On this episode of Broad & High we’ll spend the day in the life of a local ballerina, learn about the part of the Columbus Metropolitan Library you’ve probably never seen. A local artist describes her relationship with Flat Granny, and a look at the Viewpoints Mural Series in the Short North.
Columbus has the first Platinum LEED certified house in Ohio. LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.
The Ohio Supreme Court will decide a case involving an elderly nursing home resident, the resident’s family and the nursing home.
An Ohio State University economist says the potential for owner-occupied home foreclosures is being exaggerated.
Committee hearings are underway in the Ohio House and Senate on measures to change the self defense burden of proof in cases of home invasion.
A woman and her two daughters in Marysville were attacked during an over night home invasion. The burglars are still at large.
The sub-prime lending crisis has led to countless stories of home foreclosures… to most of us, the stories are just bits of time on the radio or television, or sections print in a newspaper. To most us the foreclosures are someone else’s problem. But WOSU commentator Jerolyn Barbee says the stories of other people’s problems affect everyone.
A new study out today says Ohio’s Medicaid program is one of the most expensive in the country at providing long-term care for senior citizens because it relies too much on nursing homes.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman will deliver his seventh State of the City address this evening. In it, the mayor will propose spending $25 million over the next six years to rehabilitate or remove about 1,000 abandoned houses around the city. Such housing, he says, drags neighborhoods down and serves as a catalyst for crime.
The home inspection business in Ohio and across the U-S is booming. For about 300 dollars a home-buyer or -seller can discover possible defects before the transaction is completed. Many states in the last two decades have passed laws that regulate the home inspection business. Ohio may pass some sort of regulation, too.
There has been another home invasion in the German Village area. For the third time in a month, masked men Tuesday morning broke into a home, tied up and then robbed its owner.