The final luncheon meeting of 2013 for the Northland Area Business Association promises to be an eventful one.
Finding where registered sex offenders live is easy.
Columbus police are investigating a shooting at a hotel on East Dublin-Granville Road that wounded a 23-year-old man Nov. 27.
A Dec. 16 court date is scheduled for the woman charged with hitting and killing a St. Francis DeSales High School teacher as he rode his bicycle along a rural Delaware County Road.
In an effort to keep up with changing times and changing demographics in the Northland area, members of Church of the Good Shepherd United Methodist have launched a store.
If a tree falls in his neighborhood, John Lloyd hears about it.
Three local Buffalo Wild Wings franchises -- one of which was at one time the highest-grossing store in the national chain -- have been sold to an out-of-town investor.
The owners of a dilapidated North Side apartment complex now have until Dec. 31 to fix a series of problems that led city inspectors to order residents to move elsewhere.
The Columbus Division of Police resource officer at Beechcroft High School, 6100 Beechcroft Road, reported being the victim of an assault at 10:50 a.m. Nov. 20 while attempting to make an arrest.
A project founded on a kitchen table in 2006 to provide care packages to soldiers serving abroad received a $5,000 boost last week.
It's a sobering statistic that has caused local officials to mobilize into action: Every week, three Columbus families are burying a child who died before his or her first birthday.
Knights of Columbus Council #11193, of St. Elizabeth Catholic Church, has earned the distinction of Star Council, one of the organization's top awards, for the 2012-2013 fraternal year.
Sarah Richards, a 17-year-old junior at St. Francis DeSales High School, is starting a tradition she expects her two younger sisters to carry on.
A holiday tradition will continue this year when the Northland Community Council development committee's November and December meetings are combined.
The central and southeast areas of Ohio have grown so significantly that by mid-2014, the 740 area code no longer may be able to serve all residents and businesses in need of a phone number.
A robbery was reported at a Tamarack Boulevard apartment building at 12:20 a.m. Nov. 14. The victim said he was attacked in the vestibule of the complex by five people he didn't know, and was robbed of a $500 cell phone. The man was transported to Mount Carmel St. Ann's Hospital for treatment of knee and head injuries.
Many U.S. soldiers in Kuwait will celebrate Christmas this year with more than 100 trees donated by the Ohio Christmas Tree Association.
Northland High School teacher Elaine Blakely was able to be a conduit last week between students in the school's International Club and a "free store" operated by Church of the Good Shepherd United Methodist.
Handmade art and original paintings and photography from more than 400 American artists will be featured next month at the Ohio Designer Craftsmen's 37th annual Winterfair.
A 26-year-old Fremont resident said he was set upon for no reason by a group of more than a dozen individuals Nov. 10 at 1:45 a.m. while walking in the parking lot of an East Dublin-Granville Road motel.
Local Matters, the nonprofit organization founded five years ago to prove to central Ohioans that local does matter when it comes to food, will have a new leader in the new year.
The Northland Community Council has delayed signing off on an update to the plan governing development and redevelopment within the traditional boundaries of the neighborhood.
In a wide-ranging discussion at last week's Northland Community Council meeting, members explored ways to increase involvement in the umbrella organization and in the civic associations it represents.
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