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Ohio Supreme Court Justice William O'Neill came to the high-court bench as the proverbial renaissance man.
The Ohio Inspector General issued three reports of investigation recently involving Ohio correctional institutions.
Ohio law requires a claim against an estate to be filed on time and in writing to the estate’s executor or administrator. Delivering the claim to a person not appointed by the probate court who gives it to the executor or administrator does not meet the law’s requirements, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
Ohio Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor and Ohio Department of Administrative Services Director Robert Blair recently honored 23 employees from four state agencies with the Governor’s Award for Employee Excellence for extraordinary public service.
(BPT) - Come tax time, many people work to locate tax breaks. While this is always a smart financial move, a little-known way to help build your net worth is to keep taxes top of mind throughout the entire year.
Supreme Court Justice Sharon Kennedy began her career in justice as a police officer at the Hamilton Police Department.
The 2017-2018 hunting and trapping seasons were among the regulations approved by the Ohio Wildlife Council at its scheduled meeting on Wednesday, April 12, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR).
Two Cleveland women were indicted on charges of conspiracy to make false claims for fraudulently claiming false tax refunds for more than $300,000, said David A. Sierleja, Acting U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio, and Frank S. Turner II, Acting Special Agent in Charge, IRS Criminal Investigation, Cincinnati Field Office.
(BPT) Health care costs are in the news all the time. You hear about them at work and when you're with friends and family. The comments are always the same. Health care is getting more and more expensive and it seems to be outpacing the money you make.
Jeremy Moser sentenced to three years of community control after paying restitution of $10,000 to the victim.
The media firestorm that resulted last summer when it became widely known that pharmaceutical company Mylan hiked the price of its life-saving EpiPen-brand epinephrine autoinjector by at least 400 percent has subsided.
The Ohio Chapter of Americans for Prosperity (AFP) recently honored Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted with the Taxpayers’ Torch Award at their Path to Prosperity event. The award recognizes those who have shown exceptional stewardship of taxpayer dollars and demonstrated conservative leadership in bringing about a more efficient, more effective government.
Free event targets minorities, women and disadvantaged job seekers and business owners
Ohio Supreme Court Justice Pat DeWine arrived at the highest court in the state with broad governmental experience.
Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) Director David T. Daniels has appointed former State Representative Tim Derickson as the department’s assistant director. Derickson most recently served as executive director of the Ohio Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors. One of his many accomplishments in the legislature was sponsorship of HB 89 in March 2011 that established Ohio Agriculture Week, an annual week of recognition dedicated to the state’s largest industry.
(Marion) Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Marion County Sheriff Tim Bailey recently released the facial reconstruction of a man whose skeletal remains were found more than 27 years ago.
CollegeAdvantage. Ohio Tuition Trust Authority. Ohio’s 529 Savings Program. Ohio’s 529 Plan. The myriad of terms may have complicated research being done on 529 college savings plans, especially for Ohio residents. For an explanation on what these names describe, let’s start at the beginning.
According to a new study, if someone has different work identities, their job performance may suffer.
One of the more common findings in township financial audits relates to the improper reimbursement of out-of-pocket health care costs.
If a criminal defendant gets a harsher sentence than one offered in a plea bargain, any allegation that the judge imposed the sentence as a “trial tax” must be supported with evidence that clearly and convincingly demonstrates the judge acted vindictively, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.