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Grove City Woman Killed in Hocking County Crash
ATHENS – Troopers with the Athens Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol are investigating a two-vehicle fatal crash on U.S. 33 near Milepost 7 in Hocking County, Ohio. On September 20, 2023 at approximately 5:02 P.M, the Athens Highway Patrol Post was notified of the crash. Troopers respondedand arrived on scene at approximately 5:13 P.M.
Police: Suspect fired shots at officers in Franklinton
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Columbus Division of Police is searching for a suspect who reportedly fired shots at officers in the Franklinton neighborhood Friday morning. A spokesperson with the police department said officers were in the area of Canonby Place around 2:10 a.m. on patrol duty and reported hearing shots being fired close by.
Security guard at homeless shelter in serious condition after stabbing
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – One person was hospitalized after a stabbing at a homeless shelter in the Milo-Grogan neighborhood Thursday night. According to Columbus police, the stabbing happened at approximately 8:10 p.m. on East 8th Avenue at the Faith Mission homeless shelter. Police say the suspect, 51-year-old Robert Atkinson, was upset after being denied a […]
Grove City – Police Seek ID for Man that Stole Hundreds in Lego Sets
Grove City – Police are asking the public to ID a man wanted in a theft of hundreds of dollars in Lego sets from a local Meijer store. According to Grove City police, the theft occurred on August 5, 2023, since then they have worked to ID the suspect and now have turned to the public to help.
Meet the West Side pizzeria that’s slinging some of the best new pies in the city
It’s about 4 o’clock on a Friday, and things are ramping up at Hilltop’s Westside Slice. It’s hot outside, and even hotter in the kitchen, as temps inside regularly reach into the triple digits with the pizza oven on all day. The locale is unassuming but quaint.
US Marshals, Columbus SWAT arrest twin brothers for July murder in Italian Village
Twin brothers who have been wanted since July for a Columbus murder have been apprehended. Levander Davis, 25, of the North Side, and De'Andre Davis, 25, of Italian Village, were arrested Thursday by members of the U.S. Marshals Southern Ohio Fugitive Apprehension Strike Team (SOFAST) and the Columbus Division of Police SWAT. They are being held in the Franklin County jail.
Grove City's Oldest Black-Owned Business, E.E. Ward Moving and Storage, Receives National Recognition
E.E. Ward Moving and Storage, based in Grove City, is Central Ohio's longest-running Black-owned business. It recently earned national recognition from the U.S. Small Business Association (SBA). In 1881, the company started and it's now recognized as the National Legacy Business. This honor marks its leadership and vital community contributions.
3 Columbus police officers injured by vehicles in 2 separate incidents Wednesday night
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Three officers with the Columbus Division of Police were injured late Wednesday night in two separate incidents in east Columbus that both involved being struck by vehicles. The first incident occurred in the 1300 block of Coburg Road shortly after 11:30 p.m. after officers received a...
A new restaurant has opened in Columbus, Ohio
A new restaurant has come to Columbus. In case you missed it, on September 1, Fifteen32 Social celebrated its grand opening. You can find the new spot at 1532 Bethel Rd in Columbus.
1 hurt, 10 displaced after Columbus apartment fire
Investigators believe the fire was an accident, saying someone didn't properly discard a cigarette or cigar, causing a third floor balcony to burn and spread.
Massive crime sweep yields 4,400 arrests in 20 cities, including Columbus
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — The U.S. Marshals Service announced the arrests of 4,455 "violent fugitives," including some in Central Ohio. Marshals carrying out Operation North Star III cleared 2,818 violent warrants in 20 cities, including Columbus and Cleveland, according to a news release. ALSO | Officer struck by suspect...
Warehouse District parking lot could become seven-story apartment building
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — A surface parking lot Downtown — this time, in the Warehouse District — could be turned into a multi-story apartment building. Real estate developer Riewald and architect NBBJ have proposed building a seven-story building in place of the parking lot at 281 E. Spring St., according to an application scheduled to […]
Fairfield County – Box Truck Heading to Concert Busted with Full Load of Drugs
Fairfield County – A man has a million-dollar bond after being stopped and arrested for a truck full of drugs heading to a concert. According to Reynoldsburg police on Wednesday, September, 20th a driver of a box truck heading to a concert venue in Licking County was pulled over for a traffic violation. During that stop indicators noticed by the officer sparked an investigation. During that time a free air sniff was performed by K-9 Raider and his handler Ofc. Downing. A positive response initiated a search of the property. Opening up the back of the box truck uncovered a significant drug bust that consisted of.
Star Columbus chef closing one restaurant concept, but opening another
The days are numbered for Cove, a Seafood Joint, but a brand-new concept is already in the works to replace it. The eatery opened last summer inside of standout chef Josh Dalton’s “restaurant incubator” space. Located at 15 E. Winter St. in Delaware, the building has been used by Dalton as a test kitchen for a variety of his concepts.
at Thursday Schedule at WCHS
Today’s home schedule…. Boys Soccer home vs Grove City – click here for tickets.
Mid-Ohio Market at Gantz Road to open this fall
The Mid-Ohio Food Collective’s community pantry in Grove City is the busiest in central Ohio. People in need of food used to come into the pantry, located at 3960 Brookham Drive, to pick up needed goods. When the novel coronavirus hit in 2020, the food pantry could no longer allow people inside, but offered a drive-thru service. More than three years later, the drive-thru is still going strong.
Notre Dame vs. Ohio State prediction, pick, spread, football game odds, live stream, watch online, TV channel
Fans get a top-10 matchup in South Bend, Indiana, on Saturday night when No. 9 Notre Dame hosts No. 6 Ohio State. The game is a rematch from last season when the Buckeyes opened the year with a 21-10 win over the Fighting Irish at Ohio Stadium. Hopefully, this game will feature more points than that. Given the offensive talent on both teams, it's hard to imagine it won't.
Third South Side murder suspect believed to have fired fatal shot
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – The third suspect arrested this week in connection to a southeast Columbus murder last year allegedly had a larger role than originally reported. Tyreese Fields, originally an unknown shooting victim one year ago, was arrested Wednesday and named a third suspect in the death of Daeshawn Simington. Simington was killed on […]
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Pets Up for Adoption in Ashville, OH
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Ashville.
MANCI inmate's June 2 death has been ruled a homicide
The death of a Mansfield Correctional Institution inmate James Johnson, 51, of Columbus, who was found dead in his cell June 2, was caused by "blunt force injuries of the head," according to Dr. Mary Goolsby, forensic pathologist and deputy coroner at the Montgomery County Medical Examiner's Office who performed the autopsy. Richland County Coroner Daniel Burwell ruled Johnson's death a homicide, according to his autopsy, which the News Journal obtained Wednesday. ...