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The Johnstown-Monroe school board announced an agreement today to purchase property from a neighboring Roman Catholic church that provides needed right-of-ways for a workable site for a new high school.
The Ohio Attorney General and the Better Business Bureau are warning Ohio State fans to beware of Sugar Bowl ticket scams that have already snared consumers in Franklin and Fayette counties. Attorney General Mike DeWine’s office said it has learned of at least nine consumers who have lost hundreds of dollars to online ticket scams, the most recent from fans trying to buy tickets to the New Years Day playoff game between Ohio State and Alabama.
DELAWARE, Ohio — Police were questioning a man following the shooting this morning of another man on a quiet suburban street just south of downtown.
Republican Gov. John Kasich has made it his mission to get a constitutional amendment that would require a balanced budget. He’s planning a national tour to push the issue (though some of speculated it’s also a way for him to become more well-known nationally if he decides to run for president in 2016.)
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio — The man accused of ambushing and shooting to death two New York City police officers before killing himself had been charged in Springfield, Ohio, in 2009.
When Tiana Bishop turned 12, she made a wish — a specific wish.
While many farmers employ what are thought to be best practices to keep fertilizers from running off their fields and feeding huge algae blooms in lakes, including Erie, scientists are working on novel ways to curb the problem.
WASHINGTON — Gov. John Kasich is leading a crusade for a balanced-budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution, but some budget analysts fear it would force state officials to make extremely difficult decisions to raise taxes or cut spending.
SARDIS, Ohio — This hollow used to be peaceful. Not long ago, Randy Heater and his daughters would roam the Monroe County hills to hunt, setting up deer stands on quiet fall days when the air was still. On Dec. 13, that stillness shattered.
The Friends of Serpent Mound gathered at sunset yesterday at the ancient wonder in Peebles, Ohio, lighting luminaries to celebrate the arrival of the winter solstice.
ROSEVILLE, Ohio — Five families will move into new homes on donated land after sinkholes forced them to flee their rural Muskingum County property. They might not be in their new mobile homes in Perry County in time for Christmas.
GRANVILLE, Ohio — Explosive plumes of rubber ducks. Field trips to California. Rocks nearly 200 million years old. If you’re Erik Klemetti and you teach college courses about volcanoes in a state that, well, doesn’t have volcanoes, you have to be creative.
Lawmakers once again were busy in the post-election lame-duck session, moving quickly to pass a truckload of legislation that affects a wide variety of Ohioans. These issues were approved over the past two months; a few major issues did not make it into law.
This is a story about how a Christmas gift came back to the one who had given it, after almost half a century. I was talking to my friend Michael Bergman, a Madison County farmer, and I asked him if he was ready for Christmas.
It didn’t seem like our TVs were taken over by political ads quite as much this year, but we Ohioans still were inundated with 69,500 commercials worth nearly $34 million that were broadcast on state government campaigns, a study by the Center for Public Integrity shows.
CINCINNATI (AP) — An aging white lion given to the Cincinnati Zoo by performers Siegfried & Roy has been euthanized because of age-related health issues.
MASON, Ohio (AP) — Officials of this suburb of Cincinnati are eager to catch a troublesome beaver. Mason officials said the busy beaver has felled at least three trees and gnawed on more than 50 others at Pine Hill Lakes Park.
CINCINNATI (AP) — Prosecutors say an Ohio juvenile court judge sentenced to six months on a felony conviction should go to jail as ordered by the trial judge.
CINCINNATI (AP) — Commemorative fare cards for Cincinnati’s streetcar system have generated $50,000 since going on sale on Dec. 9. The Cincinnati Enquirer reported that more than 1,000 of the 1,500 metallic cards produced have been sold.
On top of Lori Yuppa’s Christmas tree sits a small angel handmade from a foam cup with her son’s picture on it. The ornament Chase Cummings made in the second grade has become one of her most cherished possessions since he overdosed on heroin on Sept. 18, 2012, her birthday. He was 18.
WASHINGTON — A resolution honoring Ohioan and Olympic athlete Jesse Owens has been approved by the U.S. Senate. Ohio senators Sherrod Brown and Rob Portman yesterday announced approval this week of the measure introduced by Brown and co-sponsored by Portman. It recognizes Owens' athletic accomplishments and his commitment to promoting civil rights.
Christmas might come early for central Ohioans traveling for the holidays, given low gas prices and predictions of mild weather. The AAA Auto Club is predicting the highest travel volume on record for Dec. 23 to Jan. 4. Nationwide, 98.6 million Americans are expected to travel at least 50 miles from home. That includes 3.8 million Ohioans, a 5 percent increase over the same period last holiday season.
A new Ohio law signed yesterday by Gov. John Kasich will shield from public disclosure the supplier of drugs used in future lethal injections effective on March 20.
Doctors could be missing the early warning signs of child abuse. But if they know what to look for and how to intervene, they may be able to save an infant’s life. At least that’s the hope behind a new Ohio Children’s Hospital Association study.
Four children reported being enticed by or nearly abducted by strangers this month on the North Side, prompting Columbus police to warn city residents yesterday to stay alert.
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