More than 3 million lights are illuminating the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium for its annual Wildlights display, celebrating its 25th season through Jan. 5.
The definition of Christmas will be very much up to individual audience members at the Village Singers' 12th annual holiday performance.
The Columbus Recreation and Parks Department has launched a master-planning process for facilities and services throughout the city.
Among it's definitions for "charity," Webster's Dictionary includes "a gift for public benevolent purposes."
Officials with Cancer Support Community Central Ohio hope a new location will increase awareness of the nonprofit organization's focus on support, education and hope as important components to treating people with the disease.
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.
Finding where registered sex offenders live is easy.
Prairie Township trustees and other dignitaries broke ground Sept. 21 for a new community recreation center that will be built at West Broad Street and Rockbrook Crossing.
Nathan Hurd said he can't help but wonder what if.
A project founded on a kitchen table in 2006 to provide care packages to soldiers serving abroad received a $5,000 boost last week.
For Mark Sigrist, running is almost his heart medicine.
The South-Western City School District Board of Education voted Monday, Nov. 18, to enter into a new three-year contract with district teachers and other staff represented by the South-Western Education Association.
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.
Southwest Public Libraries is calling upon Congress to help ensure patrons can access e-books.
Two Ohio State University students with ties to the military have set out to establish an endowment at their alma mater to honor fallen and disabled military service members while providing their children and siblings scholarship assistance.
Two days after three well-funded Columbus City Council incumbents won re-election, a group of residents called for campaign finance reform.
The central and southeast areas of Ohio have grown so significantly that by the second quarter of 2015, the 740 area code no longer may be able to serve all residents and businesses in need of a phone number.
For his Eagle Scout project, Brandon Weber started with an idea just over a year ago.
State Rep. Mike Duffey (R-Worthington) has introduced a series of bills designed to make it easier to find and understand data about local and state government.
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