Columbus Metropolitan Library

Dozens of central Ohio residents from around the world were sworn in yesterday in Columbus as U.S. citizens.


The Columbus Metropolitan Library is eliminating daily fines for overdue books and other materials on January 1.

A new Columbus library branch will sit on the site of a failed senior housing development in Hilliard. 


The Columbus Metropolitan Library's main branch will reopen this weekend after a year's worth of renovations.

Mike Foley

Spring break for many Columbus students begins next week.

The Columbus Metropolitan Library board has unanimously approved a new policy aimed at child abuse.


The Columbus Metropolitan Library is launching an automatic renewal program for past-due items.

Plans are in the works to bring a Columbus Metropolitan Library branch to Marion-Franklin.

Ground will be broken today on a new library in Whitehall.

Columbus Metropolitan Library officials are once again offering public school students help with their homework.

Columbus Metropolitan Library trustees have voted to sell the old Ohio School for the Deaf on Town Street to a local Catholic school.

City Council Roundup

Jan 29, 2013

Columbus City Council last night approved a tax break for a local company, and legislation removing the residential use restrictions on the old Ohio School For The Deaf on East Town Street.

Plans are in the works for a new Columbus library branch.

The Columbus Metropolitan Library board has voted to eliminate daily fines for overdue books.