Before the national cry that police officers be outfitted with body cameras reached its current fevered pitch, the police force at Ohio State began experimenting with the little devices last September.
Despite uncertainty in the state legislature, supporters of passenger train service between Cleveland and Cincinnati via Columbus continue to make their case. A major stumbling block is forging agreements with freight lines to share their rails.
An Atlanta-based steel supplier has chosen a former steel mill site in southeast Ohio for a distribution center. The decision means more jobs for an area badly in need of employment. Infra-Metals Company laid out more of its plans in a meeting with New Boston villiage officials Tuesday.
People in Lawrence Co., Ohio know a little bit more about a few of their ancestors – thanks to a group of students from Ohio University Southern. What started out as a folknography project two years ago has ended with the discovery of an African American cemetery from the early 1900s.