Music, fashion and photography will combine to enlighten performers and participants about human trafficking and how they can be a solution to the problem. Concept Freedom is a three-day summit at Ohio State that starts today.
Democratic state senators are making their pitch for raising Ohio’s minimum wage and ensuring that an expansion of the Medicaid health program remains in place.
Scrap metal dealers are getting help combatting theft from a new data-sharing arrangement through the Ohio Courts Network.
A panel studying Ohio’s reliance on public assistance programs is focusing on better case management and young adults as they look for new ways to tackle poverty.
Dan Creekmur will become the president of Columbia Gas of Ohio beginning in February.
A research group says a new law freezing the state’s green energy standards has led to significant declines in the wind and solar industry in Ohio. But the study is getting some blowback from a key backer of that law.
Two local towing companies have settled a class action lawsuit which claimed they charged unlawful fees. As many as 50,000 people could get partial refunds.
Demolition has begun of a central Ohio veterans memorial ahead of the creation of a statewide veterans memorial on the site.
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.
During his last year in office, Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman vows more focus on the environment. Coleman unveiled his “green” blueprint Friday at the Columbus Metropolitan Club. Coleman says past and future efforts are designed to make the city more environmentally friendly.
2015 is a budget year, and that potentially means battles over priorities. And Gov. John Kasich knows it.