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Past articles by Stephanie:

Family, community celebrate Andre' Hill's birthday with park dedication

The Millennium Movement dedicated No More Names, Last Stand Community Park in honor of Hill, who would have turned 48 on Sunday. → Read More

Buckeye Lake Winery kitchen 'total loss' following fire, owner details plans moving forward

The winery's owner said no one was hurt, but the kitchen is a total loss from the flames. → Read More

Gahanna community gathers to combat food insecurity

Crossroads Columbus Church invited members and families to put together 30,000 snack pack boxes → Read More

Independent pharmacies working to tackle COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy

Independent pharmacies have played a key role in COVID-19 vaccine rollout, according to the executive director for the Ohio Pharmacist Association. → Read More

Columbus organization using fanny packs to help educate women on how to stay safe

The goal of Operation Safety Packs is to protect women, especially seniors, while they’re out and about. → Read More

Mothers of Casey Goodson Jr., Ma'Khia Bryant speak at city hall gathering

Tamala Payne and Paula Bryant were among 100 people speaking about those who have died at the hands of law enforcement. → Read More

Wonderbus Music and Arts Festival is returning to Columbus

When the two-day event kicks off August 28, festival goers can expect 28 acts, vendors and food. → Read More

Amazon opening 3 more delivery stations in Columbus, providing hundreds of job opportunities

The new station will be located on Busch Boulevard, and the two others that have recently opened are on Sunbury Road and Collings Drive. → Read More

Olentangy Local School District students make blankets for hospital patients

The students got together through video chat to make hand-tied blankets for hospital patients. → Read More

Feeling neck and back pain lately? Here's what chiropractors say you can do

Two central Ohio chiropractors offered some easy tips to help relief some of your pain. → Read More

Columbus bicycle club hopes to break the cycle of youth violence

Remember Us Urban Scouts launched its mobile bike shop over the weekend to focus on youth development and community engagement. → Read More

Dublin teens hold rally to support AAPI communities

People who showed up to the vigil with signs that read, “Stop Asian Hate,” and “Solidarity Against Hate Crimes.” → Read More

Police: No reports filed regarding claims of ‘serial rapist’ targeting women in Columbus, Grandview area

A post shared on social media claims that a white man in his 20s is believed by police to have committed four rapes in the area in the last month. → Read More

Westerville church celebrates one full year of drive-in services

The church started the drive-in service after COVID-19 forced them to shut their doors back in March of last year. → Read More

Columbus waives permit fee for restaurants applying to continued outdoor seating program

On March 15, the City of Columbus officially continued its outdoor seating program for restaurants. → Read More

Columbus homeless shelter continues COVID-19 safety plans, anticipates an increase in people needing help

The Faith Mission homeless shelter has transformed its facility to add more living spaces while accomodating for COVID-19 safety measures. → Read More

Columbus mothers who lost their children to violence push for change

Behind each victim is a family left behind to grieve. Some use that grief to help what happened to them, not happen to someone else. → Read More

Mother works to stop the spread of violence in Columbus

For the families who are trying to heal after losing someone to violence, seeing more reports of violence almost every morning, opens past wounds. → Read More

Central Ohio tow truck drivers put in long hours during storm; bracing for more snow on the way

One tow truck driver said he worked from 8 a.m. Monday and did not get home until just before midnight. → Read More

Grocery and hardware stores see an increase in customers ahead of potential winter storm

People are prepping for the large snow fall anticipated for early in the week. → Read More