On this episode of Broad & High, an artist profile: Dennis DeVendra, a blind woodturner. Also a look at Dangerdust, the anonymous chalk artist duo from Columbus College of Arts and Design, Helping Hands Center an arts & autism based in Clintonville, Petali Teas and D’Art the Gallery Kitty at Dublin Arts Council.
Columbus attorney Kathy Ransier grew up in Huntington, West Virginia. Challenged there by racism and prejudice, Ransier overcame to build an extraordinary life.
The Huntington Midwest Economic Index says 70 percent of consumers in the Midwest markets will spend as much or more on holiday purchases this year compared to 2011.
The president and CEO of Huntington Bank said Tuesday that the bank will continue to call Columbus home. Steve Steinour says he also expects to add hundreds of jobs during the next five years.
The new home for the Columbus Clippers, Huntington Park, had a “grand” grand-opening Saturday. There were speeches, a statue dedication and the long awaited ribbon cutting.
Columbus-based Huntington Bank says it has made a deal with subprime mortgage lender Franklin Credit Management Corporation to get rid of $615 million in bad loans.
Huntington Bancshares today says its eliminating executive bonuses, freezing salaries and eliminating 500 positions to cut costs. Huntington says the moves will save $100,000,000.
The Columbus Clippers proclaimed it the end of an era. Monday night the Clippers played their final game at the 76-year-old Cooper Stadium.
The Columbus Clippers baseball team will play one last season in Cooper stadium beginning Thursday night. The team is expected to move to the new Huntington Park stadium downtown a year from now.
The company that lost its bid to install plumbing and heating ventilation and air-conditioning in huntington ballpark has taken legal action against the county.
The Franklin County Commission met late Friday to finalize the choice of a concrete contractor for the city’s Huntington Park baseball stadium which is under construction.