The suburban ranch-style home in Ohio where humor writer Erma Bombeck launched her nationally syndicated column has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Tyrone Jackson is a second-generation street vendor who started his own line of hot dogs after becoming frustrated and concerned with the food he was buying from vendors.
An event Thursday night in Clintonville features Latin folk music, traditional art, and several takes on the iconic Mexican sugar skulls.
About 89,000 American Electric Power customers are still in the dark a week after heavy storms hit Ohio.
American Electric Power says itâ€™s restored power to most of the customers who lost electricity after heavy weekend storms, but about 143,000 homes and businesses are still without electricity.
Mary Jo Kilroy’s plan to run for Congress in the new Franklin County district has been thrown a curve. The map approved Wednesday by Ohio lawmakers moves Kilroy’s Clintonville home into the 12th congressional district, a seat now held by long-time Congressman Pat Tiberi of Genoa Township.
Adult industry mogul Larry Flynt is responding to criticism about an adult-themed store now under construction in Clintonville.
President Obama used a visit to Central Ohio to tout what he called the success of the federal stimulus package and to help Ohio Democrats. The president visited a Clintonville-area home Wednesday and attended a fund-raiser for Governor Strickland. The president maintains the economy is “on the right track.”
President Obama will sit down with a Columbus family Tuesday. WOSU went to Clintonville to speak with residents about Obama’s visit to their neighborhood and his performance as president.
On West North Broadway drivers don’t expect to see skeletons goofing off in someone’s front yard. But as they pass Brenda Arnold’s house they do. The skeletons have been known to climb trees or drink too much beer around the holidays. WOSU spoke with Arnold about the skeletons which now wear basketball jerseys to celebrate March Madness.Click the play bar to listen to the interview.
Customers at one Columbus post office are finding themselves out of luck at lunch time. The postal service says low mail volume and declining client le have forced it to close the Clintonville Post Office between 12 noon and 1 p.m. Two other postal branches are now closing for an hour in the middle of the day. And there are more closings on the way.