9 hrs ago
The Columbus Dispatch
OSU's research fails to generate much income
Ohio State University remains last among the Big Ten schools in generating income from its research despite increased efforts to turn more university discoveries into marketable products and ideas.
13 hrs ago
University of Cincinnati
Students reveal their journey to graduation.
Meet a few of our December 2013 grads. All represent success and achievement in programs ranging from animal audiology to those in management and entrepreneurship.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
The News Tribune
Musician opens coffee shop at Charleston market
The shop at the Capitol Market is Dangerfield's second location or "Opus Two." The 36-year-old opened his first Musical Grounds coffee house in Fayetteville earlier this year.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Big Brothers, Big Sisters needed
They may be a little under the radar, but the Big Brothers Big Sisters program is active in Washington County and looking to grow.
Damian Danowski Joins CBORD as Vice President, CBORD Foodservice Management Solutions
CBORD , the leading provider of food and nutrition management, cashless card, and access control solutions, is pleased to announce Damian Danowski joined the company as Vice President, CBORD Foodservice Management Solutions, effective December 2, 2013.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Fairfield Medical Center CEO Ubbing stepping down
Ubbing, 64, has been CEO for 12 years after 13 years as CFO in her 27 years at Fairfield Medical, which said she was leaving "to have an opportunity to pursue other professional interests in the health-care field as well as personal interests."
Having more college graduates is critical to Northeast Ohio's economic prosperity, University of Akron president says
Luis Proenza, president of the University of Akron, believes that reversing the region's brain gain and increasing the number of college graduates is a critical piece of Northeast Ohio's economic prosperity.
LHU Welcomes New Dean
Carnicom is a professor of psychology and serves as an assistant to the provost at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
This week's best bets
Enjoy cookies, hot chocolate and make a craft. Registration is required by calling 702-4190.
Herald Star Online
Water rate opposition heard
City Council on Tuesday voted to pass an emergency ordinance, introduced by 3rd Ward Councilman Greg Metcalf, to enter into a three-year contract with Timothy Boland to serve as the new city manager.
Stage Play Weekend
Theater buffs are in for a treat this weekend with two separate productions taking place in Chillicothe.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
New coffee shop at the Capitol Market hopes to hit all the right notes
Coffee fans lamenting the loss of Capitol Roasters at the Capitol Market got an early Christmas present this season when Fayetteville native Joe Dangerfield opened his Musical Grounds European Coffee House in the space left empty when the Roasters vacated in early 2013.
Student Dressed As 'Arcade Fire' And Brought A Flamethrower To A Party
If you bring a flamethrower to a costume party, there's a good chance everything will get shut down.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
UH Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital Only Northeast Ohio Hospital...
University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital is one of only 13 children's hospitals in the country - and the only one in northern Ohio - to receive the Top Children's Hospital distinction from The Leapfrog Group.
Computing Skills Workshop at OUZ
Instructor Janelle Hubble will cover basic computer skills such as multimedia skills that are needed throughout higher education courses.
The Columbus Dispatch
Runoff trenches for Ohio highways are ditched
The E-Edition includes all of the news, comics, classifieds and advertisements of the newspaper.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Unioto student within reach of 'Jeopardy!' teen games
Kaylie Noy-Detillion is not your typical "Jeopardy!" viewer. The 17-year-old Unioto High School senior has been a faithful fan of the popular quiz show since she was 4. "I'm a total nerd and I love it," she said.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
The Star Online
When illness follows fiction
Sure, there had been a bit of weirdness leading up to that day. Like the time he blacked out at a party and woke up in a hospital.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Herald Star Online
CRAWLEY, Rex, a Steubenville, OH, native was born April 30, 1964, to James and Marie Crawley and the only brother of two sisters Helen Crawley Austin and Sylvia Crawley Milbry.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
OU-C features photographic exhibit
A distinctive photographic approach to insects, "Militainment and Insects," is on display in the Patricia Scott Gallery at Ohio University-Chillicothe's Bennett Hall.