Holly Zachariah, The Columbus Dispatch

Holly Zachariah

The Columbus Dispatch

Marysville, OH, United States

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Past articles by Holly:

A farewell thank you: Sharing in your joys and heartbreaks has been my greatest honor

After more than 30 years as a journalist, and 22 years at The Dispatch, reporter Holly Zachariah thanks readers and says goodbye to the business she loved. → Read More

William Husel trial: Another ICU doctor testifies he didn't use high painkiller doses

As the trial of former Mount Carmel doctor William Husel continues, another physician takes the stand to testify about procedures. → Read More

Mount Carmel pharmacist on Husel's painkiller orders: "I had concerns about the doses"

The trial of William Husel, the former Mount Carmel Health doctor accused of fatally overdosing patients in his care, continues. → Read More

Nonprofit group for families of kids with life-threatening illnesses expanding reach

A Kid Again provides regular, free adventures for entire families who have a child with a life-threatening illness. Now it is expanding its reach. → Read More

Valentine's Day: Dublin couple say laughter is key to their 77-year marriage

Henry and Mary Baker, of Dublin, have been married for nearly 78 years. Reflecting for Valentine's Day, the couple says laughter is key. → Read More

AT&T announces free internet option in Columbus thanks to Affordable Connectivity Plan

Are you eligible for free internet access in the Greater Columbus market? Check here. → Read More

Winter Storm Landon got its name from, of all places, the Weather Channel

Why do we name winter storms now? Look to the Weather Channel for an answer. → Read More

Rhoden killings: Initial questioning of jurors set for July in case against George Wagner IV

A Pike County judge Wednesday set dates for jury selection and a trial in the aggravated murder case against George Wagner IV for the Rhoden killings → Read More

Kerry Manion spent decades as animal cruelty investigator seeing 'dark side of humanity'

After 40 years with Columbus Humane, chief animal cruelty investigator Kerry Manion has retired but wants a new fund to help animals to be his legacy. → Read More

Marysville Hampton Inn remains closed after suspected carbon monoxide leak hospitalizes 11

Investigators were at the Hampton Inn in Marysville on Sunday to find the source of a carbon monoxide poisoning that sent 11 people to the hospital. → Read More

Union County Humane Society among those celebrating Betty White's legacy

A social media campaign in honor of the late Betty White's 100th birthday encourages fans to honor the actress's legacy with animal welfare donations. → Read More

COVID-weary nurse: Gracie the labradoodle 'gives us a moment to pause from the craziness'

To comfort the staff at Mount Carmel Grove City during the pandemic, Chief Nursing Officer Denise Minor brings her therapy dog in for rounds. → Read More

Rhoden killings: Attorney for George Wagner IV says prosecutors 'made a deal with the devil'

A Pike County judge ruled that aggravated murder charges and the death penalty remain on the table for George Wagner IV, Jake Wagner's older brother. → Read More

Columbus police investigating city's latest homicide on Southeast Side

Columbus police say one man was shot to death inside a home on the city's Southeast Side Sunday afternoon. → Read More

Sunday crash on the Northwest Side sends two Columbus police officers to hospital

A crash Sunday afternoon at the intersection of Bethel and Sawmill roads injured two Columbus police officers → Read More

Columbus police flyer identifies victim of Friday night homicide as 20-year-old

Columbus police post flyer to social media that identifies the victim of Friday night homicide on the city's Northeast Side as 20-year-old → Read More

Grandmother of young homicide victims: 'They didn’t have to kill those babies.'

Friends, relatives of the victims of Tuesday's triple homicide on the city's Southeast Side talk about the loved ones they lost. → Read More

'This one was different,' lead Columbus investigator says of impact of triple homicide

An entire community is reeling over Tuesday night's triple homicide where the victims included two Canal Winchester elementary school students → Read More

As Mobile Newsroom reporters move to Driving Park, the Northland team offers reflections

Reporters Micah Walker and Holly Zachariah reflect on The Dispatch's inaugural Mobile Newsroom assignment. → Read More

Law enforcement officer, suspect shot in Southeast Columbus

A law enforcement officer was shot Wednesday morning on Four Seasons Drive in Columbus' Southeast Side, in addition to a suspect. → Read More