More Northwest News
The Central Ohio Transit Authority is making it easier -- and free -- for downtown residents, workers and tourists to visit attractions within the central city.
Haberdashery is "following in the footsteps of food trucks," according to Nate DeMars.
A 29-year-old woman reported to Columbus police someone is using her name and that of her mother's to solicit information about assisted living facilities.
St. Patrick's Day
After more than two decades, the Shamrock Club of Columbus will celebrate its last Irish Family Reunion at Veterans Memorial Auditorium.
Volunteer UA Expo
The city of Upper Arlington and several community partners are seeking nonprofit exhibitors for an annual event that links organizations with volunteers.
Studs Terkel's classic 1974 book Working: People Talk About What They Do All Day and How They Feel About What They Do became the seemingly unlikely source for a musical a scant four years later.
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.
Susan Murnane was among the recycling faithful at her Bethel Village condominium complex.
Columbus Diaper Bank
Two central Ohio women, one of whom has never changed a diaper in her life and the other with a 7-month old positively burning through the things, were each moved by separate media reports about how hard it is for low-income mothers to pay for diapers.
Arnold Sports Festival
The Arnold Sports Festival will flex its economic muscles today through Sunday, Feb. 27 through March 2.
Riverside Drive complex
Members of the Columbus Development Commission voted 4-1 last week in favor of a rezoning to allow a 152-unit apartment complex at 5450 Riverside Drive.
Northwest Civic Association trustees are seeking nominations for this year's award honoring volunteers in the community.
Centennial High School
Something about men dressed up as women causes people to buy Tupperware. Lots and lots of Tupperware.