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Columbus Duck Race & Run
A central Ohio couple hope the Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital might save their 2-year-old daughter, who has a disease for which no treatment or cure is available.
The Barn at Rocky Fork Creek, a new Cameron Mitchell upscale steak house, is hiring at Rogers Market.
'Real and present danger'
State officials are working to move Bon-Ing Care and Rehabilitation Center residents following violations that put them in "real and present danger."
Recreation versus resources
Gahanna leaders are exploring ways to continue to offer safe pools and enjoyable for residents while planning for a sustainable financial future.
Gahanna police recently responded to a complaint about a juvenile who allegedly was shooting squirrels with a BB gun in a local neighborhood.
The school year appears to be off to a good start for about 7,200 students within the Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools.
Four Gahanna students were the only Ohioans who recently earned Emmy awards through the Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Area residents weighing 400 pounds or more could be transported by Mifflin Township Division of Fire more easily, thanks a new bariatrics cot and equipment that has been placed into service.
The Gahanna Division of Police is seeking the public’s assistance to identify a man who allegedly robbed the Duke & Duchess, 407 Granville St., at 4:30 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 12.
Gahanna City Council is considering legislation that would improve public safety along Mill Street.
GLHS' new principal
Everyone counts. That will be the theme this school year at Gahanna Lincoln High School ...
Classes began Wednesday, Aug. 13, for most Gahanna-Jefferson students
Gahanna police recently warned a man to stop scaling buildings in the Creekside area.
An Ohio native responsible for helping found the Gahanna Woods State Nature Preserve returned home to participate in a heritage tour for her family last week.
Taking advantage of a growing fitness trend, sisters Kristina and Natasha Suszkiw, both Gahanna Lincoln High School graduates, have opened Studio 543 Yoga Inferno in the Brewery District.
The fourth annual Janet Alexander Memorial Golf Tournament and Garden Party is scheduled Friday, Sept. 12, at the Winding Hollow Golf and Event Center, 6140 Babbitt Road in New Albany.