Main Street will go wild Friday, May 24, for a zoo-themed evening complete with exotic animal appearances, a Jack Hanna look-alike contest judged by the local celebrity's manager and a performance by children's music stars the Shazzbots.
I struggle to open the deceptively heavy door and throw myself through the small opening. I stand there for a moment to collect myself before I trudge forward into the unknown. My hands clutch to the straps of my backpack as I brace myself. I walk forward and join the mass of bodies shuffling along the hallway. I've crossed over to the other side -- I'm a freshman in high school.
Air Force Senior Airman Ellen N. Gruesen has been named a Hard Charger Award winner.
In 2007, Tom Lennox, co-founder of Columbus' Pelotonia, had to have one of the most difficult conversations a parent could ever have with his children.
Trinity Lutheran Seminary will host its 29th annual Summer Music Series, "Tuesdays at Trinity," on three consecutive Tuesdays beginning June 4 in the Gloria Dei Worship Center on the Trinity campus, 2199 E. Main St.
The five seniors honored by the Upper Arlington Women's Club this year looked like ordinary high school students -- maybe a bit more dressed up than usual -- but in their humanitarian efforts, they surpassed what most students accomplish in four years of high school.
The redevelopment of Bexley's City Hall site that has been City Council fodder for more than two decades may finally become a reality.
Move over rental bikes -- you've got four-wheel competition.
When Bexley's David H. Madison Community Pool opens this weekend, it will celebrate 50 years.
Bexley City Schools officials say they will be able to extend their promise to stay off the ballot for at least another year following some promising financial news from Treasurer Chris Essman last week.
Bexley Middle School's first Documentary Film Festival: Active Voice will run from 6 to 7:30 p.m. May 20, at the Drexel Theatre, 2254 E. Main St.
Colin Zidar, a 2009 graduate of Bexley High School, has graduated at the top of his ROTC class at Cincinnati's Xavier University with a 3.87 grade point average.
The Bexley Theater Program's elementary production of The Beauty of the Dreaming Wood opens at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 16 in the district's Cassingham Theater, 250 S. Cassingham Road.
Bexley High School has climbed in Newsweek magazine's recent 2013 "America's Best High Schools" list, released earlier this month.
Matt Billingslea, a Maryland native and nationally touring musician who's currently a drummer for Taylor Swift, has called Nashville, Tenn., home for the last eight years, but there hasn't been a day in the last two and a half years that he hasn't thought of Bexley.
Several central Ohio mayors and city managers participated in a May 9 press conference at Columbus City Hall to voice their opposition to a proposed bill that would create a uniform municipal tax code statewide.
Bexley City Council planned to host the first of three planned public meetings Tuesday, May 14, to discuss upgrades to the water and sewer system and the rate increases on residents' bills that will fund them.
Northwest Counseling Services honored 70 northwest-area high school students for their achievements Friday, May 3, during the 22nd annual All Star Salute.
Sam Gedert is just a regular dude with a bachelor pad and lots of stuff he doesn't need.
The members of the Columbus Chamber Singers are stretched, but never stressed.
This year’s winners in The Martys, an editorial contest for Central Ohio’s high school journalists, were announced last week.
Students from Bexley Middle School and Bexley High School earned recognition in the 2013 National Latin Exam given in March under the joint sponsorship of' the American Classical League and the National Junior Classical League.
Dozens of people joined the ranks of amputees April 15 when first one and then another terrorist bomb exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
Pat Howland lives by the motto, "Always choose hope over fear."
Food trucks operating in some of the busiest areas of Columbus will become part of a seven-month pilot program aimed at establishing new rules for the mobile vendors.
Bexley's schools open their doors every day to a myriad of volunteers.
Community centers are places where people gather to learn things and stay healthy.
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