More German Village News
TEA 43206 was another rousing success, setting another record by raising nearly $29,000 for historic preservation.
Rosie is ready.
Military Veterans Resource Center
It's a new name but the same mission for a Northland-based nonprofit organization that seeks to help veterans find jobs.
Great Placemakers Lab
Kyle Ezell plans to do more than speak: he plans to, ... well ..., plan.
When it comes to marketing, Ed Elberfeld is from the old school.
Despite graduating from a theater program, a pair of Otterbein alumni find themselves starring not on the stage, but in television shows during the fall season.
City officials are reaching out to people looking to start their own small businesses in Columbus.
Maybe you're just starting to hear about the Great Placemakers Lab?
Aug. 29-Sept. 1
For 25 years, Tommy Pappas was content to be a behind-the-scenes guy at the Greek Festival.
A thief made off with a $350 bicycle Aug. 15 from a house in the 300 block of East Whittier Street.
The event at the German Village Guest Haus, 748 Jaeger St., again was hosted by Darci and John Pribble, with money raised going to help fund historic preservation activities in the neighborhood.
It's what some German Village residents have wanted for quite some time: an additional pedestrian crossing on busy Whittier Street.
Nationwide Children's Hospital revealed a new development plan that would put a seven-story, 200,000-square-foot building on the outskirts of German Village.
A German Village man said he was the victim of fraud after misplacing his keys and wallet Aug. 10, Columbus police reported.
German Village Society
The Schiller statue will undergo what some caretakers consider a long-overdue restoration this week.
Franklin County Auditor's Office
The Franklin County Auditor's Office will return $10.5 million to local schools and municipalities after finding savings in the triennial update process.