For Gregg Dodd the New Year means a new resolution and another chance to inspire.
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Saturday, the 15th annual Hoops for Hope 3 on 3 basketball tournament will take place at Dublin Scioto High School. The event has served as …
After a career in the military, Brad Genereux felt isolated and was searching for a purpose. He found it in an unlikely place and is now hel…
It’s Pride Month, and what better way to celebrate than with song? This weekend, the Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus is doing just that, celebrati…
For the first time Franklin Heights High School’s graduating class includes a senior on her way to the United States Naval Academy.
In 2016 Komen Columbus chose five honorary chairs to represent Race for the Cure.
Columbus Craft Beer Week gets “tapped” today and this year event will be bigger than ever.
The idea was simple–a day dedicated to bringing the community together to discuss problems and possible solutions.
Rossen Milanov has quite a resume, he is the music director of the Princeton symphony, the OSPA in Spain and the Columbus Symphony Orchestra…
Each year The Harmony Project and Columbus City Schools team together for South High Harmony.
Since opening a little more than two years ago Hot Chicken Takeover has seen massive growth.
More and more social enterprise is becoming part of our landscape. Businesses that are interested in more than just making money and custome…
For Quay Barnes, being a part of something is in her genes.
In 2003 after the death of his business partner, Brian Reed found himself searching for his mojo in life.
A building in Mansfield is a hotbed of paranormal activity attracting people from all over the world to make contact with the other side.
For someone that has never had cancer it might be a surprise to hear that a diagnosis doesn’t really stop after treatment.
The All American Quarter Horse Congress is celebrating 50 years in central Ohio. On Wednesday, the annual quarter horse parade took place in…
Since it started in 2009, Pelotonia has raised over 118 million dollars.
Our first Everyday Hero, Delaware County Emergency Medical Services Chief, Michael Schuiling.
Congratulations to Voice4Columbus winner DeMeeshia Marshall.