Foreclosures during the Great Recession added to thousands of blighted properties in Columbus. But, a state program helped fund demolition of many of those houses and apartment units.
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The city of Columbus says its road crews have fixed nearly 87,000 potholes since the beginning of the year – about half of them in the past month.
A proposal to protect Ohio school teachers from being fired on the basis of sexual orientation has divided the state school board.
Almost 32,000 Ohioans have cast ballots so far in the state’s primary election next month.
The incumbent Republican governor on Tuesday released a television ad titled â€œDeliverâ€ that focuses on his humble western Pennsylvania roots, entering Ohio politics, and starting a family.
Most parts of Central Ohio saw little accumulation, but it was enough to cover roads early Tuesday and slow the morning commute.
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office says Kele Stanley refused to stop flying his drone while a medical helicopter was preparing to land.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is now requiring oil and drilling companies to implement seismic monitoring policies if they want to frack near a fault line or an area known for seismic activity.