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 man who designed a six-story-high sculpture planned for The Scioto Mile has changed it slightly. Artist Brian Tolle has taken some criticism for choosing a shape some people say resembles a power plant cooling tower.
A new University of Cincinnati study shows Ohio retailers and state and local governments are losing huge amounts of money during the holiday shopping season as more shoppers go online.
Ohio’s Presidential and Congressional primaries were pushed back to June to allow time to settle a dispute over the state’s new map of U.S. House districts.
This week NPR is looking at the long-term unemployed. Have you been unemployed for a long time? Do you know someone who is or has been? Tell us your / their story.
Some Columbus business owners and residents are calling on the city to do more to prevent loitering. They say people hanging out on street corners are up to no good, and hurt neighborhood image. Columbus has an anti-loitering law, but itâ€™s not enforced.