Curator Melissa Wolfe talks about the inspiration we can all take away from the Columbus Museum of Arts newest exhibition showcasing the work of home town hero George Bellows. George Bellows and the American Experience through January 4, 2014. This exhibition follows on the heels of a major retrospective of the artist organized by the [...]
The City of Columbus is being sued for $4 million after this year’s annual Juneteenth celebration was shut down by city officials. A Saturday shooting caused the remainder of the 2-day event to be cancelled
Wendy’s opened a new flagship restaurant across the street from its corporate headquarters in Dublin Tuesday. The building’s design is ultra-modern but it’s also packed with memorabilia. Some of the items came from the original Wendy’s on East Broad Street.
‘Tis the season when many people choose to do their charitable giving for the year, and an increasing trend is donor-advised funds. They’re basically mutual funds for charity that allow people to donate and have their money invested by a profession.
Congress is on its way to a budget deal a couple weeks ahead of the January 1 deadline. But the deal doesn’t include extending emergency unemployment benefits. That means 40,000 Ohioans could see their payments end this month.
The Franklin County Board of Elections has given a big legal win to activists hoping to end the city of Columbus’ purchase contract for Nationwide Arena.
James Garland increased Miami University’s efforts to recruit out-of-state students, who pay much higher tuition. The tactic quickly caught on with other public universities.
The defense bill now before federal lawmakers would send $90 million to maintain production at the Joint Systems manufacturing Center, formerly known as the Lima Tank Plant.
Ohio officials and aviation industry leaders are hoping the region is among those chosen by the FAA for the testing of commercial drone aircraft.
Ohio casino gamblers spent about $70-million last month. The figure is about the same as in October. Revenue figures fall short of projections for the first five months of Ohio’s new budget year and that means a smaller jackpot for cities, towns and schools.
Franklin County election officials need to review petitions submitted, last week, to force the city to stop making payments on Nationwide Arena. A local group wants voters to decide future funding of the arena. The question is whether the move is lawful. Some legal experts say, while it’s unusual, it a legal move.