Project To Upgrade Transit, Broadband Access In Rural Areas

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio transportation agency is expected to use nearly $7 million in federal money to upgrade technology of rural transit agencies and increase broadband Internet access in...

Founder Of Ohio U Visual Communication Program Dies At 91

ATHENS, Ohio (AP) — Chuck Scott, who founded the visual communication program at Ohio University and served as the school’s director for many years, has died. Scott was 91. Ohio University...

Gloria Steinem Returns To Ohio Hometown, Talks Politics

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Author and activist Gloria Steinem visited her roots this past week. Steinem touched on politics, women’s rights and racism during a talk to more than 2,400 people on...

The Little Girl Who Could: Life After Pit Bull Attack

CINCINNATI (AP) — Zainabou Drame rolls sideways down the steep slope of her front yard. Moments later, she runs down the sidewalk, the shoelaces of her sneakers untied. Her older brother follows....

Water Protection Rule Puts Ohio Cities, Homeowners At Odds

Slivers of land covered with wild grass and shrubs meant to protect drinking water in reservoirs around Ohio have become the source of a squabble among homeowners, cities and state lawmakers....

New Federal Report Shows Homelessness Declining In Ohio

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A new federal report says that homelessness is on the decline in Ohio and the nation. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development report released this week shows...

Ohio’s Mineral Resources Topped $2.1 Billion Last Year

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio Department of Natural Resources says the state produced more than $2.1 billion in mineral resources last year. A new report from the agency released this week says...

Widening I-75 In Northwest Ohio Reaches Halfway Point

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — There’s a bit of good news for drivers in northwestern Ohio who’ve been dodging bumps and dips on Interstate 75 during a massive widening project south of Toledo....

Scientists: Fungus Causes Snake Ailment, But Reason Elusive

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — A fungus has been identified as the cause of a mysterious ailment that has been infecting some snake species in the eastern United States, threatening some isolated snake...
↑ Back to Top ↑
Advertisment ad adsense adlogger