Couches have triumphed over computers, sofas over software, for Trent Heer.
The diversity at Centennial High School makes it the ideal place to test allowing students to BYOD.
For the past three years, volunteers for the Light of Salvation mission have visited known homeless campsites in central Ohio every Saturday.
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There's good news and bad news regarding the routine traffic snarls on West Dublin-Granville Road (state Route 161).
The officers for the Northwest Civic Association's board of directors will continue on in their present roles.
Columbus city officials will hit the road in June to seek neighborhood input about infrastructure improvements and gather support for a bond package to appear on the Nov. 5 ballot.
The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Columbus will sponsor a forum May 29 intended to put the focus on children when it comes to the issue of education.
Officials with Keep Columbus Beautiful have formed a partnership with executives from The Andersons storesto conduct a "litter-free event program."
Centennial High School girls track and field coach Rhonda Reese already that knew it was going to be difficult for her team to defend its City League championship after two of its top sprinters from a year ago, Aalyah Slappy and Jenna Herron, chose not to return this spring.
The Watterson High School baseball team was plagued by poor hitting and defensive mistakes for much of the regular season.
Centennial High School boys tennis coach Barb Stevenson admits her players are considered long shots in the Division II sectional tournament Thursday, May 16, and Saturday, May 18, at Columbus School for Girls.
The Watterson High School softball team held a ceremony honoring its eight senior starters before playing Ready in its CCL finale May 1.
Not only has Ben Oatney made a smooth transition going from playing doubles to singles for the Centennial High School boys tennis team this spring, his play has exceeded the expectations of coach Barbara Stevenson.
Dark Star Jubilee (including on-site video at Legend Valley Campgound), Alkaline Trio and more in the latest Fab Five.
The Plate specializes in simple, farm-to-fork cuisine.
You make the decision to do music full time, like Lauren Mann did in 2008, and you're going to have to hit the road.
Orontes d'Antioch is a start-up company that regularly sets up a day booth at the North Market but its Turkish olive oil products and soap now are available online and at several local merchants, including Meza Wine Shop, Hills Market, Weiland's Gourmet Market, Cardone's restaurant and Karavan.
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