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The celebration was on Tuesday afternoon as Paulding Exempted Village Schools got a visit from Dr. Richard Ross of the Ohio Department of Education congratulating the district on being awarded grant money in the Straight A funding from the state.
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Ohioans voted to repeal a law restricting collective bargaining rights for 350,000 public workers.
On Tuesday, Ohio Governor John Kasich approved tax credits for 2 companies that will create 575 jobs and retain investments they've already made in Massillon, Fremont and Youngstown.
Ohio Governor John Kasich is poised to sign a new adoption bill into law. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports this bill is designed to make it easier for adult adoptees to find their birth parents or get important medical information.
Mayor John Cranley is concerned about the impact of future streetcar operating costs on the city's budget.
Seven area school districts won major grants from the Ohio Department of Education that will be used to develop programs to improve student and teacher achievement and increase efficiency.
Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald, once practically assured of a clear Democratic field in his bid for governor, soon could have a primary challenger.
A state budgetary panel on Monday signed off on $25,000 in aid to Jerry City in Wood County and Cloverdale in Putnam County to help pay for the cities' clean-up after tornadoes that swept through northwest Ohio on Nov. 17. Damages weren't enough to warrant a presidential disaster declaration, so Gov. John Kasich authorized supplemental help to the ... (more)
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Xavier... Ono's appointment as honorary consul is designed to enhance the promotion of a strong relationship between the state of Ohio and Japan.
Unionized steelworkers in three states are delivering groceries and toys collected for the families of workers laid off from Ormet Corp.'s aluminum smelter along the Ohio River.
A transportation project deemed critical to growing jobs in the region has essentially cleared its final funding hurdle more than a decade after planning started.
Eight area school districts will share more than $1 million in grants from the Ohio Department of Education that will be used to develop programs to improve student and teacher achievement and increase efficiency.
As we've pointed out over the last couple of days , Ohio's private schools are exempt from the same level of standardized testing requirements that are stressing out teachers, students, and parents in the public schools.
State Sen. Lou Gentile has proposed naming a new stretch of highway that was paid for, in part, by a program Gov. John Kasich has previously criticized after Kasich's last election opponent.
Republican Gov. John Kasich spoke yesterday at the University of Cincinnati commencement ceremonies.