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.
For 76 years neighbors have cooled off at the Olympic Swim Club. But now it’s closed for good. And generations of Clintonville residents are saddened by the shutdown.
The former director of the Ohio State University Marching Band, Jon Waters, appealed Thursday to the university’s board of trustees to be reinstated. On Friday, the board, in response, sent a letter to Waters’ attorney declining to do so.
It might not be the world’s oldest profession, but it’s one of the oldest. It’s flintknapping.
A television ad that supports same-sex marriage will begin running on stations across the state Wednesday. Itâ€™s the first marriage equality ad to be broadcast since Ohioans enacted a gay marriage ban ten years ago.
When voters went to the polls to approve or reject casino gambling four years ago, they did so with the expectation of a rich new source of revenue for the state. Projections said casinos would earn nearly $2 billion a year. Now that the four casinos are operating tax revenues have not lived up to expectations.
As officials in Washington try to find fixes for the nearly depleted federal highway trust fund, a Delaware County township has its own infrastructure worries. Officials in Liberty Township â€“ which encompasses Powell â€“ might implement a new license plate renewal fee.
The number of Central Ohio mumps cases has now surpassed the entire number of cases reported in the United States last year.
The board of directors of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium has voted to forego a levy request on the November ballot.
The Franklin County Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to hire a firm that will draw up plans to raze the 60 year old building.