Our final show with Fred Armstrong looks back on more than a decade and a half in office in Columbus, including a couple humorous stories from his tenure.
The mayor's race has included attacks on the personal and business past of the candidates. Is the tenor of the race bad for the city?
Mayor Armstrong talks about the opening of 17th Street, new investment from overseas and his views on ethics reform.
Mayor Fred is an energetic guy -- will he miss debating this fall? We'll ask on the next Ask The Mayor.
Mayor Armstrong says he's been contacted by Democratic Party operatives about the possibility he'd want to run for lieutenant governor in 2012.
Mayor Armstrong talks about a deal with Bloomington restaurateur Daniel Orr to open a new eatery in downtown Columbus.
Columbus Mayor Fred Armstrong says there must have been a misunderstanding when Daniel Orr submitted plans to revamp the downtown Pump House building.
Mayor Armstrong says his first-term push for unity in the city has ebbed and flowed during his time in office, including recent debate over building projects.
Fred Armstrong says a recent incident where a student was hit near North High School signals a need for more pedestrian education among the city's young adults.
Mayor Armstrong says the reason the city can afford to lower track pickup fees is that it's collecting more cash than it needs.