Sen. Brown calls on president to ensure overtime pay for all 130,000 Ohioans who’ve been promised a raise.
State House of Representatives OK’s legislation involving education, farm land values and the fight against drugs.
Mom-and-Pop stores made up 27 percent of the sales tax total
Project includes installation of sidewalks on the west side of Main Street and pedestrian signals at Main and Church streets, as well as crosswalk improvements.
More people may be prevented from joining Ohio's Medicaid expansion program.
Norwalk council members also OK amendment to drug-free work place policy.
After months of secret negotiations
City employees will need to notify their supervisors they are taking medication which has symptoms or side effects that affect their daily duties.
Glitch in computer system causes problem for some Huron County residents.
Construction will start in September or October after the outdoor Ernsthausen Community Center pool closes.
In May, these 10 were convicted of crimes related to trying to cheat Ohio’s workers’ compensation system.
Mayor praises citizens who are “concerned about our community” and an “outstanding” police department.
Illinois man, 66, died during gunfire exchanged with congressional security workers.
Parks and recreation department is “getting quotes for the project.”
President says he would be “100 percent” willing to testify under oath in the government’s Russia probe.