More German Village News
More than $350 worth of merchandise was reported stolen from a car parked in the 800 block of City Park Avenue.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority is making it easier -- and free -- for downtown residents, workers and tourists to visit attractions within the central city.
Do you get excited when you drive down Third Street and see all of the ways Downtown is growing toward German Village?
St. Patrick's Day
After more than two decades, the Shamrock Club of Columbus will celebrate its last Irish Family Reunion at Veterans Memorial.
The Restoration Road Show will make its debut in German Village.
Every Monday morning artist Bryan Grey has to wash away another masterpiece with soap and water.
The Columbus All-City Orchestra will present a free, public concert at 7 p.m. Sunday, March 2, at Mees Auditorium, Capital University.
The Columbus Metropolitan Library is offering assistance to thousands of area elementary school students who might need help passing the Ohio reading proficiency tests this spring.
Everyone loves German Village.
A group of college students is out to show just where -- and when -- parking is available in German Village.
A one-month anniversary isn't something that often receives plaudits, but for a German Village organization, it's a milestone worth celebrating.
Susan Murnane was among the recycling faithful at her Bethel Village condominium complex.
Arnold Sports Festival
The Arnold Sports Festival will flex its economic muscles today through Sunday, Feb. 27 through March 2.
New German Village Society Board of Trustees President Jeanne Likins and I have just finished a series of what we've called "passion" conversations.
Proposed school closings
Columbus City Schools Board of Education President Gary Baker III said he wanted to hear from the public on proposed school closures.
The Columbus chapter of the American Institute of Architects, (AIA Columbus), has announced its officers and board of directors for the 2014 program year.