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The OHSAA announced its regional postseason alignments for football Sept. 18, adding a clearer focus to this most unusual season. That came less than... [Read More]
The manager of a store on the 2800 block of North High Street told Columbus police a man stole a bottle of rum at 10:39... [Read More]
Game of the Week... [Read More]
The Delaware Police Department reported a resident of the first block of Lexington Boulevard was mowing her yard when someone opened the garage door and... [Read More]
The co-owner of a business on the 4000 block of Hoover Road reported Sept. 8 a total of $26,964 in cash had been stolen from... [Read More]
Grandview police said a resident on the 1300 block of Glenn Avenue reported Sept. 15 a basketball hoop was stolen from the alley area to... [Read More]
Final scores and recaps for central Ohio high school football teams' 2020 Week 4 games... [Read More]
The city of Westerville has released a 9-1-1 call received Sept. 16 regarding a body that was discovered in a wooded area off County Line... [Read More]
Almost everything fell into place for Scott Hennen in Week 3, as he led the ThisWeekSPORTS.com Predictions Panel with a 14-1 run and won his... [Read More]
They say the pen is mightier than the sword, and 20 Grandview Heights High School students put that adage to the test earlier this month.... [Read More]
More than 100 townhomes are planned for a new development on the east side of Taylor Road SW. After receiving approval from both the... [Read More]
This summer, New Albany Youth Theatre was supposed to produce "Aladdin Jr." at the Jeanne B. McCoy Community Center for the Arts. Instead, because... [Read More]
New Albany's hotels continue to feel the effect of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Managers at two hotels say business has been increasing recently, but... [Read More]
A member of our Hilliard education community recently asked me, "Why does Hilliard always need to be first? Why do we always need to be... [Read More]
Those who don't get enough adrenaline from watching the World Series of Poker on ESPN can up the ante at the Deep Stack Poker and... [Read More]
It's back to the classroom soon for students in Worthington Schools. Students, based on whether they are in the green or blue group, are... [Read More]
The Groveport Madison and Canal Winchester school districts continue to adjust their teaching plans as they monitor available data about the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic in... [Read More]
The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has put a damper on fundraising efforts this school year, but an event that raises $20,000 annually for Jones Middle School... [Read More]
German Village is losing one of its most influential artists -- a painter, photographer and contributor to the Miniature Garden in Schiller Park. Carol... [Read More]
Liberty Township has been awarded a $1.95 million Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The... [Read More]
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