Columbus Recreation and Parks is moving ahead with plans to convert a long-abandoned rail corridor into a linear park and trail. To be called the Eastmoor Green Line, the trail will run along Whitehall’s western edge, starting at East Broad Street and extending three miles to the south, where it will dead-end at I-70. Brad […]
Buckeye Kosher’s BBQ Festival has been a phenomenal success since its inaugural event in 2015. Last year (4th Annual) brought a 60% higher sponsorship and volunteer participation with approximately 110 volunteers and over 40 sponsors. The event continues to attract a strong audience of close to 1,200 festival attendees. The festival will be grilling up […]
The Eastmoor Civic Association presents Sip of Eastmoor. Enjoy unlimited wine tasting in a commemorative glass, eat appetizers, listen to live acoustic music, and bid on silent auction items. Proceeds from this event benefit the Eastmoor Civic Association and the Eastmoor Pool. Tickets available online at www.Eastmoor614.org/events or at the door.
Great prices! Come visit over 37 houses with thousands of items this Saturday, June 16th from 9am-3pm! Head to our website for a map of all houses and additional information.
A proposal to build a check-cashing outlet on a prominent corner in Eastmoor has neighbors concerned. Charlotte, North Carolina-based Primax Properties has submitted plans to the City of Columbus to build a 2,500 square foot PLS Financial Services location at the southwest corner of East Broad Street and South James Road. Michelle Santuomo, president of […]
There’s a one mile stretch of East Main Street between the cities of Bexley and Whitehall that some know as being a part of the Eastmoor neighborhood, but most people simply confuse it as being a part of one of those two separate municipalities. The City of Columbus could soon be changing that with the […]
In its 50th year of business, Block’s Bagels is making some locale and leadership changes. This January, Block’s Bagels will open a second store on East Broad Street just outside Bexley to better cater to their main clientele. Hal and Steve Block, the father-son duo running the business, turned to long-time family friend Jeremy Fox […]