Meet artist Amanda Louise Spayd, a sculptor who crafts endearing doll sized creatures.
A couple of thousand young job-seekers showed up for a job fair at COSI on Wednesday. Mayor Michael Coleman helped recruit employers to the fair after the federal government cut funds for its summer jobs program. The students and young adults turned out in droves for a chance to work.
There is a shortage of used cars in the Columbus car market. Demand, however, hasn’t changed.
Farmers Markets could be considered a luxury – a place to stroll around on a lazy Saturday morning. But not the farmers markets hosted by Columbus Public Health. These farmers markets make fresh fruits and vegetables more accessible by dispensing food aid benefits right on site.
A record number of people turned out Thursday for the first of the city health department’s farmers’ markets this year.
For many people the housing market is not the best place to be right now. It’s almost inevitable that at least once a day one will hear something about home foreclosures, the credit crunch and the R word – that’s recession. In this report, WOSU takes a look at how the nation’s economy is affecting the condominium market in Franklin County.
The plunge in the stock market might signal a decline in tax revenues for state government in Ohio. That, in turn, could mean a decline in state services.
The United States House of Representatives passed a measure today that could help Ohioans who lose their jobs due to outsourcing and trade policy.
Much attention is given to the problems facing family-owned farms in Ohio and elsewhere. Problems include weather, disappearing farmland, pollution from field run off, and a population that is increasingly non-rural. A small but growing idea tries to address all of these issues, except – of course – the weather.