On this episode of Broad & High we’ll spend the day in the life of a local ballerina, learn about the part of the Columbus Metropolitan Library you’ve probably never seen. A local artist describes her relationship with Flat Granny, and a look at the Viewpoints Mural Series in the Short North.
Columbus City Schools officials say theyâ€™re launching a summer Third Grade Reading Blitz. The school system wants third graders who have so far failed the Ohio Achievement Assessment to attend summer classes or receive some other type of assistance.
Columbus City Schools officials are going door-to-door this week. Theyâ€™re urging the families of third graders who still have not passed the stateâ€™s third grade reading assessment test to enroll their students in summer school or other help sessions.
A local economist says federal money allocated to feeding Franklin Countyâ€™s poor has a significant impact on the regional economy.
In a handful of counties northeast of Columbus public health officials are traveling back roads and setting up clinics in churches and town halls. Theyâ€™re trying to contain a measles outbreak among the mostly unvaccinated Amish community.
The board that oversees Nationwide Arena has approved the facilityâ€™s 2015 budget. Recent media reports say the arena is struggling financially but the facilityâ€™s chief operating officer disagrees.
Ohio residents attending Ohio State University wonâ€™t see an increase in tuition this fall from the previous year. The universityâ€™s board of trustees voted unanimously Friday to freeze tuition at current levels for in-state students. Non-resident students will see a 5 percent increase in tuition. All students will pay slightly higher room and board fees [...]
Once only used by a select few environmentally-conscious homeowners, organic lawn care is becoming mainstream. Organic signs are popping up on peopleâ€™s lawns all over Central Ohio. Even name brand fertilizer companies are embracing the trend.
An estimated 85,000 Canada Geese live in Ohio. They donâ€™t pose much of a problem in rural areas. But in urban areas Canada Geese make themselves right at home on landscaping and golf courses. Occasionally theyâ€™ll attack if provoked.
After 91 years of thoroughbred horseracing, Grove Cityâ€™s Beulah Park shuts its gates.