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Hanna Williford

Senior City Editor, CBUStoday

Hanna is based in Columbus, OH and is a graduate from The Ohio State University. Her experience is in broadcasting, and she reports for OSU athletics, the Big Ten Network, and hosts for the Columbus Clippers. In her free time she loves staying active, supporting the Buckeyes, and exploring new restaurants.

How did bison make their way back to our city? Here’s the story and how you can best view the massive mammals as they roam a local metro park.
Land-Grant’s extension, which features unique cocktails and brews, is open for business at 458 Chapel Alley on Land-Grant’s campus within the Gravity Experience Park.
Learn how eight cities in Ohio were named, whether that’s from early settlers to the area or homage paid to bigger cities across the world.
A rare and extreme geomagnetic solar storm made the northern lights visible across Ohio. Did you see them for yourself? Share photos with us for a chance to be featured.
From jazz to disco to arcade games, here’s how to make the most of the nightlife scene in CBUS.
Tee up for a golf outing for a cause. Swing alongside Buckeye legends like Ryan Day and Urban Meyer, all while supporting The Field House Cancer Foundation.
From Italian cuisine to build-your-own rice bowls, there are four new vendors announced for Grandview’s newest food hall, The Little Grand Market.
Join the Fifty Plus program through the City of Columbus Recreation and Parks department to find leagues, activities, and other perks.
Check out these four Columbus-area homes that are on the market for below the current median selling price of $321,450.
City Editor Hanna interviewed locals to find out how they would rank living in CBUS. Keep reading to find out their thoughts on calling Columbus home.
Learn about the tours, attractions, animals, and offerings at one of the top zoos in the country — the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.
The next time you’re heading to a local trail, be sure to use the Columbus Outdoor Trails Pass to earn rewards for your time spent in nature.
Check out these brunch restaurants, cafes, and diners in Columbus, serving a variety of egg dishes, mimosas, bloody marys, and more.
Congratulations to Ohio State graduate student golfer Neal Shipley, who won the Low Amateur at the 2024 Masters after being paired with Tiger Woods.
Contribute to cleaning up Columbus through local Earth Day events. Plus, celebrate the day at the Columbus Zoo or Genoa Park.
From country to rap to pop, you don’t want to miss some of the biggest names in music coming to Nationwide Arena, the Schottenstein Center, Mershon Auditorium, and Ohio Stadium.
Get ready for farmers market season by grabbing a tote bag from a local business that is perfect for storing produce, baked goods, and artwork.
Pack your reusable shopping bags, because we’ve rounded up 13 farmers markets around Columbus, OH.
Pick out a picnic basket, fill it with local food, and head to your park of choice to enjoy the perfect picnic in CBUS.
We sat down with Miss Ohio USA, Mackenzie Schutt, to learn about her journey in the pageant world and her favorite experiences along the way.
Keep the kids entertained in the outdoors with playgrounds featuring climbing walls, splash pads, slides, and close access to nature paths and ponds.
Want to be featured on our Instagram page? Send us your best pictures of the huge double rainbow that took over Columbus after a downpour this week.
If you want to live near La Cantera + The Rim, browse these apartments available to rent, including amenities like pools, dog parks, and fitness centers.
The Columbus Clippers season begins with unique promotions and events all season long. Find which games will be best for you by browsing this guide.
From lifting weights, indoor cycling, personal training, dance fitness, trampoline classes, and sauna sessions — we’ve rounded up 25 gyms and fitness offerings around Columbus.
Some A-list stars come to Columbus every now and then. Who’s the biggest star you’ve met? Here’s what some of our Instagram followers said.
The new burger joint in Gahanna features burgers, fries, and soft-serve in a diner-like environment. A patio will open in the warmer months.
We interviewed Gene Smith — Ohio State’s current athletic director — ahead of his July retirement.
Make the most of spring in CBUS with flower and butterfly displays at Franklin Park Conservatory and seasonal cooking classes at Mitchell Hall.
From specialized menus on Easter Sunday to customized bunny cakes, these are some local ways to make the most of Easter 2024.