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1 hr ago | The Columbus Dispatch
WCBE radio will air Whad'Ya Know? live from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. Public Radio quiz master Michael Feldman - whose weekly intro "Whad'ya know?" draws a hearty " Not much! You?" from his audience - will put the question to central Ohioans on Saturday.
1 hr ago | Business Journal
Wells Fargo & Co.' s commercial real estate office in Columbus has added Greater Cleveland to its territory following the closure of an office in that market.
2 hrs ago | This Week Community News
Pilot Dogs trainer Steve Hoyt, left, takes a blindfolded Calista Harper around the building with a Labrador retriever in training to simulate walking with a guide dog.
6 hrs ago | WCOL-FM Columbus
And you get to have it both ways, you aren't all beard, but you're not clean-shaven.
Columbus police said it happened around 7:30 p.m. at General Tso's Chinese restaurant on Godown Road, north of Bethel Road.
Hocking County officials were already furious with the county coroner on July 19 when a man was shot to death and the doctor was not around.
Keithan Clayton, 27, left, receives information from Dawn Diazmercado, a patient advocate who set up an appointment for him to apply for Medicaid.
"We're very happy to see an exciting image when .a <.a <. turn a corner - something that enlivens a space and makes us think a little bit about form and function," said Diane Nance, chairwoman of the Columbus Art Commission, which in recent months has kept tabs on a growing body of new outdoor installations.
Police were working to identify a suspect after a man was shot at a popular club near downtown Columbus.
Some members of Gospel Road - a summer youth program run by the Dioceses of Columbus - spent the week painting murals on the hallway walls of London's Fairhaven School.
A Columbus firefighter who was struck by lightning in June has been upgraded at OSU Wexner Medical Center.
The geographical origins of Dr. John's band mattered not, when the New Orleans musician played the Park Street Saloon last night.
Nervous but determined, the 15-year-old boy walked into a conference room in Columbus, Ohio, for a fateful interview.
Participants stretch into a hip-opener during a stand-up-paddleboard yoga class taught by Julie Wilkes of Seven Studios.
They're a way to actually get somewhere - and increasingly, somewhere on the other side of a major roadway or body of water.
Police were hoping surveillance video will help them identify two suspects who robbed an east Columbus gas station.
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Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 01:01 pm
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