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Village Law Director Ron Parsons reads a drafted resolution to West Jefferson Village Council Monday night that would approve a settlement and end lit... Instead, he will resign, effective that date.
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Two men have been charged for allegedly dumping the body of a London woman in a ditch after she died at their apartment.
As residents of central Ohio are under the threat of more storms this afternoon, communities are facing a major cleanup effort after the strong storms moved through the region Monday night.
Javier Armengau, who spent the past 15 years trying to keep clients out of prison, is likely headed there, after a Franklin County jury convicted him Monday of multiple sex crimes.
According to the Franklin County Sheriff's Office, Roberts and McCord dumped the body of 21-year-old Jordyn Hollingsworth of London in a ditch in along Jones Road in Brown Township on July 5. Deputies say that Hollingsworth had difficulty breathing and was unresponsive, but the two men went to bed instead of calling authorities.
The Franklin County commissioners are expected to approve a contract today that sets in motion the demolition of Veterans Memorial.
A handful of local Catholic schools will have shortened calendars for the coming school year - one by almost two weeks - after the state changed class-time requirements, diocesan officials said.
Upper Arlington residents are welcome to comment tonight on several proposals to pay for the city's 10-year, $113 million capital-improvements program.
A man accused of leaving the scene of a fatal crash near Galloway is expected to appear in court on Monday.
Franklin County Sheriff Zach Scott says the truck driver failed to yield at a U.S. 40 intersection in Prairie Township west of Columbus shortly after noon Saturday, causing the motorcycle to lose control.
Sheriff's officials say a motorcycle rider was killed in a crash and another other vehicle apparently left the scene in central Ohio before authorities arrived.
Chances are pretty good you'll check out a fireworks display in central Ohio this week.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced Thursday that a Franklin County judge has granted a default judgment against TEEN USA and Darien E. Smith of Cleveland for violating the terms of an agreement the organization made with the Attorney General's Office in November 2013.
Updated: Wed Jul 09, 2014 07:47 pm
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