As Ohio transplants raised in southern California, we're often asked if we like it here.
Did a majority of taxpayers in New Albany vote to commit taxpayers' funds to a dog park?
I write in opposition to Issue 6, the Columbus Zoo levy. As much as I love furry little animals, Franklin County does not need a $165-million taxpayer funded Downtown zoo.
There is much to question regarding the levy for the Columbus Zoo on the ballot May 6.
Among things that parents teach their children is the difference between 'need' and 'want.'
Perhaps residents are aware that Perry Township trustees want them to vote for a new tax zone, a JEDZ that they have quietly formed by legal maneuvering with Worthington over the past year.
One important voice in the published discussions about the future use of the UMCH property is missing: the property owner's.
It is with tremendous appreciation that we recognize all of those who made Evening Street Elementary School's third annual Casino Night a tremendous success.
Since July of last year, the Pit Bulls for Reynoldsburg group has attempted to tie up city council with their request to change the city code to allow pit bulls.
Mayor Maggard has given her State of the City speech, and while there were laudatory examples of the city's direction and health, I couldn't help but feel while listening to her that no matter how many rose bushes she plants in Whitehall, their sweet smell will never be enough to cover the underlying stench of amoral ethical behavior she's contributed to this city in her capacity as public servant.
Recent stories about new developments both on the Glenmont property and on Trueman Boulevard seem to conflict with any sense of vision about Hilliard's future.
When I first learned that we would be voting in May to renew the Columbus Zoo's property-tax levy, I thought, OK, I'll do that.
To Hilliard, from Warwick, England
I just wanted to drop a quick line to show my appreciation of the Hilliard Darby choir currently touring the United Kingdom.
The spirited exhibition basketball game known as the the Battle of Worthington, sponsored by Worthington City Schools and Leadership Worthington alumni, held its 15th annual game March 12 at Thomas Worthington High School.
I am writing in support of the upcoming Issue 20 on the May 6 ballot. This important issue continues the support that Brown Township residents have enjoyed from the Norwich Township Fire Department.
We cannot thank the Clintonville community enough for its tremendous support since my ALS diagnosis in 2010.