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Supporters and critics of Issue 6 are making their final arguments as the May 6 ballot nears.
Three pizza delivery drivers recently reported to Columbus Division of Police officers they have been robbed while making deliveries.
The 20th edition of a science fair that holds special needs students in Columbus City Schools to the same standards as their peers is set for Friday, April 25.
Septic tanks not allowed
Many Columbus property owners with septic tanks are facing thousands of dollars in fees and construction costs for being required to tap into the city's sanitary sewer lines.
The city of Columbus will move its rat-control efforts to North Linden.
Run for Living Water 5K
A group of central Ohio students will host a "fun run" this spring to raise money to provide clean drinking water in one of the world's largest countries.
May 28 at Hyatt Regency
Former Ohio State and NFL great Eddie George will be the featured speaker at a luncheon next month geared toward debunking stigmas related to mental health issues.
Columbus Mayor Michael B. Coleman and city council have convened a Charter Review Commission to take a fresh look at the 100-year-old charter document.
Distractions are everywhere.
Cycling in Columbus
Columbus' investment in new amenities for bicyclists includes a public survey meant to make the city a more bike-friendly community.
What does it take to add new direct routes to other airports?
A restaurant in the 2000 block of West Henderson Road reported to Columbus police a robbery at 1:37 p.m. April 10.
Franklin County Ballot
Tom Stalf is adamant: Issue 6 is not about a downtown zoo.
A New Albany woman, community activist and breast cancer survivor who works to bring comfort and cures to others fighting various forms of the disease, is the 2014 Stefanie's Champion of Hope.