For the hungry in some Columbus neighborhoods, emergency food supplies will be only a text away. The city will spend $135,000 to help to create a mobile scheduling program for selected food pantries.
The largest infrastructure project in Akron’s history is turning into a job-training program that local officials hope will help close the skills gap.
A report released this morning on Ohio’s charter schools finds that many continue to struggle with performance, despite their growing number.
Improving low performing public schools is a problem that has troubled educators and parents for decades. This year, Ohio is trying a new tactic, allowing for parents to take over a troubled school.
Former Columbus City Schools data czar Stephen B. Tankovich has received jail time for his role in the data scrubbing scandal.
Best known for helping people get affordable housing, the non-profit Homeport has taken up collecting books. For the second year, it is stocking up on books for children and teens to read during school breaks.
Davis Middle School in Dublin lacks a student newspaper, but that didn’t stop one of its students from pursuing journalism. The 8th grader took a simple story and landed a reporting assignment for a national student magazine.
The sister of an Ohio State football player said his family has reported him missing.
On a given day, Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus treats about 100 premature infants. But, they’re getting some adult medications to stay alive.
Ohio State University president Michael Drake says he knew nothing about the band scandal brewing when he took over his university position.
A four-month review of the culture of Ohio State University’s marching band has resulted in 37 recommendations for improvement in band operations, training and university oversight.