The Northwest Civic Association will be meeting in January, after all.
A 44-year-old Santana Street woman contacted Columbus police at 2 p.m. Dec. 13 to report being harassed by a man with whom she had ended a personal relationship.
A bicycle cooperative on Columbus' Near East Side not only promotes alternatives to automotive transportation, but also provides affordable access to bikes and the know-how to keep the wheels turning.
Gary Strayer and his dog used to seek out bad guys.
Columbus is extending residential curbside recycling to those who live in condominium and apartment complexes, bringing an estimated 15,000 customers into the program.
Development proposals that drew strident opposition from people living nearby began and are ending 2013 for the Northwest Side.
A flurry of residential development, particularly in the downtown area, topped the news in Columbus in 2013.
Dozens of people, many of them older residents of condominiums off Riverside Drive near West Case Road, turned out for last week's Northwest Civic Association meeting to voice their strident opposition to a proposed apartment complex.
Northwest Columbus resident Nicola Hallstrom was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi at Ohio State University.
Northwest United Methodist Church, 5200 Riverside Drive, will hold a "Blue Christmas" to address the real feelings of hurt, loss and depression at 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 15.
For the second year in a row, the Centennial High School Choir has been invited to perform in the Crypt at the Ohio Statehouse as part of an ongoing series of holiday concerts.
The Ohio Historical Society will celebrate Christmas in two distinct ways this season.
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.
Using walks through the woods as inspiration, Upper Arlington High School students created fused-glass trees adorned with colorful balls of glass as ornaments for the Ohio state tree in the 2013 National Christmas Tree display.
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.
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