Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman's 2014 city budget proposal raises spending on public safety by $15 million.
2013 was a year of progress when it comes to development in downtown Columbus.
At this time last year, Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman was already talking about 2013 as a year when the community would join hands to improve education.
The Franklin County Board of Elections says a citizens group has collected enough valid petition signatures to place a measure on the May ballot that would end the city of Columbus' purchase contract for Nationwide Arena.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman continues to support the use of casino tax dollars for the public purchase of Nationwide Arena.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman today unveiled the 14th budget proposal of his tenure.
The Columbus Council Of PTAs and PTOs voted Tuesday night not to endorse the Columbus City Schools 9.01 mil combined levy and bond issue.
Unity was the theme of a memorial service held in Columbus for the victims of the terrorist attacks that took place a dozen years ago in New York City, Washington D. C. and Shanksville Pennsylvania.
Columbus City Schools were among the districts receiving bad news Thursday as the State Department of Education released it's annual report cards.
Democratic Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman and mayors of other Ohio cities are asking Republican U.S. Senator Rob Portman of Ohio to change his vote against a piece of gun control legislation.
The Columbus City Schools Board has voted to put a levy on the November ballot.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman has ordered fire hydrants be opened today and Friday at Beatty Recreation Center, Driving Park, Linden Park and Westgate Park from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The Columbus School board meets tonight to appoint an interim superintendent to take over when Gene Harris steps down at the end of the week.
Columbus City officials this morning outlined plans for a bond package to be placed on the November Ballot.
The Ohio House has approved a bill targeting the Columbus City Schools.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman says he will not support any permanent successor to Columbus Schools superintendent Gene Harris if the school board hires one by the summer.
Members of Mayor Michael Coleman's Education Commission appear divided on how the Columbus City Schools should be run.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman’s Education Commission later this month will explore whether an elected school board is the best way to run the Columbus City Schools.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman made no major promises in his 14th State of The City Speech delivered last night at South High School.
When the Columbus Education Commission was formed last year, it was presented as a joint effort of the civic, business, and education sectors.