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Wolf’s Ridge Brewing opens Understory, which has three distinct venues, in the former Open Air School near campus.
Hoping to reap what they sow, Mid-Ohio Farm officials expect even more full bellies and enlightened minds as an expansion project begins this month.
A program within the Mid-Ohio Food Collective, the initiative is a seven-acre urban farm based on the Hilltop that grows fresh produce, provides agricultural education and promotes special farming techniques.
“As a basketball player growing up, my dream has always been to play in the NBA,” he wrote in a message posted to social media. “At this time, I am going to chase that dream and enter my name into the NBA Draft!”
Two new Columbus storefronts are providing their take on international cuisine, specifically desserts.
Finding the right expert can be challenging and fraught with pitfalls if testimony is inaccurate or contradicts that of other witnesses, attorneys and judges say. It also can be extremely helpful in helping jurors reach a verdict.
Since the launch of Black Transmen of Ohio in late 2020, Goins has connected men with basic free resources like hair clippers and vital gender-affirming care like emergency kits of free HRT hormone replacement therapy supplies and hygiene essentials.
Belle or Bella hasn’t budged from the top spot as the most-popular dog name in the county for the last eight years, and the rest of the top five remain about the same as recent years, too.
Husel’s team had been expected to present at least two other expert witnesses, however, those witnesses will no longer be called.
Whitehall is benefitting from being one of the last places in central Ohio where a shopper can still buy a home for under $200,000. Its stock of modest ranches, bungalows and Cape Cods built in the middle of last century provides an affordable destination for first-time buyers or those looking to downsize.
The parking lot the van is in now used to be a Big Bear Store supermarket, and then it was a Giant Eagle, said Monique McCoy, the mobile market manager. She remembers shopping there, but now people have to go to Kroger, about a mile and a half west on Broad Street.
On the morning of Jan. 11, auditors found more than 34,000 pieces of undelivered mail at the South Columbus post office at 445 E. Innis Ave., the vast majority being letters, according to a draft report of an audit released online this month.
The case hung like a shadow over Dick Harp, and his daughter saw this. While her father focused on the ways he’d been thwarted in his investigation, Jennifer Harp-Yanka came to focus on what made Swango a killer.
If the sun isn’t shining, Columbus still offers a chance for kids to meet some butterflies, interact with Marvel heroes, go ice skating or swimming or trampolining, or play games of all sorts.
The facility, which opened in January, is smaller than Amazon’s traditional fulfillment centers but manages to house every step of distribution under one roof, from the moment a customer completes a purchase to that product going out for delivery.
The entire process for making the tonkotsu, or pork bone broth, takes 20 hours. It is the base for most of the 10 signature ramen bowls – from classic shoyu to spicy miso – offered at Kyushu.
Republicans on the Ohio Redistricting Commission effectively scrapped legislative maps crafted by two hired mapmakers Monday evening – instead, asking staff to adjust previously passed maps that the Ohio Supreme Court rejected as unconstitutional.
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To help students lower the cost of proms, library staff got in touch with Fairy Goodmothers, a Columbus-based volunteer organization that collects and donates dresses to high school youths. The group provided more than 500 gowns — donated to the library by area residents or local retailers, mostly new and some gently used.
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Ohio State held its annual pro day on Wednesday with 11 former players going through workouts at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.
“Choosing to play for Coach Holtmann has been the best decision for me not only as a player but as a person,” Liddell wrote in a statement posted to his official Twitter page. “I will cherish the time and commitment of Buckeye Nation. I hope the feeling is mutual! With that, I’d like to announce that I will be hiring an agent and entering the 2022 NBA Draft.”
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