WOSU News Archives For: January 2, 2007

New Lazarus Could be one of the “Greenest” Buildings in the U.S.

Construction nears completion on The Galleria, the new entrance to the Lazarus Building from Town Street
12:00AM
January 2, 2007

In just a few days hundreds of employees from the Department of Job and Family Services will move into the re-conditioned Lazarus building at Town and High streets in downtown Columbus. The former department store has been retro-fitted so that now it’s considered an environmentally friendly “green” building.

Taft Cracks Down on Sex Offenses

12:00AM
January
2, 2007

People who rape or expose themselves to children could soon be spending more time in prison.

Ohio Lawmakers Take Oaths of Office

12:00AM
January
2, 2007

New members of the Ohio House and Senate have been sworn in and are ready for action.

New Role Possible for Newark Museum

12:00AM
January
2, 2007

There’s a move underway to re-open the tiny museum at the Great Circle Mound in Newark.

Zack Space arrives in Washington

Zack Space
12:00AM
January 2, 2007

The surprise member of congress from Ohio is an attorney from Dover. Zack Space takes the oath of office – replacing the convicted Bob Ney.

New exhibit highlights local burger chain

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12:00AM
January 2, 2007

The history of America’s first hamburger chain is being celebrated in a local museum. The Ohio Historical Society is hosting an exhibit honoring the 85th anniversary of White Castle. The exhibit features everything from porcelain coffee mugs to the first industrial-strength spatula.