Dublin

Taxpayers may be unwitting participants in 'experiment'

With the passage of Ordinance 114-14, Dublin City Council has embarked on a grand new experiment in the Bridge Street District.
Worthington

Some standardized tests lack benefit, interfere with teaching

It's that time of year when students will be taking standardized tests.
Columbus

Proposed bikeway route is $250,000 path to nowhere

There is currently a plan to spend up to $250,000 to extend a bike path along state Route 315 to the bottom of Highview Drive.
Whitehall

Mayor: Money spent now will benefit city for years to come

An opinion is an opinion and everyone has one. However, the facts do not support Jacquelyn Thompson's most recent letter to the editor.
New Albany

Governments need transparency to reveal financial performance

It appears that Plain Township officials believe, according to a ThisWeek story from Jan. 15, that "the community supports replacement levies rather than new levies" despite 55 percent of voters rejecting the previous attempt to raise taxes last November.
Whitehall

Developer's generous donation to community well-appreciated

How wonderful to read about the generosity of Wallick Communities toward local charities!
Gahanna

Cell tower at New Life would be eyesore, hurt home values

I recently learned that Verizon Wireless is interested in building a cellphone tower on the property of New Life Church on Stygler Road.
Westerville

Be alert for scammers: They are out to get us

The caller informed me a virus had invaded my computer. I assumed it was a person calling from where I have a contract to take care of my computer.
Westerville

House Bill 5 is another state funding cut for city

It is time to STAND UP and tell our state legislators to reject currently approved Substitute House Bill 5.
Whitehall

Mayor: Money spent now will benefit city for years to come

An opinion is an opinion and everyone has one. However, the facts do not support Jacquelyn Thompson's most recent letter to the editor.