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The Ohio Supreme Court recently suspended a Cleveland attorney for two years, with 18 months stayed, for neglecting the immigration matter of a Bulgarian ballroom dancer, then lying about his legal misconduct.
A Maple Heights woman was indicted for robbing the same store on Chagrin Boulevard in Woodmere on consecutive days.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) and the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently received approval from the State Controlling Board to begin funding nearly $10 million in projects aimed toward helping to keep dredged material out of Lake Erie. These projects are part of Ohio’s “Healthy Lake Erie Fund” efforts and will be managed by local officials and sponsors from Toledo, Lorain and Conneaut, the communities where these monies are being invested. These projects represent a portion of Ohio’s dredged material management program developed jointly by the Ohio EPA, ODNR and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with input from local stakeholders.
While some of Honda's sedan models built at the Marysville Ohio Auto Plant had strong sales in December, all models suffered sales losses domestically on annual basis last year.
Altering a wind farm’s construction timeline is an “amendment,” and a proposal for a 91-turbine farm must return to state regulators for an extension, potentially subjecting the facility to stricter state rules, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
Employers are seeing more new hires rotate out of a position sooner, according to one Columbus firm.
No state income tax and easy access to health care are a couple of the reasons South Dakota takes top honors when it comes to states where retirees wanting to make the most of their retirement dollar.
Fiat Chrysler will recall and repair vehicles, pay civil penalties, implement corporate governance reforms, and fully mitigate excess pollution. total value of settlements will exceed $500 million
(BPT) Ever since the dawn of credit reporting, the information has looked relatively the same. Your lenders reported information to one, two or all three of the national credit reporting companies (CRCs) based on your most recent loan payment activities and balances.
Ohio ranked as the 15th best growth state last year, up from its previous ranking of 34th, according to U-Haul's data analysis of U.S. migration trends for 2018.
Two Toledo men were charged in federal court after allegedly stealing dozens of guns from a firearms store in Oregon, Ohio.
First Amendment threats and defenses have, for much of the past 100 years, largely focused on protecting individual speech — the rights of any one of us to express ourselves without interference or punishment by the government.
Geographic spread of flu activity elevated to “widespread,” highest level
Grappling with challenges from the high prevalence of smoking, low immunization coverage among children and high levels of air pollution, Ohio is ranked the 40th healthiest state, according to the United Health Foundation's American Health Rankings 2018 report, which was released last month.
(BPT) If you're like many Americans, retirement planning may not be high on your "to-do" list. When life is busy and you're shouldering the burden of looking out for yourself and your family, setting up a retirement plan can slide down the priority list - especially if you're hoping it will somehow be easier in a year, two or more.
The human face employs more than a dozen ways to demonstrate happiness, according to an Ohio State University-led study.
Wright State University will maintain its normal operating hours following a strike notice filed today by the union representing nearly 560 of the university’s more than 1,700 faculty members. The notification indicates the strike may begin on Tuesday, January 22 at 8 a.m.
A Toledo couple was indicted in federal court for their roles in a conspiracy to use explosives and firearms to kill and injure others.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine recently announced a multistate settlement with Career Education Corporation, a for-profit college provider that operated several schools, including Sanford-Brown, Le Cordon Bleu, and International Academy of Design & Technology.
While it's unclear when the federal government's partial shutdown will end, Ohio is among the least affected, according to a new study.