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Some anti-smoking groups are praising Gov. John Kasich's proposal to increase taxes on cigarettes and other tobacco products.
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Julie Presas has been promoted to General Counsel and Vice President of Legal Services of OCLC, the Dublin-based library cooperative that provides services and research to libraries worldwide.
He says he's been tortured, stripped naked and beaten. He says he's witnessed prisoners beaten to death, that he's been subjected to forced surgery, and that much of his time has been spent in an overcrowded prison cell with no consistent running water.
The Columbus Health Department says at least 21 people have come down with the Mumps.
"My dad is a teacher, my mom is a retired teacher and my sister teaches," she said.
Nearly three decades ago, lawmakers adopted a resolution naming the McCoys' "Hang on Sloopy" as the official rock song of the state of Ohio.
I respond to the Saturday letter "Ohio should spend tobacco money to fight smoking" from Dr. Michael Caligiuri, director and CEO of the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Ohio State University has announced a 10-year, $17.1 million sponsorship agreement with Nationwide Insurance.
U.S. News and World Report has unveiled it annual Best Law Schools list, and Ivy League schools are smiling as they claimed three of the top four spots.
The popular event Drums Downtown is back, celebrating its 10th anniversary of innovative collaboration, with performances at 8 p.m. Friday, April 4, and Saturday, April 5, at the Riffe Center's Capitol Theatre, 77 South High St. in downtown Columbus.
Cryoablation, also called cryosurgery and cryotherapy, is an energy-based, minimally invasive surgical technique that has been investigated to treat a variety of diseases including cancer.
Back in the woods, near miles of tubing or hundreds of vintage buckets, seasonal sweet spots simmer with here-comes-spring flavor.
RACHEL BOLAND/SPECIAL TO THE COURIER NEWSWEEKLY Bill and Phyllis Howden watch their grandchildren Ellie, Emma and Peter, at the JCS Grandparent's Day with their parents, Jackie and Pete Bazylewicz.
Some people think of stained glass as a sort of fragile jigsaw puzzle, with pieces cut out in simple shapes and soldered together with metal seams to create a picture.
A mother in Pittsburgh is suing the hospital she gave birth at for testing her urine while she was in labor and reporting the results to a child welfare agency.
Lexington by VantageSM, a collection of inns and hotels with suite extensions and a Legacy soft branding option, has maintained its consistent growth with the opening of four properties and 290 rooms to the system.