A Newspaper of General Circulation in Montgomery County, Ohio
The Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday, July 17th, heard four oral arguments, including an appeal from the Geauga County Prosecutor’s Office regarding whether a person can earn jail-time credit from one offense when in jail on a separate charge.
A federal indictment unsealed recently charges seven people with engaging in a methamphetamine trafficking conspiracy in the Miami Valley and across southern and central Ohio.
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) recently issued a call for comments regarding AT&T Ohio’s application to discontinue its participation in the federal Lifeline program throughout the majority of its service territory. Comments are due Aug. 31, 2018.
The Ohio Supreme Court on Wednesday, July 18th, heard three oral arguments, including an argument from Cora Bell whose husband moved into a Carlisle skilled nursing care facility in January 2014 and died in May of that year. Embassy Healthcare, which operates the nursing home, sent a letter to Bell in November about an outstanding bill of $1,678 for her husband’s care without first submit its claim to her husband’s estate.
Focused on your family’s future, you’ve been dutifully saving for your child’s higher education expenses in Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage. Meanwhile, you keep reading articles showing that college costs are rising. As well as saving in a tax-advantaged 529 plan, your family can take additional steps to reduce higher education expenses before your student heads off to college. In fact, your child can even earn college credits while still in high school.
This summer, the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) is reminding consumers of important outage preparation information. While the electric distribution system in Ohio is typically safe and reliable, weather conditions such as thunderstorms, high winds or tornados can cause service interruptions. The PUCO offers these tips for being prepared in the event electric customers experience an outage.
Defendant pretended to be former Navy SEAL
Lawmakers in the Ohio House of Representatives recently heard testimony on a bill meant to protect our four-legged friends from a deadly drug that has shown up in commercial dog and cat foods.
The Ohio Supreme Court recently permanently disbarred a Cleveland attorney for violating several professional conduct rules, including failure to file an appeal of his client’s criminal conviction that he had promised to submit.
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Across Ohio, hundreds of teachers are using crowdfunding – online fundraising – to generate donations to provide materials to enhance the educational experience of their students. A new report and survey from Auditor of State Dave Yost found that many school districts do not have policies to guide teachers and administrators on how to use crowdfunding properly. The report provides best practices for districts considering these policies.
A Dayton area attorney received a six-month stayed suspension from the Ohio Supreme Court recently for his conduct related to the disputed representation of a client.
The Ohio Secretary of State’s Office recently announced that a committee seeking minor party status for the Libertarian Party of Ohio has met the necessary requirements.
Whether to downsize, age in place or buy into a retirement community is an important decision individuals approaching retirement age encounter before parting ways with careers and the daily grind.
The Materials and Manufacturing Directorate at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and The Ohio State University’s Center for Electron Microscopy and Analysis have a congressionally directed collaborative research agreement in the works.
The Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine welcomed 120 students during a special ceremony on Sunday, July 8, formally marking the start of their medical education. The annual Convocation and White Coat Ceremony will be held at 2 p.m. at the Schuster Center, 1 West Second Street, Dayton, OH 45402.
University of Dayton men's basketball coach Anthony Grant has announced that Ed Streit has joined the Flyers as the men's basketball program's Strength and Conditioning Coach.
Everyone on campus is invited to the Library Loggia on Wednesdays in July from 12 noon - 1 p.m. to try some of the games that the library has available for faculty and staff to borrow. Students have been enjoying playing the games and getting to meet others on campus.
The Montgomery County Public Defender Commission is pleased to announce the selection of attorney Theresa G. Haire as the new Montgomery County Public Defender. Ms. Haire comes to the Montgomery County Public Defender’s Office with over 28 years of trial experience protecting the legal rights of the indigent citizens of Ohio.
Alex Sogard, an assistant coach at Wright State for the last two years, was named the Raider’s head baseball coach. He replaces Jeff Mercer, who accepted the head coach position at Indiana University.