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Delaware city officials are asking for the community's support in creating a new memorial to honor veterans.
Pataskala's Memorial Day celebration begins at 11 a.m. Monday, May, 27, at the local cemetery and concludes at the Mead-Needham Museum, which will celebrate its grand opening.
Ken Rodgers is a fixture at the Memorial Tournament, holding nearly every volunteer job in his 12 years helping out.
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Police officers in Sunbury soon could be using state-of-the-art miniature video cameras to record everything from traffic stops to the handling of criminal complaints such as domestic violence calls.
A proposed 50-50 cost-sharing agreement for a portion of the planned Sawmill Parkway extension was met with some skepticism by Delaware City Council last week.
A new five-year financial forecast approved by the Marysville Board of Education May 16 shows what a difference one levy can have on a district budget.
The Southwest Licking school board on May 16 voted 4-0, with Cindy Zaino absent, to allow the Watkins Memorial High School Athletic Association to go forward with its artificial-turf project for the football field and practice field.
The historic U.S. Route 40 highway should have plenty of roadside treasures on the the 32-mile stretch from Reynoldsburg to Gratiot during the National Road Yard Sale on Friday, May 31, and Saturday, June 1.
Concern over high sewer and water rates has prompted some residents of Prairie Township to plan a community meeting in the hope of facilitating discussions with Franklin County officials.
Last week’s shootout near the intersection of North High Street and North Broadway that left a murder suspect and his girlfriend dead and two police officers injured is probably unprecedented in the history of Clintonville, says Mary Rodgers.
Dublin is in talks with JPMorgan Chase to bring 500 new jobs to the city.
A Franklin County Common Pleas Court jury ruled last week that the city of Westerville must pay $1.3 million for the 0.205 acre in front of US Bank, 833 S. State St., that it seized for its South State Street improvements.
The historic Orange Road Bridge likely will be saved, but not in its original location spanning the Olentangy River.
It has not been unusual for Columbus Academy girls lacrosse player Courtney Deena to hear an opposing coach shout things like "shut her down" the last few years, although those phrases usually were said in vain.
Calling Travis Napper of the Olentangy Orange High School boys track and field team a pioneer would, given the school's nickname, simultaneously be a pun and the truth.
Since falling in love with hockey at age 6, Logan Davis largely has dedicated the last 12 years to pursuing a career in the sport.
Not having its best defender all season hasn't dampened the spirit of one of the state's newest high school boys lacrosse programs.
The push for a bylaw revision regarding how schools are placed into tournament divisions — also known as competitive balance — has failed for the third consecutive year.
Brian Thomas made his mark in his return to the Hilliard Davidson High School boys lacrosse team.
Olentangy High School softball coach Alan Tharp never lost confidence in his team when it lost seven of its first 12 games.
Warmer weather finally has arrived in central Ohio, signaling that graduation parties and vacations will be coming soon, as will summer basketball conditioning and the 2013 football season for high school athletes.
With Les Miserables being The Beat's favorite piece of musical theater, you can bet we saw the film this past winter. We BeatBlogged about it a couple of times, but since this piece is about the touring production, we'll leave the movie be.
Q&A with singer-songwriter Chris Trapper and a video feature on his opening act, local musician Jared Mahone.
Joe and Tia Stropkai will open O’Nelly’s May 17 on South Old State Road.
Kevin and Lori Ames have opened their flagship restaurant in the former Hagen’s storefront.
Just another day for Laurie Berkner: play music, learn how to make spreadsheets, try on dresses ...
Marita King will talk the basics May 20 at the Meeting Haus, 588 S. Third St.
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