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Roosters replaces O’Charley’s in GahannaPopular local chicken wings restaurant opening new location in former O’Charley’s

Although it’s always sad to see a restaurant go, we think people will be pretty excited about what’s moving in at a former O’Charley’s restaurant. Roosters Wings has confirmed that they’ve signed a lease to take over the now-closed O’Charley’s restaurant, located at 4850 Morse Rd. near Gahanna. “We’re still at the very beginning stages, but we’re… Keep Reading

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Roosters replaces O’Charley’s in Gahanna

Roosters Wings, the chicken restaurant that touts itself as “a fun, casual joint,” is set to come to Gahanna. The restaurant chain has 14 Columbus-area locations, and the new Gahanna location will make that 15. Roosters has 43 total locations, including Roosters’ mobile concessions and catering division. The company boasts a strong rate of employee… Keep Reading

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Ohio law enforcement to utilize virtual reality training

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Law enforcement around the state will be utilizing “immersive virtual reality trainings,” as announced by Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost in a press release. The point of the technology is to offer officers more realistic simulations of real-life situations, allowing them to practice their response and defusing skills. “These VR goggles are… Keep Reading

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Groundbreaking highlights early progress at Ohio Expo Center

On May 13, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and representatives from the Ohio Expo Center & State Fairgrounds broke ground on two buildings to revitalize the fairgrounds in Columbus, the Ohio Showcase Building and the new agriculture building. Angela Krile, Ohio Expositions Commission chair, was on hand for the event and pleased with the progress so… Keep Reading

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Gov. Mike DeWine signs bill that could restrict cell phones in schools

DUBLIN, Ohio (WXIX) – As technology continues to advance and becomes more prevalent in everyone’s lives, schools are beginning to face the repercussions and effects that come with living in a digital age. On Wednesday, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine signed a bipartisan bill regarding cell phones in the classroom – a problem many administrators and… Keep Reading

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