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Food stamp recipients make tough choices
Sarah Singley of Colerain picks up bread at the Healing Center in Springdale. "A single working mom can't do it all," she said.
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Artist sought for Ohio's new US Capitol statue
The nonprofit Ohio Statuary Hall Commission is now accepting proposals from interested and qualified artists, according to a release sent on behalf of the commission.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Ohio to invest $50M in Wis. real estate fund
Ohio's government-run insurance fund for injured workers has agreed to put $50 million, the maximum its policy allows, into a Wisconsin-based real estate investment fund run by a major campaign "bundler" to Republican presidential candidates.
Ed FitzGerald gives it the old college try, unemployment drops again: Ohio Politics...
Ed FitzGerald wants you to know about his hardscrabble time at Ohio State. Mary Taylor wants you to know that she still hates Obamacare.
VA needing to process claims more efficientl...
Veterans Administration officials insist they are making progress in reducing the time those who have served our country in uniform must wait for decisions on disability benefits.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
More Ohioans Get Tax Refund
The Ohio Department of Taxation says the average refund is $505 this year. That's up from last year's $288.
Democrats: Husted must enforce election spending rule
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted should enforce a rule that limits election spending by companies, nonprofits and unions, Democrats said Thursday.
Two new chemicals being abused as synthetic drugs are permanently banned
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Ohio State Board of Pharmacy Executive Director Kyle Parker announced today that an administrative rule developed to permanently ban two new chemicals being abused as synthetic drugs is now in effect.
University Hospitals, St. Vincent among four Ohio hospitals to get state money for...
Construction workers on Wednesday stand on top of what will be the Proton Therapy Center at University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center in Cleveland.
West Side and South Side Leader
State education mandates on Woodridge agenda
It's been a busy school year for local districts working to implement new educational programs mandated for public schools by the Ohio General Assembly.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Ohioans' state tax refunds about 43 percent larger this year than last
Ohioans due a refund on their state income tax are getting about 43 percent more money this year than in 2013.
Ohio's new top utility regulator is sworn in 31 minutes
Gov. John Kasich has sworn in a former state budget director and lawmaker as Ohio's top utility regulator.
Ashland University Commencement Details Released
Ashland University's Commencement will be held on May 10 at 10 a.m. at Miller Stadium, located in the Dwight Schar Athletic Complex off Broad Street.
New Haven Independent
Bowen Field Rehab Delayed Another Year
Track runners and football players will have to wait until August 2015 to return to a renovated Bowen Field, as the city pursues a $4 million plan to haul away polluted debris to Ohio.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Fighting Drug Abuse in Ohio
Drug abuse has become a wildfire in Ohio, spreading rapidly and consuming lives in the process.
John Boehner and seven GOP lawmakers back from secret Afghanistan trip
House Speaker John Boehner , R-Ohio, traveled to Kabul, Afghanistan , this past weekend with seven other House Republican lawmakers to get a first-hand look at the political situation in the country after the recent democratic elections, Boehner's office announced Monday.
Help tell American Pharmacist Association to ban its members from taking part in executions
Nearly every association of medical professionals has officially declared it unethical for their members to take part in executions by lethal injection.
Iroquois Capital to add second office as firm eyes more growth
Iroquois Capital Group, a Nashville-based merchant and investment banking firm, plans to open a second office location and launch a retirement services business in Cleveland, according to President and CEO Mike Koban .
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Unions, Chambers, Politicians Agree: Ohio Needs More Debt
Labor unions, Chamber of Commerce affiliates, and both major political parties support Strong Ohio Communities, a campaign to issue $1.875 billion in new state bonds for local public works projects.