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 [...]
Ohio placed second to Texas again last year in an annual survey measuring how states stack up in attracting to companies and getting existing ones to expand.
Members of the Upper Arlington Historical Society have a few more days to save an old stone structure on Riverside Drive dubbed the Hutchinson House, before a developer tears it down for an apartment complex.
A newspaper investigation of Ohio’s public job-creation efforts has found companies receiving state money failed to bring thousands of promised positions.
Democrats are joining an tea Party-backed group in a legal challenge to the state’s semi-private job creation agency.
Some Ohio companies that promised to create jobs in exchange for state grants haven’t totally delivered. So,state Development Department officials have written them, requesting some of the money back.
Despite uncertainty in the state legislature, supporters of passenger train service between Cleveland and Cincinnati via Columbus continue to make their case. A major stumbling block is forging agreements with freight lines to share their rails.
Efforts to bring passenger rail service back to Ohio took a step forward Thursday. The Ohio Rail Development Commission is looking for 400 million dollars in federal stimulus money.
NCR, the world’s leading provider of ATMs, is moving it’s headquarters from Dayton to Georgia. And it’s taking with it more than twelve-hundred jobs. WOSU’s Sadie Taylor reports.
The CEO of the Columbus Downtown Development Corporation is defending the demolition of the City Center Mall as the best option for the site. Guy Worley spoke Wednesday to the Columbus Metropolitan Club
The man in charge of reviving economic development in Ohio says he has his work cut out for him.