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RICK ADAMCZAK, Daily Reporter Staff Writer
Date Published: June 23, 2008
A Newspaper of General Circulation in Montgomery County, Ohio
Date Published: June 23, 2008
Next Up Will Be The Hall Of Fame Holiday Classic In Uncasville, Conn. On Dec. 16 Against Tulsa
The Wright State men's basketball team played a tough team at a tough venue at Kent State last Saturday afternoon, falling in a back-and-forth game 83-76. WSU is now 4-6 while the Golden Flash goes to 8-1, riding a six-game winning streak.
The University of Dayton men's basketball team fell to Tulsa in the Basketball Hall of Fame Showcase at Mohegan Sun Aewna on Sunday afternoon by a score of 72-67. The Flyers are now 5-5 overall this season, while the Golden Hurricane improve their record to 9-3.
The ABA Legal Technology Resource Center (LTRC) has released its annual ABA TECHREPORT 2018, a comprehensive publication exploring how attorneys are using technology in their practices. ABA TECHREPORT 2018 combines data from the annual Legal Technology Survey Report with expert analysis, observations and predictions from leaders in the legal technology field.
Justice O'Donnell looks back on 15 years at the Court
The Ohio burgee - the Buckeye State's distinctive state flag - soon may have an official retirement ceremony.
A measure that would allow active military service members and their families to study at Ohio colleges and universities at in-state tuition rates without the obligation of permanently residing in the Buckeye State recently cleared the Ohio House of Representatives by unanimous vote.
Unlike most of Time magazine’s “Person of the Year” designees since 1927, we can be certain none of those featured this year on that iconic, red-framed cover wanted to be there.
The Ohio Supreme Court recently rejected a Monroe County couple’s claim that an oil and gas royalty interest in their property — originally reserved by prior owners in 1915 — was extinguished because it was not described in enough detail in the couple’s deed to their property.
A Michigan woman was indicted for helping a man avoid registering as a sex offender.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine recently praised members of the Ohio House of Representatives and Ohio Senate for passing legislation to ensure the creation of the Ohio Attorney General's Sexual Assault Kit Tracking System.
A Dublin-based startup company is using blockchain technology to create travelers checks for the digital age.
The former Mahoning County auditor was indefinitely suspended from the practice of law by the Ohio Supreme Court recently for ethical violations related to the “Oakhill scandal.”
A Toledo man was charged with making false statements.
Ohio Department of Insurance Director Jillian Froment recently announced passage of a number of changes to Ohio law that will benefit Ohio consumers while further strengthening Ohio’s robust insurance market. Among the changes made by Ohio’s legislature are sweeping cybersecurity reforms that will help to better protect Ohio consumers while providing a level playing field for Ohio insurers.
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted is seeking to transfer $10 million in office funds to the state’s general revenue fund (GRF). The request was detailed in a letter sent to Ohio Office of Budget and Management Director Timothy S. Keen late last year.
An American priest from Cincinnati has been charged by a federal criminal complaint for allegedly sexually abusing minor boys.
With a greater number of smart devices comes a greater risk of cybercrime.
A legislative task force charged with taking a deep look at poverty's impact on the education of Ohio's children and any resultant achievement gap between rich and poor students has wrapped up its work and filed a report.
Pet lovers and armchair political commentators alike confirmed the soft spot Americans have for their canine companions upon observing the late-President George H.W. Bush's service dog lying alongside his flag-draped coffin.