Huntington Bank Huntington Settles Lawsuit Over FirstMerit Overdraft Fees By Jim Letizia • 6 hours ago Former customers of Akron-based FirstMerit Bank may get their overdraft fees refunded. FirstMerit/Huntington Transition Causing Problems For Some Consumers By Jim Letizia • Feb 25, 2017 Akron-based FirstMerit Bank's transition to Columbus-based Huntington Bank is making life difficult for some customers. Corporate Community Funding CCS Levy Campaign By Jim Letizia • Nov 4, 2016 youtube.com Finance reports show the campaign to get voters to approve the Columbus City Schools levy on next week's ballot has raised nearly 436 thousand dollars. Corporate Columbus Backs Organized Opposition To Ward Ballot Issue By Jim Letizia • Jul 23, 2016 Campaign finance reports show Columbus' corporate community is heavily backing the organized opposition to the August ballot issue expanding the size of Columbus City Council. Huntington Buys Naming Rights For Cleveland Convention Center By Associated Press • Apr 7, 2016 Columbus-based Huntington Bank is buying the naming rights to the Cleveland Convention Center ahead of the Republican National Convention this summer for 8 million dollars. Ginther Has Big Money Lead In Columbus Mayoral Race By Jim Letizia • Apr 24, 2015 WCBE Files Newly released campaign finance reports in the Columbus mayoral race contain no surprises. Civil Rights Group Suing Huntington Bank By Jim Letizia • Jul 12, 2013 A civil rights group is suing Columbus-based Huntington Bank, alleging the firm improperly closed the personal and business accounts of hundreds of Arab-Americans. Problems With Huntington Bank Online Service By Jim Letizia • Jan 25, 2013 Officials at Columbus-based Huntington Bank are investigating problems with their online banking system. Huntington To Add Jobs By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio • Oct 25, 2012 Listen Listening... / Steinour Soundbite Columbus-based Huntington Bank says it will start offering its own brand of credit card next year. Bank Donates Funds For Job Training And More By Jim Letizia • Sep 25, 2012 Columbus-based Huntington Bank says it will donate one-million dollars over the next three years to the Columbus Urban League for job training and small business support in the city's core neighborhoods.