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Governor of Columbus has provided the go-ahead to Ohio pubs and restaurants to prepare for dine-in operation on Thursday if they obey other procedures to avoid coronavirus from spreading.
This week, the Ohio Restaurant Association said that fifty-four percent of regional establishments would open next week for dine-in operation. It estimates that another twenty-eight percent will open soon after that.
Among the pubs and restaurants in the Columbus area planning to reopen Lists available on the official city website. Business owners are hopeful that this state will run again on a normal routine.
According to Columbus authorities, a man is killed after drowning in a car that was discovered flipped down in floodwater in southeast Columbus.
Cops said they responded to a call about the vehicle about two p.m. on Tues but investigators state the accident happened on late Monday.
Officers and emergency workers rushed to the South Hamilton Road 2200 block when a citizen noticed the vehicle.
According to police, the man was found within the vehicle, which had been upside-down in a drainage ditch.
Shortly after fifteen minutes, the man was declared dead.
No one more details were known.
A person killed in a car and motorcycle collision that occurred near downtown on Sat.
Authorities believe a Chevrolet Malibu moved south on St. Clair Avenue about six o'clock in the evening and turned left into Atcheson Lane. Around the same moment, there was also a 1998 Honda CB-250 heading south on St. Clair Avenue and trying to cross the Malibu.
Authorities claim the motorcycle ran into collision with Malibu.
The bike's rider, Shawna Roberts, forty-one, was knocked off the motorbike. Officials claim he was transported to Medical center East at 7:30 p.m. and declared dead.
According to police, an eighteen year-old teenager driving the Malibu and her friend, who was also inside the vehicle, has not been harmed.
After 2 months after it was originally scheduled, a Columbus drive-in cinema announces that they are opening again.
Since the 1950s the South Drive-in has had interaction with film lovers. It intended to open in the twentieth of March but the request for shelter-at-place came into effect.
Automobiles stood in queues on Fri to get a front-row seat to reopen the drive-in cinema.
Employees wore masks and exercised social distancing. They requested film-goers to do likewise. Anyone that deals with staff or leaves their vehicle had to follow guidelines. The theater also restricted the number of cars they had permitted in, so that the other parking spaces would stay free.
A woman was killed in Southern Columbus on Friday after a collision on I270.
The collision occurred southbound on I-270 close US 62.
Caleb Justin and Dallas Terry, were involved in the collision, the Franklin County Sheriff's Office told reporters. At the incident Terry was proclaimed dead. The sheriff's office said Justin and another driver involved are being admitted to the hospital in a serious state.
Sheriff Dallas Bennett said two vehicles struck Terry and a third crash into Justin. Bennett said after their vehicle smashed into the median, the pair stepped into the highway.
Southbound lanes started reopening at about six o'clock in the morning.
The accident is currently under review.
An individual is killed after shots fired on Tues morning in south Columbus.
The incident occurred at four o'clock in the morning, Columbus authorities said. In Heyl Avenue Row 1100.
Officials say medics found Zachariah Perry, Thirty, deceased at the site.
A 2nd person has been transported to secure Grant Medical Center. More specifics are yet to be published about the shoot.
According Columbus Police, Heyl Avenue is scheduled to stay blocked for hours.
In the Town of Columbus this is the thirty-seventh murder.
Contact the Columbus Police Crime Division at (614) 645-4730 or Central Ohio Crimestoppers securely at (614) 461-TIPS or those with details about this incident.
Columbus police were looking for a ten year-old last seen Tues morning in west Columbus.
Lost Leanna Allen was registered before five o'clock in the morning. In Drive Scales region. She was reportedly discovered late in the morning and safe.
Police were asking helping to find Leanna as there was no clues are present for her missing.
But the details of the case and from where she found are not disclosed.
This case is under investigation by investigators.
SIX OUT OF FIFTY- ONE ARTIST FEATURING IN STREET GALLERY ART IN COLUMBUS
Because of the corona virus disease outbreak, art museums & galleries are shut but there is a mean you can still check out artwork across the area.
Marketing and engagement vice president of the Greater Columbus Arts Council Jamie Holstein discusses the 4th annual Art Pop Street Exhibition to Maria Durant & Jackie Orozco of Good Day.
Across Columbus & Franklin City, Art Pop Cbus focuses the attention on the young creators of Columbus by putting their work on accessible posters, newsstands, and other public advertising.
It is a non-profit corporation that partners alongside organizations in the arts, benefactors that fund art and media outlets around the nation in supporting research for musicians.
This year, our 51 candidates were chosen from 6 artist, varying from high school seniors to freshmen from the Columbus College of Art & Craft.
A Columbus policeman is wounded on Sat after intervening in a collision on the south side of the area.
The accident occurred at about seven o'clock in the evening.
According to authorities. Around the South High Street & East Sycamore Street junction.
The cop was in good and brought to a medical facility.
Police reports claiming another car was involved. It is unclear whether anyone was hurt in the car.
Roads in the region are again accessible.
According to authorities, a Columbus cop was blade wounded while reacting to a call on Fri evening on the northwest side.
Police reports claiming the call came in at five o'clock in the evening. In Dresden Street 4300 road.
The policeman replied to a report of a man attempting suicide according to police. That person then stabbed the cop in the arm and the throat.
The man's family first contacted police after they spotted a stolen kitchen knife from their home.
Police informed Local news channel that the cop was rushed to the hospital and out of danger now.
Officials on the spot put the perpetrator into custody.