The Wellington School will host 23 teams in the Nature's Fury First Lego League Challenge Saturday, Dec. 14.
It's all but official. Members of the Northland Community Council, gathered for their annual holiday meeting last week, unanimously endorsed an update to a plan intended to guide development and redevelopment within the traditional boundaries of the neighborhood.
By split votes, Northland Community Council development committee members gave their backing to the two variance requests on last week's agenda.
Northland Community Council President Emmanuel V. Remy, offering his year-end report to members at their annual holiday gathering last week, was upbeat about the prospects for the neighborhood.
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.
A Dublin resident reported being robbed at gunpoint in the 4600 block of Tamarack Boulevard at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 4.
Making good on a promise it made a year ago, the Columbus Coalition for a Responsive Government will seek an end to a taxpayer bailout of Nationwide Arena.
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.
A 106-year-old tradition continues Dec. 14, as the Charity Newsies' white-coat brigade hits the streets to raise money for school clothes for central Ohio's children.
If a tree falls in his neighborhood, John Lloyd hears about it.
Columbus police are investigating a shooting at a hotel on East Dublin-Granville Road that wounded a 23-year-old man Nov. 27.
The final luncheon meeting of 2013 for the Northland Area Business Association promises to be an eventful one.
Finding where registered sex offenders live is easy.
A Dec. 16 court date is scheduled for the woman charged with hitting and killing a St. Francis DeSales High School teacher as he rode his bicycle along a rural Delaware County Road.
In an effort to keep up with changing times and changing demographics in the Northland area, members of Church of the Good Shepherd United Methodist have launched a store.
The owners of a dilapidated North Side apartment complex now have until Dec. 31 to fix a series of problems that led city inspectors to order residents to move elsewhere.
Dec 11, 2013 | Currently: 21° Partly Cloudy