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39 min ago | The Columbus Dispatch
If you think you know where you're going to cast your vote in the May 6 primary, you might be wrong.
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A new effort, called insight2050, was unveiled today at the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission's annual State of the Region luncheon Downtown.
The new adult homeless shelter, under construction on the West Side, will have an upper floor to accommodate families in need.
I have been a resident of Franklin County since 1977 and active in the Democratic Party for more than 40 years.
A driver who struck and fatally injured a pedestrian on a Victorian Village street last summer was worried more about himself than his victim, a prosecutor said today in a Franklin County courtroom.
Perry Township residents could vote unanimously in favor of a controversial income tax, but it still wouldn't pass.
Central Ohio officials are warning that children without mumps vaccinations might have to miss weeks of school if an outbreak of the illness hits classrooms.
Gahanna police recently responded to incidents involving a woman asking for money and a man seeking work by holding a sign.
The Hilliard Planning and Zoning Commission on April 10 approved the construction of a tower between Heritage Middle School and Darby High School, near the northeast corner of Scioto Darby and Leppert roads.
A 20-year-old woman pleaded guilty today to hitting bicyclist Elijah Smith with her Volkswagen on July 3 and leaving him to die on E. 11th Avenue.
David Brobst's lawyer said last week a "moment of weakness" caused by a cash-flow problem on his family's farm led his client to "loan" himself $211,755 between 2010 and 2012 from the Franklin County Agricultural Society while he served as its treasurer.
An 8-year-old boy who was shot in the head last week on the East Side has died. Jamarion Broom, a second-grader at Broadleigh Elementary School, died yesterday afternoon at Nationwide Children's Hospital, where he had been on life support since the shooting Thursday evening, Franklin County Coroner Dr. Jan Gorniak said today.
Thousands of people woke up in the dark Tuesday morning. AEP said the more than 9,500 outages in Franklin county and more than 300 outages in Licking County were due to a transmission equipment failure, that could have been caused by rain and snow falling in the area.
The Columbus Zoo has big plans if voters say yes to a proposed 1.25 mil property tax in May. 10TV was granted access to the proposed renderings which include a downtown zoo and expanding the Delaware County property with a safari expedition and new animal hospital.
A Columbus man wanted in Franklin County for attempted murder was arrested by Cambridge police Saturday night during a traffic stop on the city's North Side.