A request for a temporary restraining order sought by the Columbus City Attorney's Office detailed many reasons why the city's police department and other officials closed the Columbus Inn and Suites on Zumstein Drive last week.
Emmanuel V. Remy, president of the Northland Community Council, was among those scheduled to testify last week before an Ohio Senate committee on behalf of a bipartisan measure that would implement some recommendations of the Columbus Education Commission.
In the wake of last week's closing of a crime-plagued motel on Zumstein Drive, the Northland Community Council's executive board issued a statement supporting the action and calling for the president of the community's business association to step down.
It's back. The Northland International Community Festival and Health Fair has a new name, a new coordinator, a new time and a new date, but the same purpose: "Celebrating the cultural diversity of Northland."
The Irish punk folk rock band The McIans has a fiddle player.
Using a short stretch of Myrtle Avenue in the Linden area as a microcosm for the difficulties government faces in addressing the problem of abandoned and foreclosed houses, City Attorney Richard C. Pfeiffer Jr. last week outlined efforts aimed at making such properties more attractive to the private sector.
A Forest Village Court man said he was shot during an attempted robbery at his residence at 9:17 p.m. June 15.
Girls with their American Girl dolls in tow already are planning trips to Easton Town Center in anticipation of the Saturday, June 22, opening of the first American Girl store in Ohio.
High above central Ohio, Jeff Granger maneuvers his small plane in loops and barrel rolls, flying vertically toward the clouds then toward the ground.
Carla Hale will file for binding arbitration with the Catholic Diocese of Columbus in seeking to win back the job she lost as a teacher when it came to light she is in a same-sex relationship.
Columbus Public Health officials are calling on residents to help control mosquitoes and fight the spread of the West Nile virus.
Every major intersection on Morse Road between Interstate 71 and Northtowne Boulevard is on the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission's list again as it released this year's list of the 40 most dangerous spots.
A fire at one of the buildings in the Summit Park Apartments last August has forced dozens of refugee and immigrant families to move.
The family that sings together clings together. Linda Wilson, Joyce Fetherolf , Barb Lowe, sistes, live in ,forest park, sing together, Sweet Adelines ,International ,musical group, singing at, international festival, Northland sisters,
This year's version of a festival to embrace the Northland community's ever-growing diversity is shorter by a day and earlier by nearly two months from the inaugural event.
Two Woodgate Court residents said they were assaulted at 4:48 p.m. June 3 by two other men after complaining about the frequency with which one of the attackers' car alarm goes off.
A 2.9-acre property on North Hamilton Road that was once proposed as a Turkey Hill Minit Market location could instead become the site of a sit-down chain restaurant along the lines of Logan's Roadhouse.
Cousins by the dozens, oodles of aunts, umpteen uncles and numerous nieces and nephews will be visiting Northland resident Arlana Rawls June 28-30.
The next Northland Community Cleanup Day along a stretch of East Dublin-Granville Road is set for Saturday, June 15.
For the teachers and faculty, old North High School in Columbus was the best and its students were the brightest.
Because of the Boston Marathon bombings, Red White & Boom! will have a beefed-up security detail.
Red Fern Drive was no place to park a car overnight on May 31.
Although the owners and an employee of a nearby trophy store still said they fear for their safety, Northland Community Council development committee members last week gave their stamp of approval to a rezoning request that will permit a Family Dollar store to be built at 3224 Morse Road.
Central Ohio roads are getting safer, but the most dangerous intersection in the area still logged 233 crashes over the past three years.
Evidently, they pleased the court.
Give a typical 10-year-old a zucchini and the child is likely to say, "What?"
Beginning July 1, Ohio will join a handful of states requiring convicted arsonists to register their addresses with county sheriffs.
Oh, the SpaghettiOs.
The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission is seeking public feedback on eight projects for which it is requesting almost $200 million from the Ohio Department of Transportation.
Volunteer a few hours and enjoy an entire weekend of blues and jazz for free.
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