The Ohio Historical Society will celebrate Christmas in two distinct ways this season.
The Graham School's Parent-Guardian Community (PGC) will host a holiday bazaar from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 13 at the school, 3950 Indianola Ave, Columbus.
A 106-year-old tradition continues Saturday, Dec. 14, as the Charity Newsies' white-coat brigade hits the streets to raise money for school clothes for central Ohio's children.
Woodward Park Middle School has been part of Lois Dosky's life since long before she was a student at what was then Woodward Park Junior High.
Franklin County commissioners moved on a plan last week that would not only raze and then rebuild Veterans Memorial in Columbus, but also begin what they said would be a revitalization of the Scioto Peninsula.
After the Rev. James Freshour, a retired United Methodist Church minister, completed a children's book centering on the Christmas star, the Clintonville resident needed someone to illustrate it.
Four groups have joined forces to form a new organization with a goal of creating a walking path from Glen Echo Park to the Olentangy River.
Members of the Clintonville Area Commission's planning and development committee will use information obtained at a "very successful" open house last week to develop recommendations for improving mobility in the neighborhood, said Daniel B. Miller, chairman of the commission.
Huntington Bank, 3350 Indianola Ave., was robbed at 10:25 a.m. Dec. 4, according to Columbus police reports.
A senior citizen reported a man tried to abduct her at 2:33 p.m. Nov. 30 in the parking lot of Indianola Plaza.
The phrase "one day only!" is often shouted from TV screens and plastered on store windows. Now, the Clintonville Historical Society is trying it out on a museum.
Finding where registered sex offenders live is easy.
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.
Mozart's annual holiday gala to support the Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center, scheduled for Monday, Dec. 9, is promising to be bigger and better than ever.
We have much to be thankful for this year at the Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center.
The sparks of Catherine "Catie" Gullett's fascination with ancient history came from several different directions.
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