Kiplinger recently released its rankings for the best 529 college savings plans and Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage is included on the list. In fact, the Kiplinger report recognizes Ohio’s 529 Plan as having best age-based portfolio for conservative investors. In addition, Kiplinger drew special attention to two of our Individual Investment Options.
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Recently, Attorney General Mike DeWine and Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, along with a bipartisan coalition of 39 Attorneys General and the National Association of Attorneys General, called on Congress to pass legislation that changes federal law to make treatment for drug addiction more affordable and accessible for Americans who most need it.
Ohio EPA Director Craig W. Butler presented 18 Encouraging Environmental Excellence (E3) Awards recently at the Sustainability Conference in Columbus.
To build on ongoing work to improve the language and literacy development of our state’s children, Ohio was awarded a $35 million Striving Readers Comprehensive Literacy Grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
Toledo senior quarterback Logan Woodside (Frankfort, Ky.) was one of 20 student-athletes who were named semifinalists for the 2017 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award. The award honors the top quarterback from all divisions for his accomplishments both on and off the field. Woodside is the only quarterback from the Mid-American Conference to make the list.
For motorists who like their luxury cars fast, Edmunds says they can do no better than getting behind the wheel of a 2017 Chevy Corvette.
A trial court may seal the records in a case dismissed without prejudice prior to the expiration of the statute of limitations
Lawmakers are working expediently to meet a deadline associated with the federal Dodd-Frank Law, which seeks to reform Wall Street practices and codify consumer protection.
Donald Trump is singing the wrong song about freedom, patriotism and First Amendment values.
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) recently approved twelve hazardous materials training grants totaling $221,485.91.
Senior running back Terry Swanson rushed for a season-high 145 yards and two touchdowns as Toledo dominated Central Michigan, 30-10, on a rainy Saturday afternoon in Mount Pleasant.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine recently announced that he is forming a new task force to foster discussion on how health insurance companies in Ohio can help combat the opioid epidemic. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine's Insurer Taskforce on Opioid Reduction will meet on on Wednesday, October 4th, at 10:00 a.m. at the Ohio Attorney General's Office at 150 East Gay Street, 18th Floor, in Columbus.
Marietta lawmaker Rep. Andrew Thompson says it would be an injustice for taxpayers ever to have to foot the bill for the legal defense of a defamation or hate-speech lawsuit resulting from an international anti-Israel movement counter to state policy.
The Justice Department recently awarded nearly $2 million in grants to the Northern District of Ohio to help combat the opioid epidemic.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, Ohio Auditor of State Dave Yost, and Mahoning County Prosecuting Attorney Paul Gains recently announced that a Mahoning County man and his affiliated businesses have been indicted on more than 100 counts related to alleged corrupt activity, theft, and money laundering related to three development projects with the City of Youngstown.
Richard S. MacMillan, President of the Toledo Bar Association, announced the results of the poll taken of Association members regarding candidates running in the upcoming election for judges in local courts. The poll was taken September 12 – 26, 2017.
The Toledo volleyball team won for the fifth time in its last six matches, beating Kent State on Saturday night 3-0 (25-23, 25-22, 25-15). The Rockets are now 10-10 on the year and 5-3 in Mid-American Conference play. With losses by Ball State and Western Michigan last Saturday, UT sits in a three-way tie atop the West division in the MAC.
The Toledo lawmaker who wishes to abolish capital punishment took an opportunity recently to share with fellow senators her rationale for such a measure.
A 2006 law intended to reduce delays of workers’ compensation appeals is constitutional, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
Last month, the Grand Jury toured the Lucas County Jail. The tour was reported as being fairly extensive and the Grand Jury heard from several officers who had been working at the facility for some time. The Grand Jury’s overall impression was that the officers and staff appear to be greatly concerned for inmates’ welfare. However, the Grand Jury found plenty of room for improvement. They also found that, “a new facility is necessary to maintain any standards for inmates, particularly those with complex medical or psychological treatment requirements.”