This February marks the 100th anniversary of an Ohio State tradition. Since 1915, the chimes have been part of University life, housed in one of the oldest and most unique buildings on campus. WOSU’s Tom Rieland has this profile on the Chimes of Orton Hall…
Thirty years ago, some of the most bustling places in the state were shopping malls. These enclosed commercial districts were â€œpeople magnetsâ€, but, online shopping and a bad economy have hit the industry hard. Many Ohio communities are now struggling with redeveloping the abandoned properties.
After the economy took a downturn in 2008, many people near retirement had to raid their life savings. They need to make up for their losses in a hurry.
Some Ohio medical professionals recently put their training to the test in the middle of one of the world’s hottest war zones: Syria.
Members of an Amish church group are due to go on trial Monday in a Cleveland federal courtroom. Prosecutors claim the defendants committed hate crimes against other Amish by cutting off their beards and hair.
After spending decades building a career, many Ohioans start making plans to kick back and enjoy their retirement. But a growing number of people in their 50s have found themselves back at square one, trying to start the job search all over again.
Twelve closed Roman Catholic churches spared by the Vatican in the Cleveland Diocese will be reopened.
The former Ohio autoworker spent the final third of his life denying charges that he herded thousands of prisoners to their death at a Nazi concentration camp.
The ruling comes after parishioners appealed the Cleveland Diocese’s decision to close St. Patrick’s Church and 12 others for financial reasons.
For decades, thereâ€™s been a rush of doctors and academics leaving Syria. Many ended up here in Ohio, but are keeping a close eye on their homeland.