Founded more than 100 years ago in Columbus, with its first location downtown on State Street where the Ohio Theatre now stands, Beck & Orr Bookbinders specializes in the repair and restoration of the precious books.
The Ohio Senate has passed a bill to prevent sex offenders from living within 1,000 feet of schools or day care facilities even if they committed their crimes before passage of a state law prohibiting such residency.
Provisional Ballots, Computer Glitches, Poll Worker and Voter Errors All Part of Election Day Headaches, Delays
The Franklin County Board of Elections today is correcting some ballot counts and processing more than 27,000 provisional ballots in a bid to put the wraps on Election 2008. But a Congressional race hangs in the balance.
Funeral arrangements are pending for Dr. Allan Moore, son in law of Ohio State University President Gordon Gee.
The Columbus health Department will determine whether a local bar has violated the state’s no-smoking law. If so, it would not be the first time.
The Ohio Highway Patrol and Columbus area law enforcement agencies are launching six weeks of stepped up enforcement on Monday.
A battle is waging in Ohio between lawmakers and payday lenders.
Indiana’s Republican secretary of state says today’s U.S. Supreme Court decision upholding the state’s voter ID law means voters can have confidence in elections.
Ohio legislators heard Wdnesday from a victim of stalking. She endorsed a plan that would open the door for judges to order electronic monitoring of some stalkers.
Ohio’s Attorney General is going to court to try to shut down another charter school. It’s the fourth time that Marc Dann has accused of a charter school of violating its duty as a charitable trust.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is considering appealing a Texas court decision that seven former Ohio State University primates do not have the legal right to sue. PETA tried to get legal standing for the primates, saying the conditions of their sanctuary was substandard.