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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more people are going to college now than ever before, in part because of the advantages that a college degree confers. Comment?
Revenues for the 2013 fiscal year ending on June 30 totaled $18,591,323, while expenses fell to $17,830,982. Increases in property and income taxes, as well as state grants-in-aid, added to the revenue side. Comment?
Norton City Council President Don Nicolard said he is prepared to make another trip to Columbus to express discontent with legislation that would take more money out of the city's budget, he said at Council's May 13 meeting. Comment?
Seven regional chambers of commerce and the state chamber want the General Assembly to clarify the auditing boundaries that pertain to JobsOhio , the quasi-private company that's heir to the former Ohio Department of Development. Comment?
The government will hit the limit of how much its allowed to borrow this weekend, but Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said in a letter Friday that extraordinary measures likely would allow the nation to continue paying its bills without more borrowing until after Labor Day. That means that any war over the debt limit ... (more) Comment?
House Ways and Means Committee member Rep. Pat Tiberi, R-Ohio, holds up a binder with documents about a constituent's application to the Internal Revenue Service that was delayed due to the extra scrutiny the IRS gave conservative groups that applied for tax-exempt status. Comment?
Ohio's jobless rate ticked downwards again in April. But it still hasn't dropped below the big low it hit in December. Comment?
The unemployment rate in the Buckeye state dropped to 7% in the month of April, compared to 7.1% the two previous months. Figures released Friday by the Ohio Department of Job & Family Services shows the jobless figure remains lower than the national average of 7.5%. Comment?
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Ohio Senate President Keith Faber thought his pledge to kill a package of right to work bills might end "breathless fundraising appeals" from Democrats. Comment?
Ohio's unemployment rate fell slightly to 7 percent in April after being stuck at 7.1 percent the two previous months, according to state data released Friday. Comment?
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources says Utica shale oil and gas production has grown over the past couple of years. Comment?
The latest job numbers show a tick downwards again in the unemployment rate. But Ohio Public Radio's Karen Kasler reports it still hasn't dropped below a big low it hit in December. Comment?
A Cuyahoga County judge has ordered an East Side company and its affiliates to pay more than $1 million in civil penalties for mishandling hazardous waste at its East 90th Street facility in Cleveland. Comment?
Ohio's unemployment rate fell slightly to 7 percent in April after being stuck at 7.1 percent the two previous months, according to s tate data released Friday. Comment?
Democrats and Republicans played another game of political tennis this week when House Republicans served up another vote to fully repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and Democrats returned a litany of reasons why the 2010 law is good for Americans. Comment?
The House of Representatives held its 37th vote to repeal Obamacare on Thursday afternoon. Comment?
It's always the "low-level" peon's fault, isn't it? When Democrats get caught red-handed abusing government powers and bullying their political enemies small and large, nobody at the top knows nuttin'. The buck stops in the janitors closet or something. Comment?
Akron For the sixth year during National Egg Month, Trillium Farms is helping to fill the tables of people struggling with hunger in the community by donating 97,200 eggs to the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank. Comment?
Back in February 2013, Bishop Thomas E. Breidenthal of the Episcopal Diocese of Southern Ohio encouraged a "diocesan conversation" about gun control with the "hope that in engaging this highly-charged topic, we might model the spiritual disciplines of respect, relentless self-questioning, and acknowledgment of what is of value in the arguments of ... (more) Comment?
Ohio was among the 40 states the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday that saw a slight dip in unemployment. Comment?