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With 107 days to go until Election Day, the campaigns for both Kasich and FitzGerald are sure to add bodies.
The robotics program at the Career and Technology Centers of Licking County is about to get a $1.5 million upgrade.
Stephanie Ranade-Krider, former legislative director for Ohio Right to Life, has been named executive director of the organization -- after a six-month stopover in Gov. John Kasich's administration.
Online sales tax collections have hit an all-time high in Ohio this budget year, reaching $45 million, a 68 percent increase over the past five years.
Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Ed Fitzgerald visited Mansfield on his Hometown Tour to talk about "right-to-work" legislation and the importance of unions.
For months, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald has ripped Gov. John Kasich's budgetary moves that led to a net state tax cut of $3 billion.
The state is spending $10 million to find ways to end the dumping of sand and mud scooped out of Toledo's and Cleveland's harbors.
Gov. John Kasich has signed a measure that freezes Ohio's popular renewable-energy standards.
First the Republican National Committee announced it was bringing its 2016 presidential convention - and all the economic kick and image glories that go with it - to the city that for decades has gotten national attention mainly as a late-night TV punchline.
Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald and the Ohio Education Association denounced the Ohio Department of Education today for not taking complaints about the Horizon Science Academy schools in Dayton seriously.
Democratic gubernatorial challenger Ed FitzGerald used a public park and nearby mall renovation Friday to argue he would work with communities and support them in a manner that the Gov. John Kasich has not.
The state will help Columbus' new preschool program with $2.2 million in funding, Governor John Kasich and Mayor Michael B. Coleman are announcing this morning.
The farmer featured in radio ads for Gov. John Kasich airing across rural Ohio is not just a small businessman.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 04:54 pm
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