If you’re over 55 and having trouble finding a job, there is one place that can help. AARP’s Senior Employment Program served more than 16-thousand people last year.
Back in the 1930s, a Columbus kindergarten teacher had a dream. Violet Shinbach went door to door selling the idea of bronzed baby shoes. The idea was a hit with Americans coast to coast. The company she founded is still in business under the able leadership of her grandson, Robert Kaynes.
Columbus Public Health officials say 23 Franklin County residents were hospitalized by the flu last week. That’s about four times higher than the average week this time of year.
The state Senate is expected to take up a measure next week that would allow doctors to acknowledge fault without the admission turning up in a malpractice lawsuit.
It’s Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving when retailers lure potential Christmas customers through their doors
Several hundred people gathered Tuesday night in east Columbus to protest a Missouri grand jury’s decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson for shooting and killing Michael Brown in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson.
The village of Mt. Sterling may have suffered more than its share of hard times, but the cafe on the corner keeps spirits high,
Ohio State University president Michael Drake says he knew nothing about the band scandal brewing when he took over his university position.
Ten years ago, Matthew Wyman stepped off a plane into the Iraqi desert. Wyman is an Iraq war veteran but he says it’s hard to convey to non-veterans the experiences and the sacrifices that he and his comrades made.
Ribbon-cutting ceremonies were held Friday to mark the dedication of Ohio State’s new James Cancer Hospital. The $750 million facility is now the third largest cancer hospital in the U.S.