The largest infrastructure project in Akron’s history is turning into a job-training program that local officials hope will help close the skills gap.
The Ohio Department of Health today issued new, stronger, recommended quarantine procedures in response to suspected Ebola cases.
Riders could soon be paying higher bus fares if increases are approved by the Central Ohio Transit Authority.
Living with Attention Deficit Disorder often has challenges. But Columbus artist Michael Siculan says ADD can also be a springboard to creativity.
Reynoldsburg public school teachers and the city’s school board have approved a new contract, ending a three-week-long strike.
For 9 months a chain-link fence surrounded Mirror Lake as crews made repairs – part of an on-going project to ensure future students get to enjoy Mirror Lake.
A fight among several students broke out at Livingston High School in Reynoldsburg late this morning with about a half-dozen police officers responding.
The Alumni Club of the Ohio State University Marching Band today issued its own report about the firing of director Jon Waters.
With a strike looming September 19, city schools spokeswoman Tricia Moore says the board will streamline the hiring for substitute teachers at its meeting today.
A gun control advocacy group is targeting Cincinnati-based Kroger with a national advertising campaign. “Moms Demand Action For Gun Sense In America” wants the nation’s largest supermarket chain to change its firearms policy.