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City might owe township tax payments, but Supreme Court of Ohio will not order it

The Ohio Supreme Court agreed recently with St. Clair Township that it was owed a share of property tax collected from land annexed by the neighboring city of Hamilton. But because the township does not know how much is owed, the Supreme Court refused to order Hamilton to pay. Read More of "City might owe township tax payments, but Supreme Court of Ohio will not order it"

Dan Trevas, Supreme Court of Ohio

Ohio-based online service, app, matches dieters with nutritionists

In an effort to counter cookie-cutter diets, overly generalized apps and costly food programs, Columbus-based HealthSoup has developed a diverse network of registered dietitians and engineers who promote healthy lifestyles in an online service and app to link users to nutritionists. Read More of "Ohio-based online service, app, matches dieters with nutritionists"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Men with convictions for attempted murder with a firearm and abduction among five people indicted in federal court for firearms crimes

Five people – including men with convictions for attempted murder with a firearm and abduction -- were indicted in federal court for firearms crimes. Read More of "Men with convictions for attempted murder with a firearm and abduction among five people indicted in federal court for firearms crimes"

Public comment period opens on change to out-of-state attorney admission rule

The Ohio Supreme Court will accept public comment until April 10 on a proposed amendment that would allow attorneys who passed another state’s bar exam to practice law in Ohio while their requests to be admitted to the Ohio bar without examination are pending. Read More of "Public comment period opens on change to out-of-state attorney admission rule"

Anne Yeager, Supreme Court of Ohio

New Lucas County Commissioner Gary Byers shares thoughts on jail, civility and building consensus

Gary Byers, Lucas County’s newest commissioner, believes his background as Maumee’s long time municipal judge provides him with a valuable perspective on a wide range of pressing issues. After all, about 70 percent of Lucas County’s budget deals, in one way or another, with criminal justice. Read More of "New Lucas County Commissioner Gary Byers shares thoughts on jail, civility and building consensus"

Michael Davisson, Toledo Legal News

Trout releases scheduled to begin

More than 100,000 rainbow trout will be stocked this spring in 66 Ohio public lakes, creating excellent fishing for anglers across Ohio, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). The first rainbow trout release were released at Adams Lake in Adams County earlier this month. Read More of "Trout releases scheduled to begin"

Attorney General Yost files suit in conjunction with a major nationwide takedown of tech support scams

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced that he has sued the operators of a tech support scam as part of a nationwide crackdown on fraudsters who try to trick consumers into buying costly tech support and repair services. Read More of "Attorney General Yost files suit in conjunction with a major nationwide takedown of tech support scams"

Sealed records expand hope

For someone who has been arrested but never convicted of a crime or has had their case dismissed, removing a case record from the public offers fairness. For those with convictions who finish their court-ordered sentences, removing public access to case documents gives them a chance to move forward. Read More of "Sealed records expand hope"

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