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.
Members of the NCAA site selection committee are checking out Columbus this week as the possible location for a Women’s Final Four sometime in the future.
A collection of civic, business and academic leaders from the five cities vying for the 2016 Democratic Convention provide a snapshot as to why their city should be chosen to host the convention.
Nestled in the small village of Canal Winchester is the National Barber Museum, which showcases the profession’s interesting past.
It certainly won’t be anywhere near as cold as last February, but Central Ohio and much of the nation is about to experience some unseasonable weather.
Revenues for all four of Ohio’s voter approved casinos were down in June.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today certified a petition for a proposed Ohio Clean Energy amendment to the Ohio Constitution.
Ohio has ended its budget year as expected with a nearly $800 million surplus, money set aside to fund tax breaks and any unexpected Medicaid expenses coming from federal health care reform. State budget director Tim Keen said Wednesday Ohio beat projections for the fourth consecutive fiscal year through spending cuts and better-than-expected tax revenues. [...]
Planners expect 400-thousand people downtown tomorrow night for the 34th annual Red, White and Boom Celebration.
The number of mumps cases in Central Ohio now outnumbers all of the cases nationwide last year.