A pep rally was held at Starlight School to celebrate nine special Olympic athletes who will be going to states this June.
To make this happen, area masons donated $600 to help fund their big trip to Columbus where they will compete at the Ohio State University.
" All that money basically helps to fund state events and it costs $140 per athlete and per person. So we have coaches going also as well as volunteers and so nobody pays a thing so we have to fund all that stuff...
Health officials are monitoring a central Ohio mumps outbreak that has spread to outlying counties and local health experts are urging people to get their MMR vaccinations.
Nearly 90 cases of mumps have been reported in Ohio, areas affected include Franklin, Licking, Fairfield, Hamilton and Union counties. The Zanesville Muskingum County Health Department says in order for vaccines to be effective mass amounts of people must receive them.
One thing Ohio State has done consistently well this season is run the football. Carlos Hyde and Braxton Miller lead an offense that's been unstoppable at times. But if there's a team that can stop them, it would be Michigan State. The Spartans are equally tough at stopping the run, leading the nation in rushing defense. Needless to say, something's gotta give this weekend in the Big Ten Championship Game.
One thing is for sure, the Buckeyes will be ready for...
The Ohio State University says it plans to beef up campus security after an online threat. Campus Police says they have information regarding a potential shooting or another act of violence Monday at the school’s Columbus Campus. Police says they’re taking the threat seriously.
We know how the Buckeye football team did on the field tonight in Bloomington, but six hours away in Zanesville, some former Buckeyes came out to Buffalo Wild Wings to share their stories and greet some fans.
Former Buckeyes James Cotton, Courtland Boulard, and Maurice Clarett were on hand to sign autographs for fans and raise some money for charity.
There was a silent auction on many autographed items and even a raffle for Michigan tickets. Cotton says it's a chance for...
Urban Meyer has yet to set foot in Ohio Stadium when it will actually mean something, and depending on who you talk to, he won't even do that this fall. The tarnished program that Meyer inherited will not be going to a bowl game this year, while this offseason, the program under the microscope has done very little to stay out of trouble.
The latest offender hits Southeast Ohio a little too close to home.
As the blog Eleven Warriors first reported last night, Buckeye senior...