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 [...]
Central Ohio was hit for the third time in two weeks with winter weather. As snow fell all day yesterday and into the night, plow crews hit the roads. WOSUreports the snow removal business, at least for one landscaping company, has proved profitable this season.
Another winter storm bringing up to nine inches of snow prompts schools and businesses to close.
While most Columbus-area schools closed this morning, Columbus City Schools remained open. But as snow continued fall throughout morning, the city’s largest school system decided to let most of its students go home early.
As the snow continues to fall, local and state plows are out trying to clear the roads. WOSU spoke with the Ohio Department of Transportation to find out what they’re doing in the Central Ohio area.
While the snow and ice kept many people inside Wednesday some people were determined to get to work.
Mother Nature continues her wrath on central Ohio as warm temperatures melt snow and pose the threat of floods.
Forecasters say Ohio is in the path of a major winter storm that could bring double-digit snowfalls to areas along Interstate 71. While most Ohio counties are under a winter storm warning, the National Weather Service says the heaviest snow will be dumped in a band stretching from Cincinnati through Columbus and on to Cleveland, Akron and Youngstown.
Early morning temperatures are in the low 20s across much of Central Ohio this morning making for slick sidewalks and roadways. The combination of overnight snow and icy conditions has forced Columbus City Schools to close for the second consecutive day. Other districts have also closed or delayed classes this morning.
Franklin County is using cornstalks to help keep country roads clear of snow. Franklin County Commissioners today approved a program which pays local farmers to leave cornstalks up over the winter.
Central Ohio residents are preparing for the second major snowfall of the season… and so are utility crews.