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ARMY VETERAN James Goshe of Findlay, left, received 12 medals and ribbons Tuesday honoring his time in the military.
Farmers in 20 Ohio counties of the Lake Erie watershed will be able to walk into a county federal conservation agency office today and apply for grants paying $57 per acre to plant winter crops to keep fertilizer from washing into the rivers.
After a nearly nine month long investigation, the Kentucky State Auditor is suggesting major changes to the board that governs the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport.
Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur joined Senator Sherrod Brown Tuesday to announce $2 million in funding from the federal government to help farmers.
My article about Ottawa County sanitary engineer Kelly Frey's warnings back in March about algal bloom toxins in Lake Erie got good play in the newspaper and online , but not everybody was pleased.
Norwalk Public Works says an algae bloom situation is getting better in a northern reservoir.
Bill Myers and his family members have been growing beans, corn, alfalfa hay and wheat on their 2,000 acres since the 1800's at Myers Farms in Oregon.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers from both the Senate and the House of Representatives sent a letter to Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, urging the Fed to rewrite its proposed rule on bailing out the "too big to fail" banks in the future.
A Findlay Iraq War veteran will be presented with eight overdue service medals and ribbons on Tuesday afternoon by Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio.
From The Akron Beacon JournalU.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown and 49 other senators are urging the delay of the planned closure of several U.S. Postal Service processing centers, including one in Akron.The senators sent a letter today to the chairmen and ranking members of the U.S. Senate Committee on Appropriations and the Subcommittee on Financial ... (more)
All but the biggest U.S. banks could see relief from some financial reforms after the November elections even if control of the U.S. Congress remains divided between Democrats and Republicans.
U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown and 49 other senators are urging the delay of the planned closure of several U.S. Postal Service processing centers, including one in Akron.
The trust fund for the disability program will run out in late 2016, Social Security's Board of Trustees warned in late July.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 05:54 am
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