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New Plan Calls for Aviation Hall of Fame at Historic Terminal

Brent Warren Brent Warren New Plan Calls for Aviation Hall of Fame at Historic Terminal

The latest plan for the original Port Columbus Air Terminal calls for the historic building to serve as the home of a new entity, the Ohio Air & Space Hall of Fame. The building, located at 4920 E. Fifth Ave, boasts a long and interesting history. It was used as the main terminal for the […]

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Retro Stylings for Your Movie Weekend

Hope Madden Hope Madden Retro Stylings for Your Movie Weekend

A week of nostalgia awaits you at the movies. Melissa McCarthy channels 80s comedies, Terminal tries hard to resurrect the post-Tarantino neon-noir, and—in your best bet for the week—one woman goes a little Lucy in her ESL class. Deadpool 2 next week, so enjoy the odder assortment of a quiet near-summer weekend. Life of the […]

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Heartland Bank Relocating from Gahanna to Old Airport Terminal

Walker Evans Walker Evans Heartland Bank Relocating from Gahanna to Old Airport Terminal

Local historians and preservationists have been working for years to save the original Port Columbus Airport Terminal building, which has been named one of the most endangered historic buildings to potentially face demolition. Yesterday, preservationists got their wish. Gahanna-based Heartland Bank announced that they would relocate their company headquarters to the old building following renovations. […]

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COTA Launching Real-Time Bus Tracking System in 2014

Brent Warren Brent Warren COTA Launching Real-Time Bus Tracking System in 2014

COTA has set March 2014 as the target date to debut a long-awaited and highly-requested service for its users — the ability to track buses in real time from smart phones or from digital signs installed at select stations. “This service will enable our customers to see where buses are in real-time, just like our […]

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Preservationists Work to Save Airport Landmark

Brent Warren Brent Warren Preservationists Work to Save Airport Landmark

A group of preservationists are making a push to save the original Port Columbus Air Terminal. The two-story, 9,000 square foot building was used as the main terminal for the airport from 1929 to 1958, although its historical significance extends beyond Columbus. The terminal hosted early aviation pioneers like Charles Lindberg and Amelia Earhart and […]

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