A Central Ohio solar company is blaming Ohio’s freeze on green energy standards for some of the slowdown in its business.
Many homeowners in Central Ohio whose property value declined during the housing crisis are breathing a sigh of relief. It’s estimated that there’s been nearly a 50 percent drop in the number of Central Ohio homes underwater. And local real estate experts say 2015 will be a great time to refinance or sell a home.
More people went back to work in Ohio in 2014, but will that trend continue in 2015? And what else can we expect for the Ohio economy?
A report released this morning on Ohio’s charter schools finds that many continue to struggle with performance, despite their growing number.
Governor John Kasich’s call for a new task force on community-police relations gets support from a Columbus office already working to bridge gaps between law enforcement officers and citizens.
Parking fines in Columbus will increase next year, if some city officials get their way. A public hearing will be held tonight at city hall on the proposal to raise fines.
Grove City police confirm that a local Army soldier has died in Kabul in eastern Afghanistan. Joseph W. Riley was one of two soldiers who died in the attack when a bomb attached to a bicycle exploded near a military convoy in the capital of Kabul.
Some immigrant families in Central Ohio are celebrating the President’s executive order, but hoping Congress will do more in the New Year.
More universities in Ohio seek to implement a campus-wide tobacco ban. Akron and Kent State want to join Ohio State which started its tobacco ban nearly a year ago. University officials monitor progress in several ways according to Dr. Peter Shields with the James Cancer Hospital.
Hilltonia Middle School and West Mound Elementary School will be closed today due to a power outage.