Almost all Hayes Intermediate School students were doing laps around the gym Friday, May 10.
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.
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.
Thirteen people have been arrested and indicted as part of a prescription-drug trafficking ring, including three residents of the Grove City area.
Three Galloway Ridge Intermediate School sixth-graders have been named to the Ohio AAA Auto Club 2012-2013 School Safety Patrol Hall of Fame.
Ohio State University was ineligible to go to a college football bowl game following last year's undefeated season, but this past week the major "bowl game" of college aviation came to OSU.
The South-Western City School District remains "materially on target" for the revenue and expenditure projections included in the five-year forecast approved last October, Treasurer Hugh Garside told Board of Education members Monday night, May 6.
The addition of the Columbus Metropolitan, Worthington and Southwest Public libraries to the Central Library Consortium will mean a disruption to library computer systems later this month as the new consortium members transition to the new catalog.
Sixteen high school students from Heidenheim, Germany are visiting Grove City High School this month.
The Columbus Recreation and Parks Department hopes to expand the reach of its summer lunch program to help serve more hungry kids throughout central Ohio.
It's time to play ball in Grove City, and last weekend, the community turned out to inaugurate the season.
Prairie Township trustees approved a schematic design for a 38,000-square-foot recreation center that will include an aquatics center, gym, community space, a catering kitchen and an indoor track.
Two South-Western high school students have earned medals in the 2013 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards and have been invited to attend a ceremony May 31 at Carnegie Hall.
Freshmen students in the South-Western City School District received a reality check last week.
Westerville police last week arrested six Columbus residents for stealing the credit card numbers from customers of local businesses.
Approaching capacity at its current location, the Charitable Pharmacy of Central Ohio will expand to nearby Franklinton.
The DCW Elite Dance Team received a rating of "Platinum" at the StarQuest Regional Talent Competition held April 5 at the Aladdin Shrine Center.
The South-Western Board of Education unanimously approved hiring three people to fill administrative positions within the district, but two of the appointees are familiar faces.
North Franklin Elementary Principal Elaine Lawless has been doubly honored for her outstanding service.
The Westland Area Commission (WAC) said farewell to one of its members last week as it prepares for elections May 4.
Brad Shimp likes to joke that great things happen after he leaves a job.
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