Holiday moods often run the gamut between joy and melancholy. And, an Ohio State University researcher says an individual’s great expectations have a bearing on whether someone smiles or frowns. College of Social Work Professor, Gilbert Greene, says the key is to identify whether stress is likely to help or hurt one’s mood.
WOSU News Archives For: March 18, 2014
Ohio Gov. John Kasich has unveiled a nearly $2.4 billion state construction budget to fund a host of community, school, park and prison projects.
Four Democratic lawmakers are asking the state watchdog to investigate allegations of political pressure at the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.
The leader of the Ohio Republican Party says neither he nor his party had any involvement with recent protests regarding the signatures that put two Libertarians on the May primary ballot.
There may soon be more performers on the streets of Columbus. Beginning in April, the Greater Columbus Arts Council and its partners will pay buskers to entertain visitors in certain venues.
Prison is a big business. Lots of money goes in, and lots of money goes out. And a good portion of the money going in, is from inmates’ families, in the form of fees and surcharges for basic items and services. In the second part of a two-part series, WOSU takes a look at what inmates pay, and what the state makes off their purchases.
A Columbus Public Health spokesman says authorities are mapping cases to determine how people became infected and any links between them.
The Scioto Ridge Wind Farm in Hardin and Logan counties will be capable of generating 300 megawatts of electricity and will include up to 60 miles of access roads, 83 miles of underground electric collection lines and four meteorological towers.