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History was made Feb. 22 and 23 at Hilliard Davidson as 234 high school girls competed in the inaugural state girls wrestling tournament. Passion... [Read More]
Walnut Ridge won the City League wrestling championship for the second consecutive season and for the fifth time in six years. The Scots scored... [Read More]
To many in swimming circles, it was unthinkable to consider Dublin Coffman a legitimate Division I state title contender with just six girls. Those... [Read More]
A year after being edged out for a qualifying spot, the Olentangy Berlin gymnastics team has reached the state team meet. The Bears scored... [Read More]
An Upper Arlington police officer died unexpectedly Feb. 22, according to a Facebook post by the Upper Arlington Police Division this morning, Feb. 23. ... [Read More]
"Imagine being there for everyone's worst day, every day. The reward is absolutely knowing you made a difference with each shift." These words from... [Read More]
One expression I have started hearing more recently from my clients is to "go dark" on the days leading up to a big game. ... [Read More]
People who work in journalism often say the profession is rewarding and well worth the hard work it entails. They also may tell you... [Read More]
A proposal that drew a large contingent of Oak Park residents to Dublin City Council's Feb. 10 meeting likely will be on hold for a... [Read More]
Ohio State University is throwing a birthday party, and it will have dinosaurs, music, cartoons and refreshments. The Ohio State Community Open House is... [Read More]
Theo Gorman teaches his students how to fall. The longtime parkour instructor at the Whetstone Community Center in Clintonville said it is a vital... [Read More]
When it comes to the city's tree canopy, Columbus Recreation and Parks Department officials said there is nowhere to go but up -- and out.... [Read More]
The Central Ohio Transit Authority's ridership is the highest in 31 years. Ridership in 2019 totaled 19,141,454, a 1.2% increase from 18,914,789 in 2018,... [Read More]
Some soldiers were willing to do anything for a chance to see Bob Hope, whose thousands of wartime performances at military bases across the globe... [Read More]
Where once Adil Mbondo would run, jump and climb in his Lewis Center home, now he can run, jump and climb right into your living... [Read More]
Columbus Metropolitan Library patrons who don't have internet service at home or who need assistance may stop by any branch to complete their 2020 U.S.... [Read More]
More than $3 million for new buses and $100,000 for teacher and staff recruiting were approved by the Columbus school board Feb. 18. The... [Read More]
Columbus School for Girls junior Nyah Funderburke came into the Division II state swim meet Feb. 21 at Branin Natatorium determined to make a statement.... [Read More]
The Ohio Capital Conference recently released its girls basketball honors for the 2019-20 season. [Read More]
Chefs have been matching fruit and seafood for as long as anyone can remember. [Read More]
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