Wednesday Aug 13
The Columbus Dispatch
Education Insider: Backers of fired band director Waters are still vocal
A new graduate at Ohio State's summer commencement on Sunday wears a "We Stand with Jon" sign pinned to the back of her gown.
Wednesday Aug 13
Police reports published Aug. 13
A deputy requested a summons Saturday for Daniel S. Metz, 43, of 101 Allen St., Little Hocking, for violating the terms of a protection order.
Police Investigate After Pickerington Youth Football Equipment Stolen
It got rid of the old, worn equipment, so no one was really worried when inventory looked a little light this year.
Ohio State Marching Band performs for first time following band director's dismissal
The Ohio State Marching Band marches to the stage at the Columbus Commons Bicentennial Pavilion in a performance with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra on July 25. Credit: Chelsea Spears / Multimedia editor The band's announcer hesitated in his introduction, but it was met with the applause and cheering from supporters who came out to see the Ohio ... (more)
Bail bondsman, employee guilty in forgery scheme
After a three-day bench trial, a former local bail bondsman was found guilty of complicity to forgery, and his employee was found guilty of forgery Wednesday for posting a $50,000 bond in October from Free Me Now Bail Bonds, which was unlicensed at the time.
Cool off with Gypsy Joe's Ice Cream
When the outside air temperature starts hovering between steamy and boiling, many Lancaster natives head over to Gypsy Joe's Ice Cream and Donut Company for relief.
'Uncle Sam' makes a few festival stops
Just after 9/11, actor Mark Abbati decided that he needed to do something. "We all know that, during a crisis, patriotism expands, and after a few years, it begins to wane," Abbati said.
CrimeTracker 10: Crime Stats Show Trends In Local Parks
Elaine Forrest was running a few minutes late for her son's baseball game at Huber Village Park on the evening of June 12. She parked in a lot to hike to the baseball field and says she tucked her purse in the console.
Sentenced to 180 days in jail, 137 suspended. Brunet, Jarrod T., 20, 8750 Eastfield Court, Pickerington, convicted of criminal damaging or endangering, a second-degree misdemeanor.