The Youngstown Vindicator says former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland will run for the Senate next year.
Columbus City Schools and most other local districts delayed or cancelled classes Monday after heavy overnight snowfall.
Forecasts call for a low of -7 Wednesday night and Thursday morning. The wind chill could make that feel as cold as -22.
Columbus City Schools and most other local school districts opted to cancel classes on Tuesday after several inches of snow blanketed the region.
The first significant snowfall of the season is expected to hit Central Ohio late Monday and early Tuesday, with a cold front tracking closely behind the storm.
The first heavy snowfall in the state has put Ohio harvests behind schedule after an already difficult growing season due to last winter’s brutal cold.
The calendar says winter is still a month away, but Central Ohio is dealing with its first winter storm of the season.
It may be in the upper 80s today, but the state and local communities are already thinking about the coming winter. And they’re looking at some bills for road salt that are stopping them cold.
Most parts of Central Ohio saw little accumulation, but it was enough to cover roads early Tuesday and slow the morning commute.
City and state leaders are spending a combined $5 million on new snow plows and road salt.
After being teased with a day of spring-like temperatures, Central Ohioans preparing for at least one more blast of winter.