniversary celebration in March, part of the event included launching a campaign to reopen the planetarium.
Students from New Albany and other districts are learning how products are made through the New Albany-Plain Local Fab Lab, an MIT fabrication laboratory that opened at the high school this fall.
Weather where you liveWBNS-10TV and the American Red Cross are teaming up to keep you and your family safe as winter weather approaches. "Project Prepare" is a multi-year educational initiative to help Central Ohio plan for severe weather and other natural disasters.
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Franklin County Sheriff Zach Scott says he will be running for the mayor of Columbus.
Gahanna-Jefferson educators recently addressed the Education Committee of the Ohio House of Representatives, challenging them to make sure school is a place for learning and not just testing.
A Grove City soldier was killed in Afghanistan.
The developers of a planned Powell apartment complex have made good on their promise to sue to overturn a city charter amendment aimed at blocking multifamily housing developments.
A soldier's car is stolen, while he's deployed in Iraq. His family in Columbus is irate and wants to catch whoever is responsible.
Franklin County Children Services is seeking to make a brighter Christmas for local youngsters.
Upper Arlington's police dispatchers have a new contract in place that spells out raises ranging from 2 percent to 2.75 percent over three years.
Volunteer Citizen of the Year
An Upper Arlington man who founded a nonprofit motorsports organization to give renewed purpose to military veterans last week was named the 2014 Columbus Volunteer Citizen of the Year.
While Uptown Westerville and its small shops and businesses are often a focal point of the local community, the national Small Business Saturday on Nov. 29 has local merchants hoping for a boost in both profits and awareness.
The final chapter has yet to be written in the drama surrounding Capital University's plan to add light poles and a new sound system to its Bernlohr Stadium.
Girls BasketballA year ago, the two teams that represented central Ohio at the state girls basketball tournament were eventual Division III state champion Africentric and first-time Division I state qualifier Dublin Coffman.
Athletes of the YearAs the fall season winds down, it’s time to announce our Athletes of the Year.
2014 Super 25 Football TeamIt's an hour before practice, and Gunnar Hoak already is on the field.
Football - Division II State Semifinal
The Olentangy High School football team had just won its first regional championship, and despite some smiles, high-fives and celebratory dancing in the locker room Nov. 21 at Westerville Central, at least one player did his best to downplay history.
Football - Division V State Semifinal
As he held the regional championship trophy, Hartley High School senior football player Cavell Bennett tried to savor the moment.
The Hilliard Bradley High School girls basketball team has its sights set on winning its second district championship.
The Central Crossing High School girls basketball team plans to be better than its 5-18 record of a season ago.
Table TalkThe latest farm-to-plate restaurant takes over the former Talita’s location at 2700 N. High St.
Annual holiday entertainment line-up and a little poetry, of course!
Welcome to the Nov. 27 edition of the Fab Five.
Attention high school bands: The third annual Instaband contest, sponsored by Groove U is coming up. The competition will be held over a few weekends in February 2015 -- live shows to determine central Ohio's top band composed of high school musicians. Twenty bands will be selected to participate.
The Columbus Symphony is accepting nominations for its annual Music Educator Awards, honoring individuals who make a difference in the community through their dedication to music education and their efforts to promote a greater understanding of and appreciation for music education.
The Martin Janis Center at the Ohio State Fairgrounds will host "4 Shades of Elvis," a tribute to the music of Elvis Presley, Saturday, Nov. 22.