City of Columbus


Columbus city and school district officials yesterday celebrated the opening of a new early childhood learning center in Linden, something they hope to replicate in other neighborhoods.


Columbus City Council tonight is scheduled to consider a ban on unnecessary travel by city employees to North Carolina in protest of that state's recently enacted law mandating which public restrooms transgender people are allowed to use.

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Columbus city officials are investigating three Parking Violations Bureau employees for falsifying their time cards.


Columbus city officials say the effort to demolish or rehabilitate abandoned houses has reduced the number of vacant buildings by one thousand since 2012.

The City of Columbus has dropped its lawsuit against the state over the law that banned the use of traffic enforcement cameras.

More than 800 Columbus College of Art and Design students have signed a petition asking the city of Columbus to declare the campus area of Cleveland Avenue and East Broad Street a school zone.

Some Columbus city employees are among thousands linked to the affair-seeking website AshleyMadison.com.

It will cost Columbus taxpayers more to dump their trash and collect their recyclables this year. 

Brick-and-mortar restaurant owners and food truck operators say they want the city of Columbus to take more time to craft newly-proposed regulators governing how and where food trucks may operate. 

The City of Columbus and the Fraternal Order of police have reached a new contract agreement.