Dublin Irish FestivalThe Dublin Irish Festival will fill Coffman Park offering music, dancing, culture and other Emerald Isle activities Friday through Sunday, Aug. 1-3.
Eddie eats it up.
VIDEOPilot Dogs, a central Ohio nonprofit, has been serving the blind community for more than 60 years by providing guide dogs.
Northridge Intermediate School fourth-grader Brayden Donohue is participating at the Ohio State Fair for the first time this year, exhibiting rabbits Ollie and Mo.
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The Franklin County Sheriff's Office spent about 60 percent less on personnel costs in staffing the 2014 Franklin County Fair than it did in 2013, according to Chief Deputy Jim Gilbert.
State reading mandate
A total of 119 South-Western students have yet to reach the benchmark set by the state's Third-Grade Reading Guarantee and will not officially be moving on to fourth grade when the new school year begins Sept. 2.
New Albany-Plain Local levies
The New Albany-Plain Local school board on July 28 unanimously approved a resolution of necessity to put a permanent 6.9-mill operating levy and a permanent 2-mill permanent-improvements levy on the Nov. 4 ballot.
A dispute between next-door neighbors has led Grove City to draft legislation regulating beekeeping.
When the owners of the Olympic Swim Club announced in early April that the private pool would close after the 2014 season, some residents expressed concern about losing a community asset, while others worried about what would take its place at 3450 Indianola Ave.
The New Albany Planning Commission on July 21 voted 3-0 to make a positive recommendation to New Albany City Council regarding a zoning change for a subdivision to be built between Bevelhymer Road and the Upper Clarenton subdivision, north of Camden Drive.
Popular online retailer Zulily is planning to add about 900 jobs in central Ohio as part of new tax credit deal from the state.
Pataskala City Councilwoman Pat Sagar Monday, July 21, responded to questions submitted in writing by Carl Roshong, one of the residents who initiated an Aug. 19 recall election of Sagar.
A surprise citizens initiative petition from Johnstown residents may force the Village Council to place a charter amendment on the November ballot to allow village employees to collectively bargain in 2015.
All-Time ThisWeek Basketball TeamAmong the boys coaches on the "All-Time ThisWeek Basketball Team," three who made the top 10 and five who made honorable mention had tenures of 20 years or longer.
Mary Wells' bowling achievements have enabled her to travel the world.
Eating at a White Castle was just one of several wish-list events Ryan Hicks was able to check off after traveling from his hometown of Sacramento, Calif., to central Ohio.
The Pickerington Post 283 American Legion baseball team defeated Athens Post 29 11-2 on July 22 to capture its fourth consecutive District 8 championship.
Track & Field
Armand Austin and Jordan Rispress had different vantage points when they competed for the Ohio State men's track and field team at the NCAA Division I outdoor championships.
Table TalkKrispy Krunchy Chicken, a new quick-serve eatery, has opened at North Broadway and Interstate 71.
Cornmeal, Caravan of Thieves, The Iguanas, Eric Johnson and Sarah Clanton Schaffer round out this week's Fab Five.
Dublin Irish Festival
Fiddler Winifred Horan, a founding member of Irish-American band Solas, never considered the possibility the band would be around for 15 years.
PromoWest Productions and the Greater Columbus Arts Council have announced the four artists selected as winners in the 30th Anniversary Exhibition, marking PromoWest's 30th anniversary.
The opening show in CATCO's 30th anniversary season is one long con.