Preliminary construction is underway at Vadata’s site off Hayden Run Road in Hilliard, but neighbors have given a cold reception to a second site the company is reportedly pursuing in Orange Township.
LODI, Ohio — A toothless black bear caged on a northeastern Ohio property for decades should be allowed to stay there instead of being relocated, according to the owners fighting to keep it even though they didn’t get the permit required by state law.
The $375,000 real-estate listing offers a “nice” second-story apartment. It’s not exactly an “ open concept” urban loft or suburban manse. But it does come with a pool, a really big one — 23,000 square feet with a cool orange tube slide — and a 150-car parking lot.
A Franklinton apartment building was boarded up on Friday by city officials who had filed a complaint in Franklin County Environmental Court calling the property "a tenacious drug and crime haven with no owner oversight." The three-story building at 398-404 S.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today urged the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold Ohio’s ban on same-sex marriage, contending that questions of marriage should be left to the 50 states as opposed to the federal government.
Gov. John Kasich appeared fairly popular during his visit to New Hampshire earlier this week. So how did he do in front of a bunch of conservatives in New York City?
Hundreds of fans gathered outside Carabar on Parsons Ave. last night to catch a glimpse of John Travolta working on his new film I Am Wrath.
This list is compiled from voluntary submissions by parents to hospitals.
Professor Linda Mercadante of Methodist Theological School in Ohio was interviewed this week for NBC’s Today show.
Annie Cacciato’s text message to friends last summer is the sort of thing that drives cancer researchers to work late hours. “I had treatment today and received awesome news. I am in complete remission....”
A zoning application for 5074 E. Dublin-Granville Rd. is one step closer to the Columbus City Council, despite opposition from a local planning group. The Rocky Fork-Blacklick Accord Implementation Panel voted 4-3 on Thursday against changing the zoning for 58.6 acres north of state Rt.
The stickers, the signs, the speeches — they all signified one thing last night. The Ohio Democratic Party, shut out in last year’s statewide elections, apparently will face a stark choice for its future.
BUCKEYE LAKE, Ohio — At least the Ohio Department of Natural Resources can admit its mistakes. And it has made big ones with Buckeye Lake, the largest being its decision decades ago to sell the backside of the dam for private development.
The owner of nine La Michoacana Mexican markets in central Ohio is the leader of a large-scale ring bringing drugs from Mexico to Chicago and then into central Ohio, search-warrant documents in a federal case say.
The mother of a toddler whose body was found in an East Side creek in December pleaded guilty this morning to iinvoluntary manslaughter and tampering with evidence and agreed to testify against the man accused of causing the death.
Independent investigations of officers’ use of deadly force and improved screening and training for police emerge as common themes in recommendations from members of Ohio’s Task Force on Community-Police Relations.
CLEVELAND — Three men imprisoned for nearly 20 years after a jury convicted them of murder in 1996 should have a new trial because a prosecutor suppressed evidence that calls into question the men’s guilt, a judge ruled yesterday.
Hotel rooms are a critical component in attracting lucrative conventions to a city. The more rooms, the bigger the convention the city can handle. Occupancy rates are good at Columbus hotels — in particular, the convention-focused Hyatt Regency Columbus — but have yet to reach the levels needed to encourage expansion.
Ohio programs for the developmentally disabled rely too much on institutional care and sheltered workshops and need “massive changes” to repair inequities, a report by the Center for Community Solutions concludes.
Tens of thousands of small-business owners will have to wait at least a few more weeks before collecting their share of a $420 million settlement from a lawsuit over workers’ compensation premiums.
Vee Pak Ohio officials plan to invest $8 million and add 60,000 to 70,000 square feet to the company’s 105,000-square-foot New Albany facility. The expansion would create 90 jobs with an estimated annual payroll of $3 million, said Jennifer Chrysler, New Albany’s community-development director.
Inmates at the state’s highest-security prison have entered the second week of a hunger strike protesting recreation and programming restrictions that include a ban on religious gatherings for some of them.
After raising alarms earlier this year for promoting her new real-estate business on Twitter, state Rep. Anne Gonzales is prompting ethical concerns by sending email solicitations directly to Statehouse lobbyists.
The driver of a tanker truck that was leaking on southbound I-71 yesterday afternoon has been cited for improper transport of hazardous materials. Richard Holloway of Columbia, S.C., was stopped by Columbus police south of Rt.
Many in the Latino community watched helplessly as a raging Prairie Township apartment fire killed 10 people a little more than a decade ago. The victims, which included a Mexican couple and their three young children, were part of the community.
Move over, Delaware County. It might be Franklin County’s time to boom. New population estimates show that Franklin County has been growing at a steady rate since 2010. Delaware County is still growing, too, but more slowly than it had been.
Ohio should add programming for “forgotten” youth offenders and use juvenile prisons as a last resort, not treatment options, the Ohio Juvenile Justice Alliance said on Wednesday in an overview of the state juvenile-justice system.
The Jewish Daily Forward has named Rabbi Eric Woodward of Congregation Tifereth Israel as one of America’s Most Inspiring Rabbis 2015.
One thing is certain: Brian Bainbridge is on the May 5 primary ballot for the Columbus Board of Education. But Bainbridge says he’s not really running: He was a placeholder for the Republicans, and remains on the ballot because no one else stepped up to take his spot.
People looking forward to staying in the hotel planned for the historic LeVeque Tower can start making plans for next year. The 150-room Marriott is now expected to open in spring 2016, its owners announced yesterday, and will occupy the fifth through 10th floors of the 46-floor building that opened in 1927.