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For years, the conventional wisdom on housing was simple: Never rent when you can buy. Then came a little thing called the crash of 2008, when housing values plummeted, thousands of homeowners faced foreclosure and a lot of credit was destroyed. The decision to buy (or not) isn’t strictly a financial calculation. Those facing the choice, experts say, should consider five key questions.
A Violet Township trustee who accidentally shot a student who was taking his concealed-carry class last year resolved the criminal case against him today. Terry J. Dunlap Sr., 74, pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge of negligent assault in Fairfield County Municipal Court. Visiting Judge Teresa Liston then found Dunlap guilty.
An elderly couple whose car was broadsided at a busy Pickaway County intersection Wednesday afternoon have died. Sheriff Robert Radcliff said that Ada Lou Deal, 86, and her husband, 87-year-old Arthur Deal, didn’t appear at first to be seriously injured in the crash at the intersection of Rts. 23 and 762 around 2 p.m.
Some college students need a little help when it comes to how best to enjoy Halloween, so a man who has seen a more than a few Halloweens and thousands of college students has some advice.
A well-known Ross County businessman pleaded guilty today in federal court to embezzling $4.1 million from the Huntington National Bank where he worked. Joseph P. Molnar, 50, of Chillicothe was the managing director of the bank’s community development corporation when he stole the money by diverting developers’ fees into his personal accounts from 2005 to 2012, Internal Revenue Service Special Agent Anne Nightingale testified today.
WASHINGTON — On the same day that the fourth U.S. patient with Ebola began to receive treatment in a New York City hospital, U.S. House members expressed grave concern today that the United States remains unprepared for a pandemic of the disease.
If ever you could call Ohio flamboyant, this would be the weekend. It’s the big show. The last gasp, even. It’s likely to be your last chance to get out and enjoy the full beauty that is Ohio in the fall. The trees have hit their peak and will fade fast.
The Peoli United Methodist Church in Tuscarawas County is surrounded by fall colors as sunshine moves in after a recent rainstorm. The cemetery next to the rural church southeast of Newcomerstown includes the grave of Hall of Fame baseball pitcher Denton “Cy” Young, who was born in nearby Gilmore.
An inmate diagnosed with leprosy has been released from Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and transferred to a state prison medical facility in Columbus.
OXFORD, Ohio — Columnist George F. Will appeared for a speech at Miami University and drew protests over his commentary on sexual-assault reporting at colleges.
CLEVELAND — Attorneys for a convicted sex offender charged with killing three women near Cleveland want a special prosecutor to handle the potential death-penalty case.
Authorities in northeastern Ohio say they’ve seized dozens of guns, thousands of rounds of ammunition, and police equipment including badges, silencers and vehicles from the home of a central Ohio man who tried to pull over a uniformed officer as he drove to work.
With deer hunting underway in Ohio, state officials are warning hunters not to eat animals that show signs of a rare disease that has found its way into the state for the first time. Chronic Wasting Disease, which is similar to mad-cow disease except that it hasn’t been shown to infect humans, was found in a deer in northeastern Ohio’s Holmes County.
If money is speech like the U.S. Supreme Court says, then Ohio Republicans sure have a lot more to talk about this election than the Democrats. In the last comprehensive look Ohio voters will get before Election Day at how the candidates are bankrolling their campaigns, the GOP stable of statewide incumbents has now raised 2.3 times as much as their Democratic competitors.
It was the closest thing to a debate with all three candidates in the gubernatorial race this year, except one candidate refused to acknowledge another. Cleveland Plain-Dealer/Northeast Ohio Media Group hosted an editorial board meeting yesterday for Republican Gov. John Kasich, Democrat Ed FitzGerald and Green Party candidate Anita Rios.
The candidates for attorney general — incumbent Republican Mike DeWine, and Democratic challenger David Pepper — are clawing away at each other as the Nov. 4 election nears. The latest battleground is the white board, the advertising medium made famous in the UPS commercials in which a man used a marker to sketch on a white dry-erase board.
The producer of a documentary on sex trafficking in Ohio hopes his take on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge will help create awareness and funding for his film, which he aims to get into every school and before every youth group in Ohio.
Despite his third strike, Columbus lawyer Christopher Cicero, who tipped off then-Ohio State University football coach Jim Tressel to his players’ tattoo scandal, might be allowed to practice law again someday. By a 5-2 vote, Ohio Supreme Court justices indefinitely suspended Cicero’s law license yesterday for fraudulently fixing a speeding ticket that would have led to the suspension of his driver’s license.
AKRON, Ohio — Authorities seized around 30 guns, more than 15,000 rounds of ammunition, uniforms, silencers, police badges and vehicles from the central Ohio home of a man who police say tried to pull over a uniformed Akron police officer as he drove to work last week.
CLEVELAND — The owner of a northeast Ohio business that managed health care plans has been charged in federal court with stealing $1.5 million from several companies, a hospital, a non-profit agency and two school districts.
OXFORD, Ohio — An appearance by columnist George F. Will has drawn protests on a southwest Ohio campus over his commentary on sexual assault reporting at colleges.
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CLEVELAND — Police say the number of homicides in Cleveland in 2014 is on track to surpass rates of recent years.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Faculty members at a northeast Ohio university have voted to authorize a strike as the school and the faculty union work to reach a contract agreement.
The state can give small-business owners an income-tax cut, but it can’t force them to take it. Business owners could take a 50 percent tax deduction on up to $250,000 of income for 2013. But estimates from the Ohio Department of Taxation show that hundreds of thousands of business owners did not utilize it, causing them to pay hundreds of millions in taxes that state law did not require them to pay.
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