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Sinclair Volleyball Receives Awards

In post-season awards announced on November 1, the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC) awarded Sinclair's volleyball coach K.C. Gan Coach of the Year and #10 Jessica Thobe as Player of the Year.

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Date Published: November 9, 2012

 

 

Supreme Court heard six cases last week, including argument over if business tax can be imposed on out-of-state e-commerce companies

Last week, the Supreme Court of Ohio heard oral arguments in five cases; three cases on Tuesday, May 3 and two cases on Wednesday, May 4 at the Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial Center in Columbus.

Centennial gala of nation's first presidential library planned

(Fremont) It’s not every day a given public institution marks its centennial, let alone the country’s first presidential library.

Bill calling for tax deduction for recent grads' college expenses mulled by House committee

Tax Day 2016 along with its financial implications is a fleeting memory to most of us.

PUCO accepts results of FirstEnergy auction

Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) recently accepted the results of FirstEnergy’s wholesale auction that will ultimately determine its standard service offer through May 2019.

Auditor Yost hosts anti-fraud workshops in hopes of reducing theft

The impact of fraud on our public institutions is devastating:

Even attentive attorneys must be on alert for scams

These days just about anyone can fall prey to a cyberattack or email scam and attorneys are no exception.

Bill designed to encourage more 'pad-ready' sites for businesses

A bill that would institute a property-tax freeze on privately owned, non-commercial property with the hope of incentivizing land improvements before owners sell the real estate for development is getting a chilly reception from parties testifying before a Senate committee.

Ohio is No. 1 in nation for Tree City USA communities

Ohio leads nation for 35th year in a row

University of Dayton's 18th president Leaving an Unforgettable Legacy

It's a truism in higher education: change tends to happen slowly on a college campus. When Daniel J. Curran, 65, steps down as the University of Dayton's president this summer after a 14-year tenure, he will have turned that adage on its head.

Montgomery County Water Quality Once Again Meets or Exceeds Drinking Water Quality Standards

Montgomery County Environmental Services has once again met or exceeded all drinking water safety and testing standards, as set forth by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Is your child being bullied or is your child the bully?

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- According to the National Bullying Prevention Center, one out of every four students report being bullied during the school year, and 64 percent of bullied children did not report it.

WS Wenzler Takes First; Golf Finishes Third at HL Championship

The Wright State golf team finished third as the final round of the Horizon League Championships was played Sunday at Mission Inn Resort in Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida.

Witness’s compelled statement after Invoking Fifth Amendment did not impact trial outcome

The Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently that even if a municipal court judge erred when he made a witness attempting to invoke his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination read a written statement he previously made to police, the error was harmless because the judge did not consider the statement in finding the witness’s son guilty of domestic violence. The Supreme Court found other evidence in the case was more than enough to support that conviction.

U.S. EPA retracts racing regulation following DeWine's request

Following an effort led by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has rescinded language within a proposed regulation which sought to prohibit the sale and use of many performance auto parts in competitive racing vehicles. The rescinded language, buried in a 629-page proposal, sought to prohibit vehicle modifications “even if they are used solely for competition or if they become nonroad vehicles or engines."

Bill sponsors hope education program will stem growth of student loan debt

Any Ohioan paying the slightest attention to news coverage of the 2016 presidential campaigns has learned that the greatest threat to millennials and those who come of age subsequent to demographic set is student loan debt.

Jeni's CEO tells OSU business students about importance of ethics

As part of Ohio State’s Fisher College of Business Ethics in Leadership Capstone event, master of business association students received an inside look exploring the importance of ethics in the face of crisis during the event’s keynote speech by John Lowe, CEO of Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, who shared insights into the significance of ethics in business.

Ohio Supreme Court clarifies attorney's reporting of fellow lawyer's misconduct

An advisory opinion issued by the Ohio Supreme Court’s Board of Professional Conduct recently addressed an attorney’s duty to report knowledge of another attorney’s misconduct.

Ohio Bar Exam results announced

The Ohio Supreme Court recently released results from the February 2016 Ohio Bar Examination. Of the 421 aspiring lawyers who sat for the exam, 57.2 percent (241) passed; out of 209 first-time test takers, 70 percent received passing scores.

OSU business students win Big Ten competition

A team of MBA students from The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business impressed company representatives with a presentation that earned the team a victory at Fisher’s Big Ten+ Case Competition.

OSU forum focuses on food security, childhood hunger

The Ohio State University hosted an event, Buckeye Summit April 14 at the Ohio Union that facilitated discussion about food security and childhood hunger.