For the hungry in some Columbus neighborhoods, emergency food supplies will be only a text away. The city will spend $135,000 to help to create a mobile scheduling program for selected food pantries.
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The Richland County Prosecutor will decide whether to press charges in hunting accident.
The City of Columbus is taking the owners of Woodland Meadows apartment complex to court. The city filed a complaint today in Environmental Court demanding that the 122 buildings in east Columbus be properly maintained or torn down.
Ohio businesses are required to ban smoking in their buildings starting next week.
The Franklin County Board of Elections, Monday, certified the results from the hotly contested US Congressional race in Ohio’s 15th district. While a victor was named, the race is not quite over.
During the holiday season, additional attention is often given to those who are homeless, but homelessness can occur at any time of the year. And 17 rural counties in southeastern and central Ohio are working together to try to solve that problem within the next decade.
The Franklin County Board of Elections today certified results from a hotly contested race for U-S Congress in Central Ohio. Final vote counts show Republican Incumbent Deborah Pryce won re-election by 1,054 votes over Democratic challenger Mary Jo Kilroy. Kilroy picked up more than 2,000 votes in the recount. Preliminary figures on election night showed Pryce with a lead of more than 3,000 votes.
The holiday shopping season opened before dawn on the day after Thanksgiving.
Students at an east side Columbus charter school undertake at least one humanitarian project each year to give back to their community. This year the focus is on a local unit serving in Iraq.
A new tool makes it possible for drivers and troopers to calculate where the trouble spots will be on this holiday travel weekend.
The former head of the Columbus Department of Recreation and Parks and the sister of a member of the Parks Board have pleaded guilty to felony theft and tampering charges. The charges come in the wake of allegations that the department director paid the employee for work she did not do.