Thanks to summer, festival season is officially underway in the 614! If you’re looking for something you can do this weekend with the entire family, head down to the Columbus Arts Festival. The festival is located on the Scioto Mile, Columbus’ riverfront park. It extends to Main and Rich streets and in front of COSI […]

Summer is here and teachers are asking for some changes going into the new school year! The Columbus Education Association has advised leadership to provide a 10-day notice of strike if negotiations aren’t broken down this summer. According to, the union hosted a meeting with the attendance of half its membership but the vote […]

Summer’s here and school is out but that doesn’t stop a reading challenge! This past Saturday was the start of The Columbus Metropolitan Library annual Summer Reading Challenge. The challenge started on June 1st and ends on August 3. Last year had the participation of 59,000 children, teens and adults in the 9-week program. You […]

Give the people what they want! This is the message Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther is standing by when it comes to selecting the next Cheif Police Officer. Yesterday was the first of six public forums with the residents of Columbus to share their input on the hiring of the next new police chief. People were […]

The weather is getting warmer and like most of us, it’s a time to get out of the house and enjoy the outdoors! For some of us, we don’t like being outside for festivals and sports, maybe you want to do indoor events with your family. Well if you haven’t gotten a Columbus Metropolitan Library […]

Columbus residents get ready for some more construction! This time it will be between Bethel Road and the Olentangy Trail as Columbus City Council voted May 6 to widen the trail. According to, construction will start this summer to widen the Trail and build a ramp from the trail to Bethel Road on the […]

We often take things for granted like our senses such as sight, sound, and smell. Imagine realizing your getting pulled over and you are deaf. How do you communicate with the officer? Well, no need to worry as Columbus Police has created a solution to bridge the gap within the deaf and law enforcement community. […]

  According to, Only 10 percent of eligible children in Columbus have access to free summer meals. Columbus City Council on Monday is set to approve funding to expand the city’s summer meal program to help bridge the gap.   The site is set to reach 700 children and will offer a variety of […]

Columbus City Schools just got a lot better by addressing mental health barriers within the school. The City is providing school counselors with training to help kids better identify health distress in class. According to, “Columbus City Schools said helping children thrive means addressing the whole child. Columbus City School counselors and school social […]

Summer is right around the corner and its a lot of places hiring. If you are wanting to work at a place that is all about fun then look no further. Scene 75 Columbus is looking to hire 170 people for various positions for the largest indoor family entertainment center. The open interviews will be […]