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Top 6 headlines of 2019

Top 6 headlines of 2019

614now Staff

Well, folks, here we are watching 2019 ride off into the sunset—can you believe it? Seems like just yesterday we were geeking out over the Fyre Fest documentaries (Netflix and Hulu released each of their versions in January of this year). But hey, time marches on.

Here’s a look back at the six hottest 614NOW headlines of 2019:

#6 Holy Sheetz, new convenience store coming to Columbus

December 11, 2019

Regional gas station chains seem to accumulate cult followings of loyal customers. While word of a new convenience store coming to town may not seem like a big deal at first, just ask your friends from Pennsylvania about Sheetz. The popular chain of convenience stores and coffee shops headquartered in Altoona, Pennsylvania has announced an expansion into the Columbus market

#5 Kroger makes exciting holiday announcement

November 6, 2019

The holidays can get expensive, but Kroger is looking out for your wallet this season. Kroger is offering customers free grocery pickup (generally a $4.95 fee) now through January 1.

#4 Update: Dateline picks up case of missing Easton man

April 10, 2019

About a month and a half has gone by since 29-year-old husband and father Tyler Davis went missing from the Easton Town Center area. Dateline NBC caught up with Tyler’s wife, Brittany, to recount the day her birthday turned into her worst nightmare.


#3 Easton’s “dramatic” rooftop bar and restaurant now open

December 10, 2019

Heads up, Easton, a snazzy new concept is now open. Restoration Hardware, or RH, is currently wowing guests with The Gallery at Easton Town Center and RH Rooftop Restaurant & Park and Wine & Barista Bar.

#2 Unsolved Ohio: Bizarre disappearance of Brian Shaffer

June 21, 2019

How can someone go into a second-story bar and never come out? I’m talking about the disappearance of Brian Shaffer in 2006.

#1 Dear I-670 drivers, your lives may never be the same

October 22, 2019

Notice anything different on your I-670 and/or I-270 commute lately? Could be the nine 600-square-foot, 110,000-pound digital signs towering over the freeway. These signs display information about the first ever Ohio SmartLane.


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