Glenn McEntyre,

Glenn McEntyre

Columbus, OH, United States

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Past articles by Glenn:

Forced to Fight? Criminal investigation into whether corrections officers forced inmates to fight for entertainment

An attorney for one of the inmates calls it a "despicable" abuse of power. → Read More

Limits of free speech: Westerville police officer on leave over social media posts

The posts include political statements and comments about the ongoing "Black Lives Matter" protest movement. → Read More

Neighbors’ strong rejection of homes for disabled youth leaves hurt feelings, accusations of discrimination

Strong emotions, hurt feelings, and accusations of discrimination, after a debate over a home for young people with disabilities. → Read More

Columbus State to remove statue of Christopher Columbus; is City Hall next?

Columbus State Community College announced it will remove a 40-foot, 20-ton statue of Columbus from its campus. → Read More

Plans underway to preserve, exhibit protest-inspired art covering Columbus storefronts

The Greater Columbus Arts Council says they are still working out the details of how the art will be preserved and exhibited. → Read More

With most community pools closed by COVID-19, families search for summer recreation

As 10TV found, while city facilities may be closed, the great outdoors is wide open. → Read More

Columbus City Schools teachers join in protests at Ohio Statehouse

The teachers say educators have a duty to stand up for their students. → Read More

Looted Short North business owner: 'Don't lock your doors tighter, open your arms wider'

A surprising message of hope from owner of store trashed by vandals, looters. → Read More

Police ask for help finding Westerville woman who disappeared the night of her birthday

Emily Noble was last seen on May 24. → Read More

'The baby has got to be found': Search continues for missing 5-year-old boy in Adams County

Cameron Walters was reported missing at the Mineral Springs Campground Monday evening. → Read More

Pearl Market returns to downtown Columbus with some changes

The open-air farmers market happens every year from May to October on Pearl Alley at Gay Street in downtown Columbus. → Read More

Local restaurants get creative to boost safety as they welcome customers back

From QR code menus, to wood-framed table dividers. → Read More

Ohio's small-town businesses struggle to survive COVID-19 shutdown

In small-town Ohio, survival of those businesses is even more critical. → Read More

Deluge swamps Circleville church housing homeless shelter, food pantry

Every section of the multi-ministry building was under water. → Read More

Even as Ohio reopens economy, some small business owners closing for good

New Albany restaurant owners say moving forward under restrictions is not sustainable. → Read More

Morrow County great-grandmother survives COVID-19, surprised with 'welcome home' parade

Linda Ullom, 71, lost nearly a month of her life to COVID-19. → Read More

Ohio State nurse spends off-hours sewing masks, caps for fellow frontliners

Patty Potts' nomination came from the last person you might expect. → Read More

Ohio State giving out free community care kits to prevent spread of COVID-19

The kits contain isolation masks, soap, hand sanitizer, dental hygiene supplies, water and educational materials. → Read More

Westerville asks community to "Light the Path" to honor seniors graduating during pandemic

School closures mean the loss of traditional graduation ceremonies for Class of 2020. → Read More

Columbus LGBTQ youth center expanding services to Union County

Kaleidoscope says services like these are especially needed in Ohio's rural communities. → Read More