A Newspaper of General Circulation in Montgomery County, Ohio
Research released recently shows that healthy financial conditions drive increased merger and acquisition activity within the middle market.
A Cleveland Heights man has succeeded Ohio's first poet laureate to the honorary role that aims to highlight the literary art form.
Ohio's opiate addiction and overdose problem has revealed perhaps the ugliest aspect of the illegal drug trade - the practice of preying on ex-users who seek rehabilitation.
In an effort to educate military veterans about what it takes to own a business, one Columbus company offers ways to empower those veterans to start and grow their startups.
(BPT) What is one of the biggest sources of stress? It's cleaning on a deadline, especially when guests are on their way.
The Ohio Supreme Court will hear three oral arguments today, including an appeal by Willie G. Wilks, Jr, who was sentenced to death in 2014 after being convicted of murder.
Five people were indicted for firearms violations, U.S. Attorney Justin E. Herdman said.
Joy McShan Edwards, 37, of Steubenville, was convicted in U.S. District Court recently of retaliation against a witness.
Planning for retirement? You may want to consider hiring a retirement coach.
The Ohio Supreme Court will hear three oral arguments today, including an argument about whether the tort of intentional interference cover evidence that has been concealed.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) is proud to announce that the ODNR Division of Wildlife is joining more than 20 states in the adoption of a wildlife K-9 program.
No cases found in wild deer population; active steps taken to control further spread
Two Indianapolis men were sentenced recently in U.S. District Court for conspiring to rob a Middletown pharmacy of morphine and oxycodone on April 29, 2017 for the purpose of selling the drugs on the street.
(BPT) Life changes - getting married, having a baby, buying or selling a home, sending a child off to college or retiring - often come with changes to your tax situation. Overlooking these changes when filing your taxes can lead taxpayers to make mistakes that leave money on the table, potentially impacting their refund at a time when the average refund is about $2,800. Here is a list of common tax mistakes to avoid in the 2018 filing season to help ensure you don't miss any deductions or credits that you deserve.
A representative of the Greater Ohio Policy Center told Ohio Senate members that a bipartisan plan to create a regional economic study committee would be better served to include individuals from an advocacy group, an Ohio foundation and a representative of a metropolitan planning organization.
Lawmakers seated for the Government Accountability and Oversight Committee in the Ohio House of Representatives reckoned recently that some August special elections are acceptable - just not those that amount to a permanent tax levy.
The Ohio Supreme Court heard four oral arguments Tuesday, January 23rd, including a one debating whether a trial court improperly sent a wrongful death case to arbitration.
The Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) urges Ohio farmers and producers who have not yet done so to respond to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Census of Agriculture. Responses are accepted in the mail and online through February 5.
Two Brazilian nationals were indicted after police arrested them with two credit card skimmers, more than 250 counterfeit credit or bank cards and nearly $140,000 in cash, law enforcement officials said.
(BPT) Home is your sanctuary, your castle, the place where you feel the most secure and protected. It is natural to feel this way. So, it is not surprising that you store your prized possessions and valuables at home as well. But is that the best choice for all your valuables?