Age-Friendly Columbus — a new initiative with pilot studies in Linden and Clintonville — explores how Columbus can become a top-notch age-friendly city in the areas of transportation, housing, mobility, employment, and safety and health services. According to Age-Friendly Columbus, Central Ohio’s population of residents age 65 and older will double by 2050. Find reports […]
WOSU’s Brent Davis visits the Ohio History Connection to examine an obsidian knife that originated in the American Southwest and was discovered in mounds of the ancient Ohio Hopewell people.
Host Charlene Brown sits down with Hilliard Superintendent John Marschhausen over lunch at Starliner Diner to discuss the fast growth of Hilliard and how the schools are adapting to the influx of students, many of them New Americans.
Columbus architectural historian Jeff Darbee visits The Wagnalls Memorial Library and Community Center in Lithopolis to learn about its history and current role in the community.
We stopped by Ohio History Connection to examine a copper head plate made by the Ohio Hopewell culture approximately 2,000 years ago.