Meet artist Amanda Louise Spayd, a sculptor who crafts endearing doll sized creatures.
Ohio’s schools recently lost out on millions of federal dollars in the first round of Race to the Top funding awarded for educational programs.
The national Democratic Party says it’s targeting the seat held by Ohio Representative Pat Tiberi in its new Red to Blue campaign.
The spokeswoman for the Columbus City Schools says so far it’s business as usual even though several thousand non-teaching members of a local union might go out on strike.
Thousands of central Ohioans are riding their bicycles to work to beat high gasoline prices. But there’s tension on the streets of Columbus between cars and bicycles.
The Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio says a new partnership with three companies will keep 300 jobs in the central Ohio area and add 50 jobs.
Several hundred motorcycle riding employees at Nationwide Insurance invited other Ohio bikers downtown today. It’s the second year the Columbus-based company has participated in National Ride to Work Day.
Estimates are there are between 100 and 300 people living on the streets or on the land in Columbus. The Community Shelter Board said it’s made progress in helping to place many of these people in permanent housing.
Democratic northeast Ohio Represetative Sherrod Brown flew back to Washington this week for the Congressional, lame duck session. But he returned as Ohio’s Senator-elect.
Recently, a study dubbed the nation’s report card found that high school seniors did not show any improvement in science understanding since 2000. The National Assessment of Educational Process found science aptitude is actually lower than it was in 1996. Many people are taking action to improve science education. Specifically some are improving how schools teach physics.
This marks the final week for the downtown Columbus Lazarus store.
For nearly 100 years, Lazarus helped define central Ohio retailing. But the downtown department store appears to be a dying breed.
In conjunction with WOSU.TV 34′s documentary, “Many Happy Returns to Lazarus”, WOSU’s Mike Thompson looks at the future of the downtown department store.