According to The Neighborhood Talk, legendary TV host Wendy Williams may not be returning to her beloved talk show as anticipated. A little less than a month ago, it was reported that Wendy was spotted being chauffeured around in a wheelchair. Now things may have gotten worse for the iconic media star. According to Wendy’s […]

Nick Cannon is one man that is constantly being tested. Whether it be his career, relationships, or personal health, he seems to always be in battle mode with something. Recently, we reported that Cannon will be making his return to syndicated radio after a hiatus sparked from some not so kosher commentary. Despite all that […]


As previously reported, Governor Mike DeWine has been considering lifting Ohio’s statewide curfew. However, the potential for change has been based on the steady decrease in COVID-19 related hospitalizations. Thanks to a slow decline, Governor DeWine and the Ohio Department of Health have pushed back the curfew to 11p.m. starting today! The number of hospitalizations […]


The City of Columbus has been under curfew restrictions for quite some time now. Back n November, Governor Mike DeWine initiated a state wide curfew of 10 p.m. in efforts to curve the growing COVID-19 numbers. Months later, there may be a little light shinging at the end of the tunnel, with the curfew potentially […]

COVID-19 Hits the Buckeyes Putting a Pause on the 2020 Season

Day will not coach this Saturday when the Buckeyes take on Illinois. Prayers and speedy recovery to Ohio State football coach Ryan Day as he tested positive for COVID-19 and will not be coaching this Saturday. The Buckeyes are scheduled to take on Illinois this Saturday but Larry Johnson will serve as interim coach for […]

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Columbus and Franklin County Implementing New Stay-At-Home Order Dr. Mysheika W. Roberts, the Health Commissioner for the City of Columbus and Joe Mazzola, the Health Commissioner for Franklin County Public Health have advised all residents to stay home due to the “rapid rise of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in the city and county”. Starting Friday, […]

Everyone has been trying get their life back on track since the COVID-19 pandemic has made 2020 one of the worst years ever. Many of us may know someone who has had the coronavirus, many of us have shown little symptoms or none at all. One thing an ICU Nurse is telling us is that […]


  The fate of the 2020-2021 school is truly at the hands of COVID-19. Since the outbreak of this viral infection, life as we know it has been turned upside down. Now, with the end of summer upon us and the new school year approaching, the safety of our children is being dangled right in […]


Retail giant, Walmart has announced that the company will no longer enforce a mask policy. Walmart like many other stores is finding it difficult dealing with the many facets surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. Trying to keep both, customers and employees in a safe environment has proven to be a bit more difficult than anticipated. While […]

Doja Cat can’t seem to catch a break this year. 2020 has been a whirlwind for the most of us, to say the least, but Doja has been at the forefront of several headlines this year, both bad and good. Recently, Doja revealed that she has been diagnosed with COVID-19. In an interview with Capital […]