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2 hrs ago | Green Bay Press-Gazette
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7 hrs ago | The Cincinnati Enquirer
Falls are especially dangerous for older adults. It is estimated that more than one-third of adults 65 and older fall each year.
The Ohio Supreme Court has closed the door on JobsOhio, the non-profit entity created by Gov. John Kasich to oversee state economic development efforts.
Several dozen unionized teachers and community supporters gathered outside the Ohio Statehouse yesterday to "reclaim the promise of public education" in one of more than 100 such public events planned nationwide.
The running mate he was counting on to criticize Gov. John Kasich's tax policies turned out himself to owe about $826,000 in back taxes and penalties.
Tea party leader Ted Stevenot has filed initial paperwork to challenge Gov. John Kasich in the Republican gubernatorial primary, according to the Ohio Secretary of State's office.
The venture capital firm co-founded by Mark Kvamme, Gov. John Kasich's former jobs czar, stands to make at least $9 million in management fees on a $50 million, 10-year investment made by Ohio State University.
The president emeritus of Ohio State University was in Toledo on Monday as part of Gov. John Kasich's new education initiative called Quality and Value in Higher Education.
Bobby Sears presented the Lion School Bus to state and local officials telling them the vehicle has the potential to save Ohio school districts valuable funds.
Many low-income state residents can now sign up for the Medicaid health program through a new website, though it's unclear how soon their applications will get finalized.
The state opened registration Monday for people who beginning in January can get health insurance through an expanded Medicaid program, launching a new website it hopes most will use to get enrolled.
The USW represents 850,000 men and women employed in metals, mining, pulp and paper, rubber, chemicals, glass, auto supply and the energy-producing industries, along with a growing number of workers in public sector and service occupations.
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Ed FitzGerald's first big decision as the Democratic governor candidate was to pick a running mate.
It'll be a few more weeks before he finds out whether officials at the Ohio Department of Taxation are going to make good on the overpayment he made and originally brought to their attention back in 2003.