The annual event was moved from the city’s community center last week due to HVAC problems there.
Franklin County commissioners moved on a plan last week that would not only raze and then rebuild Veterans Memorial in Columbus, but also begin what they said would be a revitalization of the Scioto Peninsula.
Many U.S. soldiers in Kuwait will celebrate Christmas this year with more than 100 trees donated by the Ohio Christmas Tree Association.
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More than a third of Whitehall's third-graders failed the state reading test this fall, which means they could be held back if they don't improve their scores.
In 2013, many of the top stories in Whitehall were as much about what didn't occur as what did.
A bicycle cooperative on Columbus' Near East Side not only promotes alternatives to automotive transportation, but also provides affordable access to bikes and the know-how to keep the wheels turning.
The New Albany Symphony Orchestra's Holiday Spectacular on Saturday, Dec. 22, will feature a variety of music, dance and narration in celebration of the holiday season.
After the Rev. James Freshour, a retired United Methodist Church minister, completed a children's book centering on the Christmas star, the Clintonville resident needed someone to illustrate it.
Having food delivered to your home is nothing new.
An assault was reported at 4:10 p.m. Dec. 6 at Walmart, 3657 E. Main St. No arrests were immediately made, according to Whitehall police reports.
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