Many central Ohio hospitals are loosening their visitor policies implemented at the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak. 

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Columbus Crew SC today announced the groundbreaking of its future training facility.

Dublin City Schools have donated N95-masks to OhioHealth. 

The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted OhioHealth to implement a no visitor policy at all of its hospitals and care centers. The policy took effect this morning. 

Mount Carmel Health System says it plans to turn a closed store in Reynoldsburg into a freestanding emergency department. 


Columbus has a specialized vehicle to treat stroke patients wherever the incident takes place. The Mobile Stroke

Columbus City Council last night approved spending 649 thousand dollars to settle eight lawsuits filed by 36 Upper Arlington residents out of the 2015 natural gas explosion that destroyed or damaged 28 homes. 

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Columbus City Council last night approved an ordinance cracking down on so-called “aggressive” panhandling. 

Columbus voters Tuesday re-elected Democrats Shannon Hardin, Priscilla Tyson and Mitch Brown to Columbus City Council. 

The City of Columbus, OhioHealth, and the Ohio Department of Transportation are collaborating on a series of public infrastructure projects to improve access within the North Broadway and Olentangy River Road corridors.

Franklin County Sheriff's Office

Grant Medical Center officials have cleared three security guards of wrongdoing for their roles in a confrontation with a man earlier this month. 

Franklin County Sheriff's Office

Charges have been dropped against the man assaulted by three Grant Medical Center security guards outside the hospital Monday night 

Three Grant Medical Center security officers have been suspended for allegedly assaulting a black man outside the hospital. 


OhioHealth has started delivering primary care services to Hilltop-area residents through a mobile medical clinic. 

The City of Columbus is giving a local health system a 6 million dollar tax break to build a new headquarters near the Route 315 and North Broadway interchange.

Two dozen concertgoers in Richland County suffered medical symptoms after they ate candy laced with a drug found in marijuana.

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Survivors of sexual assault and relationship violence now have a free way to talk to a trained advisor at any time of day and from anywhere in Ohio.

Construction could begin as early as April on a major expansion of Grant Medical Center.

Columbus City Council tonight is expected to approve spending 450-thousand dollars on two programs that help underprivileged youth and pregnant women. 

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is suing Riverside Methodist Hospital for firing an employee with a disability.