Arlette Cooper-Tinsley is one of the few people to have held leadership posts in both Fred Armstrong and Kristen Brown's regimes.
Cummins manufacturing company based in Columbus has announced a partnership with China’s largest construction equipment manufacturer.
Despite the Republican nominee for mayor of Columbus saying the city needs ethics reform, the city’s retiring mayor says he has never been lobbied with gifts.
A change in the cost of living index could eliminate the benefits of a city employee salary increase in Columbus.
With the opening of the Miller House and Garden, innkeepers tax revenue is up, and the visitors center’s website traffic increased 21 percent since last year.
Columbus Mayor Fred Armstrong says he’s been contacted about the possibility he might want to run for lieutenant governor in 2012.
A disagreement between restaurateur Daniel Orr and Columbus city leaders has been resolved, paving the way for a new eatery in the city.
Columbus Mayor Fred Armstrong says there must have been a misunderstanding when Daniel Orr submitted plans to revamp the downtown Pump House building.
Columbus mayor Fred Armstrong says his recent economic development trip to Asia will soon produce a visit from potential investors.
Though he says it’s not his budget to craft, Columbus’s mayor says he understands concerns the Columbus Township Trustee may be overspending for services.