A Newspaper of General Circulation in Montgomery County, Ohio
The Ohio Department of Education is authorized by state law to base the funding of internet- or computer-based community schools, such as the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow (ECOT), on the duration of student participation, and not only on the “learning opportunities offered” to students, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
The blockchain industry, in which technology can transmit and store electronic records for a variety of other industries, including financial, supply chain management and health care, is gaining traction in Ohio and Gov. John Kasich recently signed new legislation to support the technology.
The ABA House of Delegates wrapped up its two-day meeting in Chicago, after approving a new membership model, updating lawyer-client communication model rules and urging the U.S. government to never again pursue the policy of separating families at the southern U.S. border.
As cybersecurity professionals and business leaders continue to bolster their 21st century data security plans, hackers maintain a pace just a few steps ahead of their marks.
Montgomery County Clerk of Commission, Gayle Ingram, has retired after a 30-year career in public service. Ingram was appointed Clerk of Commission in 2010 after serving as Manager of Commission Services and Deputy Clerk for the Montgomery County Board of County Commissioners. She began her career in public service back in 1979 with the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission and went on to serve in roles with New Futures for Dayton Area Youth, Inc. and the Office of Family and Children First.
University of Dayton head football coach Rick Chamberlin and his staff welcomed 114 players back to campus Sunday, August 5 as the Flyers prepare for the 2018 football season. UD opens the season at home vs, Robert Morris on Sept. 1.
The issue of women leaving the practice of law at what should be the height of their careers, and what can be done about it was the focus of one of ABA President Hilarie Bass’ initiatives. At the ABA Annual Meeting in Chicago, the “Long-Term Careers for Women in Law: What’s Pushing Women Out and What Can We Do to Keep Them in the Profession?” program laid out what a year’s worth of scientific research has revealed about the dilemma.
Manufacturing continues to be a significant sector for Ohio - including Franklin County, according to a new report from the Ohio Manufacturers' Association.
A Chinese national who had been living in Massachusetts pleaded guilty to distributing opioids and other drugs that were shipped from China to the United States and ultimately to Ohio.
A Cleveland lawyer’s paralegal repeatedly recorded conversations of her boss berating her physical appearance and dress, and calling her a “ho,” “dirtbag,” and other obscenities. The lawyer’s explanation for his behavior was that he learned the lingo from rappers and hip-hop artists he represents as an entertainment lawyer, and he thought he was being funny.
Ohio law does not allow victims of an alleged Dayton Ponzi scheme to seek financial recovery from brokers that unknowingly purchased fraudulent investments from the scam perpetrator at the direction of the victims, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
As Ohio fair season continues throughout the summer and early fall, lawmakers in the Ohio House of Representatives have unfinished business relating to a bill that aims to beef up amusement ride safety, in the opinion of one of their own.
With stricter land-use regulations, homeowners can expect higher home values and strong job growth, according to a new report.
Upon return from summer recess, lawmakers seated for a committee in the Ohio House of Representatives may consider a piece of legislation meant to correct officially a public record.
Law enforcement asks potential additional victims to call or email hotline
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today released the following statement regarding Senate Bill 220, the Data Protection Act sponsored by State Senators Bob Hackett (R-London) and Kevin Bacon (R-Westerville) being signed into law:
The Ohio Supreme Court recently dismissed rule violation charges against a Cleveland attorney who filed and lost the criminal conviction appeal of man he never met or spoke to until after the case ended.
Facing a judge can be intimidating. But in Summit County, there’s a new probation officer who provides some hand holding, at least with his paws.
August is National Immunization Month and Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County is reminding parents to have their school-age children vaccinated.
The University of Dayton partnered with the YMCA to host the twelfth annual YMCA Olympics.