Share the story of how you and your family arrived in Columbus. Are you proud of your Irish roots? Do you come from Appalachia? Are you Italian or Jewish or Russian? What part of history did your family witness? Read More
Although connected through history, Grandview Heights, Marble Cliff and Upper Arlington have evolved into three unique communities; a tribute to the legacies of those leaders and dreamers who collectively made Tri-Village what it is today.
Learn about life in the largest Jewish neighborhood in central Ohio, a grassroots effort to save the Drexel Theatre, Bexley’s commitment to schools, and explore the natural beauty of the only municipality to be designated an arboretum. Watch Monday at 9pm, May…Read More
About Columbus Neighborhoods
WOSU Public Media’s Columbus Neighborhoods started as a documentary series to celebrate the city’s bicentennial in 2012 and has grown into an extensive community outreach project with storytelling sessions, public forums, lesson plans, news reports on 89.7 NPR News, and premiere events. This site is your resource to help us continue creating community, one story at a time.
Learn more about your neighborhood’s history and discover the treasures, stories and landmarks found throughout Columbus. Read More
What to Share
How to Share
Columbus Neighborhoods wants you to submit your stories, photos and videos. We are looking for your personal, historical or interesting memories from the past. We also want current information to show how Columbus and its many diverse neighborhoods continue to grow and evolve. There are three kinds of content you can submit to this site. You are welcome to submit photographs with captions and descriptions, video clips or stories.
If you would like to share an item click the "share" button below and follow the instructions to submit your stories, photos or videos.
When you submit your stories, photos or videos to Columbus Neighborhoods they won't appear immediately. Your submitted stories stay in a pending state until one of our reviewers can look them over and approve them.