Columbus, OH – Earlier this month, the Columbus Society of Communicating Arts sponsored a competition to create a new marketing image for the state of Ohio. The challenge, which required both a new symbol and license plate design, was met with interesting results, as WCBE intern Casey Best reports.
For videos of the top two speakers, visit: http://www.cscarts.org/events/2009-03-12.php
Last week's green tip was a preview of how to slow down your junk mail. This week's green tip will begin to detail how to remove your name, personal and business information from marketing lists, data brokers, and other organizations.
With the temperatures dropping, cold air trying to seep into our buildings, and our money quickly evaporating due to rising costs, it's time to plug the leaks. Finding and sealing the leaky areas in your home or business to conserve energy can help to slow down the leak in your wallet as well. Most Americans could use this right now.
There are several simple steps that most people can do to literally plug the leaks in their homes and businesses to reduce energy consumption.
Free stuff is on the loose and on the rise! It's bad for the environment, your health and the bottom line. From junk mail to organizations you support to school fundraisers to school/community carnivals to fast food restaurants to financial institutions to foundations to libraries and so on, cheaply made and/or excessive stuff (usually plastic junk) is being offered, sent and forced upon most Americans on nearly a daily basis. Help! Free stuff overload!
For the past sixteen weeks I have been writing green tips to encourage and help people from all shades of green to be more green. These tips have been aimed at the "new to green" to the "doing some green" to the "established green". From the beginning I indicated that these tips would be simple and easy, tips that can be implemented by almost anyone. Many of these tips don't cost any money, but in fact save your money, someone else's money and most importantly, save the environment.
Columbus – Ohio Governor Ted Strickland says 149 infrastructure projects in the state will be fully or partially funded by federal economic stimulus money. Columbus projects include the $14 million widening of an access road at Rickenbacker Airport, a $25 million upgrade of Parsons and Livingston Avenues as part of the expansion of Children's Hospital, a $300,000 rehabilitation of the Camp Chase Railroad Bridge, and a $5.5 million conversion of Front Street into a two-way street. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Columbus, OH – A 34 year-old Hocking County man makes a living by using his chainsaw to create art. Fred Kight of member station WOUB in Athens stopped by the man's outdoor studio-gallery on U.S. 33 north of Nelsonville
Columbus, OH – Competition among cities for business, jobs and a skilled workforce is heating up. According to the latest benchmarking report released by Community Research Partners, Columbus is holding its own but definitely needs some improvement. Alison Holm reports.
To read the full report, visit: http://www.communityresearchpartners.org/14651.cfm?action=detail&id=131