Hamilton: Where Congress falls short ... and where it doesn't
At a public gathering the other day, someone asked me how I'd sum up my views on Congress.
DOI 2012 report shows big economic impact of NPS, visitors spend $157M in Ohio
National parks across the country, from the White House to Yellowstone, are shutting down today after Congress failed to meet the deadline for keeping the government funded.
Hayes Center says every veteran has a story
Julie Mayle, manuscripts assistant at the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center, thinks every war veteran has a story.
Dingell to retire from Congress
Rep. John D. Dingell Jr., D-Mich., longtime friend of the auto industry and the longest serving member of the U.S. House, has announced he will retire from Congress at the end of his current term.
Jordan: Voting bloc could aid flood effort
By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER Recruiting all of the region's congressmen to help advance Blanchard River flood-control efforts is possible, U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan said Monday.
Boehner can't balk on immigration reform by chiding Obama: editorial
The 28 Republicans who voted with 193 Democrats to raise the ceiling did the right thing for the country.
The Daily Record
Holmes Sheriff investigates car fire-caused death
CONGRESS TWP., Ohio -- There is still mystery as to why a West Salem man's car caught fire Saturday night, which caused his death.
The Plain Dealer
Ohio members of Congress target carp-placency of Corps: editorial
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Good. The Corps keeps finding ways to delay doing the most obvious thing to keep Asian carp out of the Great Lakes at Chicago: hydrological separation of the Great Lakes and Mississippi River basins.