Realtors care about homes.
For the teachers and faculty, old North High School in Columbus was the best and its students were the brightest.
The photo took Betsy Bachtel back years.
Clintonville couple Allison Collins and Justin Rooney have turned their front yard into Como Yarden, an area filled with edible plants of all sorts.
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Columbus will add a left-turn lane at N. High Street and E. North Broadway beginning in August, ending four years of tense debate.
There was never a doubt.
There's still time, but not much.
Although some fundraising still has to be done, the fireworks and other aspects of a longstanding tradition in Clintonville are on relatively firm footing.
The family that sings together clings together.
A senior citizen sustained multiple injuries when he was beaten by a person who broke into his Fuller Road home at 2:30 a.m. June 12, according to Columbus police reports.
Watterson High School baseball coach Scott Manahan believes the 2013 season was a success despite the fact that his team didn't meet all of its goals, including winning CCL and district championships.
Arionna Darling of the Whetstone High School girls track and field team experienced a range of emotions on June 8.
Sophomore Cheyanne Carter wasn't exactly sure how long it had been since the Eastmoor Academy girls track and field team last won a state championship, but she knew it had been awhile.
Watterson High School senior Joe Mankovecky couldn't attend his graduation ceremony June 1 because he was busy competing for the boys track and field team in the Division II regional meet at Welcome Stadium in Dayton.
Miller’s Columbus Ale House is bringing its expansive beer selection and menu to 1201 Olentangy River Road.
Finally! It was spring 2012 when it was announced that One Direction would be touring the U.S. this year, including a June 18 stop at Nationwide Arena. Of course, that also means you have either had tickets (or not) for nearly that long. Maybe some brokers still have them available. Have you been saving your money? Meantime, here’s a full 10 other Fab shows.
Guitar was the first instrument the electronic artist Lights learned to play, so it's not that far-fetched that she'd make acoustic music, or arrange acoustic versions of her electro-pop tunes. In fact, many of her songs start out that way before getting the fully produced treatment that ends up on her records.
Bar Exam columnist Joseph “Jeb” Bernert says the German Village destination reaches soaring heights in mixology.
The new executive chef of Latitude 41 brings Midwest sensibilities and West Coast flair to the menu.
'Wicked' closes it's run next weekend. Watch The Beat's interview with Kim Zimmer, a.k.a. Reva on Guiding Light.
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