By MARC KOVAC email@example.com COLUMBUS A group that hopes to overturn Ohio’s ban on gay
In a few months, statewide elected officials and legislative candidates will be full-swing into their election campaigns, with ample amounts of vitriol to fill voters’ mailboxes and screens.
Some board members expressed reservations about the blizzard bags
Here are some things you should know going into the primary election season
Davis has surrendered his state registration and admitted he was incompetent
The latest request from the Ohio Department of Transportation was for more than $2 million to buy about 30,000 tons of salt from Cargill De-Icing Technology Inc. and Morton Salt Inc
By MARC KOVAC firstname.lastname@example.org COLUMBUS A couple of projects included in Gov. John Kasich’s $2.4
Legal wrangling in the case has stretched out over five years, with a failed attempt at mediation in 2010 and countering plans favored by the judges and the city
SSSqWe’ve got to determine what the cause is,’ the governor said
Approval was given Thursday for collection to begin
Rep. John Becker told members of the Ohio House’s Ways and Means Committee this week that state law should be changed to allow such couples to file their state taxes separately instead of jointly
The compromise provides four additional calamity days once districts have used their initial five already outlined in state law and four contingency days they planned at the start of the school year.
House Bill 375 would provide clarity to the state’s oil and gas tax policies, says a rep from state oil and gas association
Defendant convicted of murdering a YSU student in 1985
State to decide on gaming machines for fraternal and veteran organizations
Democrats said the law would make it harder for eligible Ohioans to cast ballots and could mean more legitimate votes are thrown out
The documents include plans for 988 horse stalls in 13 barns at the site
The state's hospice programs would be required to get rid of the painkillers
Democrats objected to the changes
The sales tax holiday would begin on the first Friday of August and would cover school supplies, computers and supplies.
The Senate moved an amended bill Wednesday allowing four additional snow days but only after schools have used makeup days outlined in required contingency plans
Should the ODNR be the sole authority of who can drill and where in Ohio communities?
By MARC KOVAC email@example.com COLUMBUS Newly released documents outline plans to market
For the third consecutive year, inmates at the Ohio Reformatory for Women in Marysville, through the Ohio Department of Corrections’ Ohio Penal Industries program, have sewed massive lengths of fabric into an auditorium curtain adorned with the larger-than-life banner.
The attorney general alleges the two salt companies divvied up the state and manipulated road salt prices in a scheme that cost state and local governments $50 million or more.
Horse stalls stall permits at Austintown racino
The state’s liquor control division reported sales of 12 million gallons for the year, up from 11.9 million in 2012.
Shale-oil drilling is increasingly focusing on eight counties in eastern Ohio, including Columbiana, and those areas are seeing some of the biggest gains in sales-tax receipts.
The Ohio Human Trafficking Task Force is distributing thousands of posters, to be displayed in rest stops, youth services facilities, prisons, halfway houses and other locations.
Columbus executive to work on plan to market Ohio
State shifting focus to people living in poverty
Kasich: ‘Ohio is going in the right direction’
Representatives from Penn National Gaming and the Ohio Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association updated Ohio Racing Commission members on negotiations to increase the number of horse stalls.
The system is the subject of a lawsuit before the Ohio Supreme Court
The state’s high court is still considering whether a liberal advocacy group has standing to challenge the constitutionality of JobsOhio.
The law blocks minor parties from participating in next year’s primary but gives them until mid-year to collect signatures to qualify for the November 2014 election.
In November 2009, voters signed off on a constitutional amendment allowing the state to borrow up to $200 million to pay cash bonuses to Ohio military men and women.
State Sen. Joe Schiavoni of Boardman questioned whether funds should instead be directed into other services.
House Bill 112 created a new check-off on income-tax forms that allows filers to donate all or part of their refunds to a program that provides free breast and cervical cancer screening and related services to Ohio women.
Racing commission concerned about number of horse stalls at Austintown project
Bill sponsors say it's an attempt to make it easier for businesses to file required forms and pay their municipal tax bills.
Sen. Michael Skindell, D-Lakewood, offered SB 177 as a way to protect household companion animals and abuse victims.
Roberts was convicted in the 2001 murder of her husband Robert Fingerhut.
Plaintiffs said the State Controlling Board overstepped its authority with a decision that runs contrary to the intent of the general assembly.
Opponents have promised to file suit to stop the expansion.
The move likely will force existing sweepstakes parlors that have not yet closed shop to change their businesses to bring them in line with the new state law or cease operations in the state.
Separate legislation to expand eligibility has stalled in the House and Senate.
He faces several charges
A JobsOhio spokeswoman said economic-development agency is committed to transparency and accountability.
In 2004, more than 60 percent of Ohio voters OK’d a constitutional amendment blocking the state from recognizing gay marriages or civil unions.