Editor’s Note: On Sunday, June 21, members of the LGBTQ+ community and allies marched in Columbus in support of Black Lives Matter to protest racism and police brutality. The protestors marched on High Street earlier in the day. All photos by Matt Ellis.
Editor’s Note: For the third day in a row, protestors gathered in Downtown Columbus to stand against police brutality and the murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin. Thousands peacefully gathered on and around the grounds of The Ohio Statehouse. Multiple reports were provided to Columbus Underground of police aggression including that […]
Editor’s Note: Protestors gathered for a second day in Downtown Columbus following the murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin. The protests largely centered around the Ohio Statehouse and surrounding streets. For the second night in a row, some rioting followed the protest, resulting in minor property damage. Protestors have returned to the […]
The developers of Easton Town Center announced their $500 million expansion plan in November of 2018, and work has continued at a steady pace ever since. The first new businesses opened late last year, and more were scheduled to open this spring, although many of those plans have been put on hold due to the […]
April gets a second Construction Roundup this year, and it features some projects that we haven’t checked in on in a while. Scroll down for recent photos of developments in several different neighborhoods, including Franklinton, Clintonville, the University District and more. Check out the captions below each photo for more information and links to project […]
With construction deemed essential business by the Governor of Ohio’s “stay at home” order, work has continued at building sites throughout the city as the weather warms up this April. This month’s construction roundup showcases some of the ongoing projects in Downtown Columbus, The Short North, Italian Village, Grandview Heights and The University District. Check […]
The City of Dublin hosted a media preview last week to showcase the grand opening of the “Dublin Link” pedestrian bridge that connects Historic Dublin with the Bridge Park development over the Scioto River. Public grand opening events were scheduled for this week, but have been postponed due to Coronavirus / COVID-19 concerns. The new […]