The Youngstown Vindicator says former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland will run for the Senate next year.
The Ohio Democratic Party is in disarray after finding themselves on the losing end of another electoral sweep in statewide races. With the party chairman resigning, leaders and analysts are weighing in on how the party can bounce back and rebuild.
Ohio is considering regulating two of the nation’s biggest ride-sharing companies as they start to do business in Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati.
While many Ohioans grilled and splashed at the beach to celebrate Independence Day, a few dozen people gathered at Clevelandâ€™s Edgewater Park for another American Tradition: Protest.
New data from the federal government puts Ohio in the middle of the pack when it comes to high school graduation rates. However, a demographic breakdown of the data shows Ohio is failing certain populations.
30 years ago this month, Honda became the first Japanese auto-maker to start production on U.S. soil. Its conversion of an Ohio cornfield into a factory chugging out waves of Honda Accords was seen as both revolutionary and foolhardy. Honda has survived and prospered, but lately it has come under increasing pressure in a tightening race for the top slot in midsize sedans.
Diebold â€“ maker of ATMs and voting machines â€“ says itâ€™s â€œindefinitelyâ€ holding off on plans to build a new global headquarters in the Summit County city of Green.
American farmers earned more income last year than ever. And Ohio is among the states at the center of the food boom that incorporates not just farming but food processing and manufacturing.
A lack of coordination is a continuing criticism of the health care industry. A new model emerging in Ohio and around the country uses a “care coordinator.”
Members of the Cincinnati AFL-CIO used yesterday’s Labor Day holiday to rally opposition to Issue 2, the fall referendum on Senate Bill 5 where a “no” vote means repealing the law.