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Olentangy Berlin High School's industrial-technology department offers nine classes to students. Teacher Jim Cornett said many students take all nine, beginning with CAD 1,... [Read More]
Dan Grumbling decided it was time. About two weeks ago, Grumbling reopened his clock-repair shop at 236 S. Liberty St. in Powell, about 18... [Read More]
Westerville City Schools residents will have the chance to get on stage and groove to ABBA's "Dancing Queen" during a finale rendition of the song,... [Read More]
Columbus officials have issued a citation to German Village bar and restaurant Wunderbar for violating zoning rules by allowing live entertainment too close to St.... [Read More]
Thomas Worthington freshman Alex Cooper stood proudly on the awards podium during the district swimming and diving meet Feb. 12 at Ohio State. That's... [Read More]
New Albany's new amenities associated with Rose Run Park already are helping bring more businesses to the city, according to Tom Rubey, director of development... [Read More]
Bojana Railic thought she had a venue for her prekindergarten and kindergarten graduation ceremonies in May. But the abrupt closure of Noah's Event Venue,... [Read More]
When he was 14, what interested New Albany High School senior Lesley Redelinghuys the most about blacksmithing was the idea of turning raw metal into... [Read More]
Westerville students will score various opportunities in the future, thanks to proceeds from the Westerville Community Bowl-A-Thon. The annual fundraiser will kick off at... [Read More]
A resident of the 100 block of West Main Street at 12:11 p.m. Feb. 5 told the New Albany Police Department he was scammed out... [Read More]
Beer valued at $230 was stolen from a business on the 8800 block of Columbus Pike in Lewis Center in a theft reported to the... [Read More]
A $175 book bag containing two gift cards valued at $75 total, a $350 computer, $200 earphones, a $100 charging cord and a $5 notebook... [Read More]
A woman said she found a person with a cordless drill under her car at 3:35 p.m. Feb. 7 at the intersection of South Ninth... [Read More]
Dominion Middle School's transition to the former North High School building, 100 Arcadia Ave., is moving forward as planned, according to school leaders -- and... [Read More]
Grandview Heights leaders have moved plans to add a natural play area to McKinley Field Park to the back burner for budgetary reasons. But... [Read More]
Firefighters are heroes in many people's eyes, but for Grandview Heights fire Chief Steve Shaner, his nearly 40-year career was about service, not heroics. ... [Read More]
The Columbus Metropolitan Library will break ground in March on a new Karl Road branch. Ben Zenitsky, library spokesman, said the branch has outgrown... [Read More]
A portion of Reynoldsburg-New Albany Road in Jefferson Township is expected to remain closed between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. daily through most of the... [Read More]
Scenes from Reynoldsburg High School's African-American Cultural Celebration on Feb. 13... [Read More]
A new clearinghouse database will provide school districts and other potential employers with information about the drug- and alcohol-testing records of commercial drivers. The... [Read More]
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