More German Village News
Wearing earphones, safety goggles and protective clothing, Mike Trucco tears into the tree burl like a butcher breaking down a side of beef.
Center for New Directions, 20th Women of Promise event, 6 to 8 p.m. April 16, at LBrands, 3 Limited Parkway. This fundraiser for the center will feature live and silent auctions, cocktails and hors d'oeurves. For tickets, go to newdirectionscc.org.
The city of Columbus has filed a lawsuit seeking to overturn Senate Bill 342, which effectively ends the use of red-light cameras.
A St. Patrick's Day prank that turned the Schiller Park pond green has drawn a strong rebuke from the city of Columbus.
Schiller Park is off limits to vendors during this year's Village Valuables event -- German Village officials said it causes too much wear and tear on the park.
German Village continues to prove why we are so much more than a quaint arrangement of historic bricks and mortar.
German Village might not have the highest number of home break-ins of all Columbus.
The city of Columbus has kicked pothole repair into high gear, pledging to patch the craters within three dry-weather days.
Sherri Palmer would like to envision a city that didn't require swarms of volunteers to pick up cigarette butts and litter from the side of roads.
Alan McKnight, director of the Columbus Recreation and Parks Department, is retiring after 38 years of service.
Walnut Hill United Methodist Church, fried chicken and baked ham dinner, 4:30 p.m. March 21, at 975 Rathmell Road. Cost is $8, $3 for children ages 12 and younger. Carryout orders will be available. For more information, call 614-491-8161.
When Sally Levy bought her iPhone 5 in August, she didn't know how to use it.
South Third Street could get a dramatic overhaul that includes such amenities as new bricks sidewalks, lighting and landscaping.
Columbus Metropolitan Library
Preparing for a major overhaul of its main branch, Columbus Metropolitan Library officials have decided to close the facility for the duration of construction.
If you're reading this newspaper as it hits your doorstep Thursday, March 19, plan to be at the German Village Meeting Haus tonight.
Jerry Glick is trying to show residents and police can have a successful relationship.