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Washington Prime Group, a Columbus, Ohio-based mall and shopping center owner with a presence in the Phoenix area, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. [Read More]
Virginia Alford, age 91, of Warrenton, VA passed peacefully on Tuesday, June 15th, 2021 at Fauquier Hospital. She was born in Columbus, Ohio, daughter of... [Read More]
Planning to shoot fireworks to celebrate the Fourth of July? It's legal in Georgia, but it's also important to know when and where it's legal.... [Read More]
The Ohio Department of Health has released the latest number of COVID-19 cases in the state.  As of Friday, June 18, the ODH reported a total... [Read More]
Kelly Harper, 37, previously plead not guilty to attempting to hire a hitman online. She's expected to take a plea agreement next week. [Read More]
The Holyoke City Council adopted a resolution establishing the second Monday in October as 'Indigenous People Day,' replacing the Columbus Day holiday. [Read More]
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH)– Another vaccine milestone has been reached in Ohio. On Thursday, the Ohio Department of Health reported more than 5 million people in... [Read More]
The Columbus Light and Water board has chosen Angela Verdell as the department's new general manager, pending contract negotiations, board attorney Jeff Smith told The... [Read More]
Congress and President Joe Biden acted with unusual swiftness this week in approving Juneteenth as a national holiday, a move that sent many states scrambling... [Read More]
An amendment to expand the South Columbus Historic District could be adopted by the end of August, officials from the Mississippi Department of Archives and... [Read More]
The Columbus Crew will play its final game at Historic Crew Stadium on Saturday, when the team faces the Chicago Fire at 7:30 p.m. Former... [Read More]
What word does Georgia struggle most to spell? A new report from Google gives us the answer. AT&T reviewed the top-searched "how to spell" words... [Read More]
Yoga is supposed to be relaxing but could you namaste at a sloth's pace? [Read More]
With summer nearly officially here, the Bartholomew County Historical Society has some free outdoor, hands-on family activities planned from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at... [Read More]
The Miss Georgia Pageant has returned to Columbus after a one-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, and WRBL News 3 is on your side... [Read More]
LifeCare Alliance is set to host the first electric fan distribution of the summer for its Beat the Heat campaign on Friday, beginning at 2:30... [Read More]
One of Bartholomew County's longest-serving elected officials, county surveyor E.R. Gray, has sold his private firm to a larger Kentucky-based company. E.R. Gray & Associates... [Read More]
More than 300 Ohio groups and businesses are voicing opposition to a state budget amendment that would change how affordable housing properties... [Read More]
Juneteenth National Independence Day is now an official holiday, after President Joe Biden signed a bill Thursday, approved by both the US... [Read More]
Funding that would help bridge the digital divide in Ohio is in jeopardy. House Bill 2, signed into law in May, created... [Read More]
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