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The future of Woodland Meadows, a parklike property since the removal of its notorious tenements, remains murky after it failed to sell at a foreclosure auction yesterday.
Columbus City Schools is poised to become one of the first public districts in Ohio to offer benefits to most employees' same-sex partners, a move that is drawing fire from some in the union.
Mary Rutan Hospital's maternity unit had lax infection control, with problems that included outdated tools and medications and anesthesiologists who didn't wear masks during spinal procedures, according to the Ohio Department of Health.
For a number of years, if you played in a recreational league at the ball fields on Ohio State's West Campus, you parked free.
A light breeze and sunny skies drew an early crowd of art-lovers Downtown yesterday for the opening of the Columbus Arts Festival.
CENTERBURG, Ohio -- Upset Centerburg High School seniors gathered yesterday afternoon in front of the school, clad in their red caps and gowns after a cheating scandal scuttled their graduation ceremony.
Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner is reviewing purchases made by her state campaign to determine whether they included equipment for her U.S. Senate campaign, which would be a violation of federal regulations.
BEDFORD, Va. -- The names are listed on bronze plaques along a semicircular concrete wall: Americans to the left; British, Canadian, Australian and French to the right.
A man found dead in a Northwest Side condominium on Thursday left a note saying that he committed suicide after discovering that his female roommate had killed herself, police say.