A. Kevin Corvo, The Columbus Dispatch

A. Kevin Corvo

The Columbus Dispatch

Hilliard, OH, United States

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Hilliard City Schools: Muslim holiday approved on district calendar

Hilliard City Schools Board of Education approved through the 2025-26 calendars and included the Muslim holiday long fought for recognition by students. → Read More

Hilliard: New program at The Hub teaches students about sustainability, food insecurity

Hilliard ILC brings in an artist-in-residence to help with a new program to teach students about living in a sustainable world. → Read More

National Veterans Memorial and Museum spotlights dogs' role in war, veterans' lives

Each hand-carved wooden dog that will be featured this month at the National Veterans Memorial and Museum tells a war story. → Read More

Rabbit, pheasant and turtle: New Frank's Fish & Seafood Market open on Hilliard-Rome Road

Rabbit, pheasant and turtle meat and alligator sausage are among some of the exotic fare available at the new 8,000-square-foot Frank’s Fish & Seafood Market II that opened in August at 2410 Hilliard-Rome Road in Columbus, just south of Hilliard. → Read More

Norwich Township firefighter Heith Good to receive award during Hilliard's 9/11 ceremony

Norwich Township firefighter among those to be recognized by the TSA → Read More

Franklin County Fair will operate at full capacity July 19-25

After a one-year hiatus, thousands of guests will return to the fairgrounds in Hilliard from July 19-25 for the 104th edition of the Franklin County Fair. → Read More

Live music resuming in Dublin's Bridge Park

The sound of jazz music rising above the din of a steady stream of customers enjoying brunch on an early Saturday afternoon in Dublin’s Bridge Park was one indication business as usual at some local restaurants might be returning to normal. → Read More

After three years, Hill Farm's proposed 229 houses at Scioto Darby and Elliott roads back in play

Three years after Hilliard City Council rejected a proposed rezoning by M/I Homes to build 229 single-family residences at Scioto Darby and Elliott roads, the project known as Hill Farm recently received a positive recommendation, with modifications, from the Hilliard Planning and Zoning Commission. → Read More

South-Western's David Stewart chosen as next Hilliard superintendent

The Hilliard City Schools board has selected David Stewart to become the district's next superintendent, succeeding John Marschhausen, who resigned April 30 to become superintendent of neighboring Dublin City Schools. → Read More

Construction begins this summer on Courtyards at Carr Farms

Construction on the first phase of the Courtyards at Carr Farms is expected to begin this summer more than five years after the development was first proposed. → Read More

Dublin's Bridge Park development more than half finished

Build-out will continue at Dublin’s Bridge Park for about the next five years, and when finished, the 32-acre development will showcase approximately $600 million in private investment. → Read More

Dublin school board hires Hilliard's John Marschhausen as next full-time superintendent

Dublin Board of Education members on April 5 officially hired John Marschhausen, who since 2013 has served as superintendent of neighboring Hilliard City Schools. → Read More

Pandemic-related stressors cited as Dublin City Schools Superintendent Todd Hoadley steps down

Dublin City Schools Superintendent Todd Hoadley is stepping down from his position but will remain with the district, according to the school board. → Read More

Avid Hotel in Hilliard expected to open in March after nearly one-year delay

The opening of an Avid Hotel at the northeast corner of Cemetery Road and Lyman Drive in Hilliard is expected in March after it was delayed almost a year by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Fire department investigates cause of Hilliard apartment complex fire

Norwich Township Fire Department investigators are investigating the cause of a two-alarm fire that destroyed a building at the Crystal Lake Apartments → Read More

More details coming soon on Hilliard City Schools' Inclusivity and Justice Task Force

By the end of the week, Hilliard City Schools leaders might announce more details about the scope of a new Inclusivity and Justice Task Force.As of Monday, June 8, the details are “still being worked out,” Stacie Raterman, director of communications.Task-force members will be named at the next Hilliard school board meeting June 15, according to Superintendent John Marschhausen.The district on… → Read More

Honor Flight Columbus suspends 2020 trips to Washington

Honor Flight Columbus has suspended all missions for 2020, executive director Pete MacKenzie said May 27. The nine-member board of directors of Honor → Read More

UPDATED: Hilliard council could decide May 26 on pool openings

Hilliard City Council could decide Tuesday, May 26, whether the city’s two pools will open for the season. “The administration needs a signal → Read More

Grave marker keeps Little Bighorn soldier's memory alive in Hilliard

A weathered stone obelisk that arrived last winter at Weaver Park in Old Hilliard says that 21-year-old Weston Harrington was killed at the Battle of the → Read More

Hilliard likely will stick with decision to keep pools closed for season

Although Gov. Mike DeWine announced Thursday, May 14, that pools would be permitted to open later this month if certain conditions are met to help prevent → Read More