The Union County Sheriff's Office plans to visit Union County high schools and safety events with a new interactive driving simulator to educate youths about the dangers of distracted driving.
New furniture, additional computer terminals and other technology upgrades will soon be available to Pataskala Public Library patrons.
Weather where you liveThe countdown to autumn is on. The first day of fall is less than a month away, arriving on Wednesday, Sept. 23. Without a doubt this is my favorite season of the year.
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Ohio Wesleyan University's plans call for the eventual demolition of three houses and construction of four new student residences on Rowland Avenue.
Marysville City Council introduced legislation Thursday, Aug. 27, to vacate a 19-acre tract of easement along West Fifth Street for the new Kroger Marketplace location, in exchange for a new easement that could be developed into a leisure trail in the future.
City Administrator Benjamin King said he will ask Pataskala City Council on Sept. 8 to request proposals for designing a new police facility.
If you can't find what you're looking for at the Johnstown Swapper's Day, then it probably doesn't exist.
Police in New York City used the same technology to arrest a Whitehall triple-murder suspect as Virginia State Police used to find the man who fatally shot two journalists on live television Wednesday, Aug. 26, before committing suicide.
Columbia Gas of Ohio
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio’s staff members have recommended to the commission that Columbia Gas be assessed a six-figure fine for its alleged role in a gas explosion that destroyed an Upper Arlington house and damaged numerous others throughout a neighborhood.
Olentangy schools officials last week discussed multiple options to ease crowding at the district's buildings, including the possibility of a fourth high school.
Direct Energy and ThisWeek Community News invite central Ohio residents to recognize and reward the city’s tremendous volunteer spirit with the fourth annual Direct Energy Volunteer Citizen of the Year Award. Nominations will be accepted until Thursday, Sept. 3.
Watkins Memorial RoundupThe Watkins Memorial High School boys and girls cross country teams again are seeking to make a deep run into the postseason.
New Albany RoundupNew Albany High School girls volleyball coach Karen Morlan believes balance has been the key to the Eagles having racked up 34 wins the past two seasons.
An offseason filled with workouts could make a difference for the Johnstown-Monroe High School boys soccer team.
The Northridge High School girls volleyball program might be on the rise.
The Olentangy Liberty High School field hockey team has had a lot of work to do during the offseason after losing nine players to graduation, including Miami University recruits Kendall Hunker and Madelyn Passerella.
Upper Arlington Roundup
Coming off a season in which her team finished 13-4-1 overall, Upper Arlington High School field hockey coach Kelly Roderick hopes that success put the Golden Bears on the radar, both locally and statewide.
Table TalkAfter a four-month construction project, the company is eager to show off the Bethel Road store.
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News and notes on Columbus' arts scene.
Actors' Theatre of Columbus will dust off a timeless classic for its last play of the 2015 season in Schiller Park. The Miser by Moliere will be performed at 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 6, and at the same time every Thursday through Sunday through Sept. 6.