Holiday moods often run the gamut between joy and melancholy. And, an Ohio State University researcher says an individual’s great expectations have a bearing on whether someone smiles or frowns. College of Social Work Professor, Gilbert Greene, says the key is to identify whether stress is likely to help or hurt one’s mood.
A new facility in Marble Cliff serves as an incubator for would-be cooks or a laboratory for professional chefs who want to experiment.
The bill’s sponsor expects the sales tax exemption to create a “Black Friday” type of excitement that would benefit retailers and shoppers.
Back in the 1930s, a Columbus kindergarten teacher had a dream. Violet Shinbach went door to door selling the idea of bronzed baby shoes. The idea was a hit with Americans coast to coast. The company she founded is still in business under the able leadership of her grandson, Robert Kaynes.
Commercial drones could be in Ohio’s skies sooner than expected. That’s because the Federal Aviation Administration has granted a Dayton company an exception to the current ban on drones that aren’t for government or recreational use.
The Ohio House has joined the Senate in approving a bill to effectively ban red light cameras in Ohio. The Senate must now approve some minor House changes before it goes to the governor.
Michael Jeffries, the long-time CEO of the preppy New Albany-based retailer, is retiring, effective immediately.
West Virginia is selling fracking rights under the Ohio River, and other states in the Ohio River Valley are keeping a close eye to see how the plan plays out.
There’s an ad war underway in Columbus. Central Ohio’s largest hospital systems are spending millions of dollars on marketing. WOSU looks the strategies behind, and the effectiveness of, omnipresent hospital marketing.
Parking fines in Columbus will increase next year, if some city officials get their way. A public hearing will be held tonight at city hall on the proposal to raise fines.
The state Senate is expected to take up a measure next week that would allow doctors to acknowledge fault without the admission turning up in a malpractice lawsuit.