This February marks the 100th anniversary of an Ohio State tradition. Since 1915, the chimes have been part of University life, housed in one of the oldest and most unique buildings on campus. WOSU’s Tom Rieland has this profile on the Chimes of Orton Hall…
Equipped with 2,000 pounds of butter, sculptors spent more than 500 hours sculpting the cow and calf, and 15 other symbols that represent Ohio.
Port Columbus Airport Control Tower â€” Located at 4920 East Fifth Avenue, built in 1920. Clinton Avenue School Annex â€” Located at 10 Clinton Heights Avenue, built in 1895. Elam Drake Farm â€” Located at 2738 Ole Country Lane, built in the 1850s. Gunning House â€” Located at 7495 East Broad Street, built in 1940. [...]
The sport that usually toils in obscurity garners a lot of interest once every four years during the winter Olympics. That’s happening once again in Columbus.
Every neighborhood has its stereotypes, and a lot of them are based on income. Everyone wants to know what their neighbors are making. Well, using census data, WNYC has mapped out median income by area for the entire United States.
Columbus school leaders want your help. How do they want it? In the form of a 9.01 mill levy. A look at the numbers to see exactly what this levy request means.
The Columbus Blue Jackets are about to begin their 14th season, and after a spectacular finish last year, the buzz around professional hockey in Columbus is real.
Use this interactive calculator to figure out premiums on the Affordable Care Act for you and your family.
Sights from Ohio Stadium on Sept. 7, 2013. The San Diego State Aztecs travelled to Columbus to take on the Ohio State Buckeyes in a non-conference battle.
Local leaders announced today a new plan for the 56-acre area that borders the Scioto River and downtown Columbus.