Columbus City Council last night approved tax breaks for three private businesses.
Columbus City Council last night approved a new contract that requires more money be spent to clean up Saunders Park on the Near East Side.
The all-Democratic Columbus City Council last night appointed a new member.
The app-based ride sharing service Lyft says it will stop operating in Columbus on January 19th.
A Columbus School Board member and a former school board candidate are among the 8 finalists to fill a soon-to-be vacant seat on Columbus City Council.
The city of Columbus has adopted a new one thousand dollar per day fine to try and deter residential and commercial building owners from allowing their properties to become a public nuisance.
19 people have applied to fill a soon-to-be vacant seat on Columbus City Council.
The city of Columbus and Franklin County will each spend 250 thousand dollars in taxpayer money to promote the NHL All-Star Game in late January.
Columbus City Council last night accepted a 238 thousand dollar federal grant to help reduce a backlog of DNA tests in the municipal crime lab.
An overwhelming majority of Columbus voters approved changes to the City Charter Tuesday. The changes restrict the ability of citizens to place an initiative or referendum before the voters.
Columbus City Council last night appointed a former member of Mayor Michael Coleman's staff as the next council member.
Car sharing services may now operate legally in all of Columbus.
The future of six dilapidated trolley barns near Franklin Park takes a step forward tonight, when Columbus City Council votes on legislation that would help fund their rehabilitation.
Columbus City Council last night approved a 35 thousand dollar legal settlement with a man who claimed he was the victim of excessive use of force by a Columbus police officer during the Arnold Classic in March of last year.
Columbus City Council member Troy Miller says he is resigning at the end of September.
Funeral services are pending for Dan Schoedinger, a former Columbus City Council member who died in a bicycle accident in Montana on Sunday.
Columbus City Council tonight is expected to approve plans to build controversial new housing in the OSU campus area.
Columbus city officials say the Santa Maria, the replica of Christopher Columbus' flagship, is being pulled out of the Scioto River to make room for implementation of the Scioto Greenways plan.
Columbus City Council last night approved the sale of 485 million dollars worth of bonds to fund infrastructure projects.
Hundreds of central Ohioans participated in today's national Bike to Work Day.