The federal government recommends demolishing over 200 buildings at the site of a former Cold War-era uranium plant in southern Ohio.
Central Ohio job seekers found help at local libraries today, and the programming went above and beyond the job help libraries usually offer.
The possibility of losing the Blue Jackets to another city has inspired some grassroots fervor in Columbus. And at a rally last night, members of a new group “Forward Together” worked to drum up support for their cause.
Charges have been filed against a mother who allegedly helped her juvenile son escape from a county court last week.
Ohio is among the first states receiving federal funds to expand broadband access to rural areas. And state officials say that means new jobs and increased economic growth for some of Ohio’s hardest-hit counties.
In the hotly contested 2008 race, former state senator Steve Stivers lost the 15th district to Mary Jo Kilroy by only about 23-hundred votes.
Worried parents of young children flocked to a Swine Flu Vaccine Clinic at the Historical Society today. But as soon as the doors opened at 2pm, the site was at capacity and officials starting turning others away.
In a video posted on the New York City government’s website, a gun seller in Columbus did not seem to care when an undercover investigator suggests he would not pass a background check.
After about a week of controversy in some Central Ohio school districts, President Obama gave his televised educational pep-talk today. Most Columbus area schools showed it, but some refused.
A 20-year-old pregnant woman has become the first Columbus fatality in the swine flu epidemic. The woman died early this morning at Doctors Hospital.