In a world where newspaper companies are driven relentlessly into the future by the exponential growth in data production and storage requirements, and the uncertainties of a shrinking print media market, it’s easy to believe that you’re on your own. That’s a problem, however, that our customers don’t have. SteveRead More →

By Sheila Brooks, Ph.D. Spending on political ads is big business for the media, especially during Congressional mid-term elections. Billions of dollars will be spent to woo voters before they head to the polls in November. In fact, political ad spending projected to set a record in 2018. According toRead More →

by Susan Hartley, The Early Bird A Greenville barn-find was enough to get a lot of classic car enthusiasts excited, including some at TV’s Discovery Channel. Richard Rawlings, star of Discovery’s Gas Monkey Garage made the trek all the way from Texas to Greenville just to check out some dustyRead More →

By Dedra Cordle, Columbus Messenger Trik Nasty struggled to rise. After an exhaustive battle with his opponent that featured the use of aluminum folding chairs, the wrestler ambled to his knees to try to locate his foe and finish him off. As he got his bearings, two boot-cladded feet slicedRead More →

By Rick Palsgrove, Columbus Messenger Groveport Madison Schools Assistant Superintendent John Hurd said the new synthetic turf at Le’Veon Bell Field at Cruiser Stadium is about more than being a modern athletic field. It is a symbol of the area’s sense of community. “Earlier today,” said Hurd prior to the ceremoniesRead More →

By Andrea Cordle, Columbus Messenger The statue of a Civil War soldier standing atop the arch in the Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery has been toppled and parts of it stolen. According to the Columbus Division of Police, in the early morning hours of Aug. 22, someone pulled down the statue.Read More →