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Medical Marijuana Sales Start In Ohio: Patch PM

Welcome to Friday's Patch PM. Here are the top headlines from across the state. The first legal sale of cannabis flowers in Ohio occurred this week, years after the state legalized medical marijuana. First day sales figures were released by the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control... Read more.


Second hotel planned for Dublin's Bridge Park

Marla Matzer Rose The Columbus Dispatch @MarlaMRose — A second hotel is planned for Bridge Park, the mixed-use development at W. Dublin-Granville Road and Riverside Drive in Dublin.


Government shutdown taking toll on Ohio companies

Jim Weiker The Columbus Dispatch @JimWeikerMark Williams The Columbus Dispatch @BizMarkWilliamsTim Feran The Columbus Dispatch @timferan — Sales had grown so much for the Janz Corp. in Reynoldsburg that owner Rick Finsterbusch was ready to move the company into a much larger building.


Ohio State offering free tickets to all athletic events to furloughed government workers

COLUMBUS (WCMH) -- The Ohio State University is offering free basketball tickets to federal employees for the duration of the government shutdown. According to a release from the Ohio State University, beginning Friday night with the men’s basketball game against Maryland, and continuing throughout


Police investigating fatal stabbing in New Albany area

Police are investigating a fatal stabbing in the New Albany area Friday. Officers responded to the scene in the 7200 block of Billy Goat Drive shortly before 3 p.m. The victim was pronounced deceased at 3:06 p.m.


Winter Storm Warning: Another round of significant snow possible in central Ohio

Weather Resources: Interactive Radar | Weather Warnings | Closings, Delays. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for Logan, Union, Delaware, Champaign, Clark, Madison, Franklin and Licking County until 4 a.m. Sunday.


ILMS robotics team competes at regional meet

The Indian Lake Middle School Robo Geek Squad recently competed at the Regional Lego Robotics Meet in Dublin. Robo Lego Geek Squad members Annie Braig, Czar Dickson, Cameron Freyhof, Meya Karbowiak, KaiLea Miller, Adeline Robinson, Amelia Schmiedebusch, and Landen Wisener earned the trip by taking f


2 girls reported missing north of Columbus found safe

DELAWARE COUNTY — UPDATE @3:24 p.m. Both children have been found and are safe, according to the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. A statewide alert has been issued for two teen girls reported missing from Lewis Center, a city north of Columbus.


Franklin County Board of Elections plans implementation of state voting reforms

MALONE — The Franklin County Board of Elections is working to catch up with state voting reforms. BOE Commissioners Kelly Cox and Tracy Sparks met with county legislators on Thursday to review the process of bringing Franklin County up to date with several new state election policies approved by the


Grief 'like tearing a scab from an old wound' for families impacted by Mount Carmel probe

Jim Woods The Columbus Dispatch @WoodsnightJoAnne Viviano The Columbus Dispatch @JoAnneViviano — Families of lost loved ones who received care from a Mount Carmel doctor accused of ordering potentially fatal doses of painkillers for intensive-care patients are again grappling with the grief that cam


Review: Ty Ginger Asian Bistro

Entering its fifth year, Dublin’s Ty Ginger Asian Bistro is in the process of remaking itself. On one hand, Ty Ginger serves Cantonese cuisine and authentic dim sum to a mostly Chinese clientele. It owes this fairly new identity to the recent hiring of Sunny Wong, a revered dim sum chef who hails fr


Three arrests made in connection to man's death in Ohio County

Three people have been arrested in connection to man's death in Ohio County. Adam Lacefield, Wanda Ferguson, and Mandy Decker are facing charges in connection to Johnnie Hayes' death earlier this week.


Romantics and hikers love Ohio this time of year

COLUMBUS — Take advantage of all the natural beauty and romance Ohio’s winter season offers by packing your bags for a getaway with your special someone or a family outing. Whether your preferences include woodsy hikes, snuggling by the fire or a rollicking toboggan run, you can Find It Here in Ohio


Two missing Delaware County teens found

LEWIS CENTER, Ohio– The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office says two missing 15-year-old girls have been located. Olivia Davidson and Kyla Walters were last seen on Thursday in Lewis County.


Arts: Columbus exhibitions for the week of Jan. 17

Angela Meleca Gallery. Double Yellow Line: Danielle Julian Norton. Through Feb. 16. 144 E. State St., Downtown. 614-340-6997. angelamelecagallery.com. Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum. Tell Me a Story Where the Bad Girls Wins: The Life and Art of Barbara Shermud. Through March 31. Tales from l


Ohio snow emergencies explained

(WTVG) - There's a pretty big storm on the way this weekend, set to blanket the northwest Ohio region with several inches of snow. That accumulation, plus freezing temperatures and high winds are going to wreak havoc on roadways, forcing many communities to declare snow emergencies for their town or


Columbus Zoo offering free admission to federal employees during shutdown

POWELL, OH (WCMH) -- The Columbus Zoo is offering free admission to federal employees affected by the government shutdown. According to a release from the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, federal employees who are furloughed due to the government shutdown, and their immediate family members, will be allow


Juvenile killed in northeast Columbus stabbing

COLUMBUS (WCMH) – A juvenile is dead following a stabbing at a condo near New Albany. According to Columbus police, officers were sent to the 7200 block of Billy Goat Drive around 2:48pm.


Ohio board rejects condemned man's request for mercy

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio Parole Board on Friday rejected a clemency request by a condemned man who says he's innocent of the fatal shooting of a volunteer addiction counselor and is asking that his life be spared.


Columbus-area school districts cancel weekend activities, sports due to winter storm

Multiple school districts in the Columbus-area have canceled weekend events due to the expected storm. Columbus City School said all scheduled academic activities, athletic events (home and away) and school-based events are canceled for Saturday and Sunday.