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Ohio State study: To give or not to give - gift recipients don't like presents with money-saving intent

Researchers caution well intentioned gift givers against handing out presents that could be perceived by the recipient as a money saving measure. Read More of "Ohio State study: To give or not to give - gift recipients don't like presents with money-saving intent"

KEITH ARNOLD,Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Nine arrested, charged federally in connection to human trafficking operation involving drugs exchanged for sexual access to children

A federal grand jury has indicted a Scioto County man and several of his family members and associates with charges related to a child sex trafficking operation. The man allegedly exchanged drugs obtained in Columbus and elsewhere for sexual access to the children of drug-addicted mothers. Read More of "Nine arrested, charged federally in connection to human trafficking operation involving drugs exchanged for sexual access to children"

Office of Justice Programs awards more than $35 million to support Regional Information Sharing Systems

The Office of Justice Programs recently announced that it has awarded over $35 million in grant funding to support the Regional Information Sharing Systems network. Composed of six regional centers and the RISS Technology Support Center, RISS encompasses more than 9,000 local, state, federal and tribal law enforcement and public safety agencies, which work together to share information and respond to the unique crime problems of each region. Read More of "Office of Justice Programs awards more than $35 million to support Regional Information Sharing Systems"

Ohio man charged with elder fraud

United States Attorney Justin Herdman announced recently that a federal grand jury sitting in Cleveland has returned a six-count indictment charging Andrew V. Thomas, age 34, of Maple Heights with three counts of wire fraud and three counts of aggravated identity theft. Read More of "Ohio man charged with elder fraud"

Protect your child's health: Don't delay well-child visits

(BPT) Over the past several months, families have been helping stop the spread of COVID-19 and keeping their loved ones safe by staying home as much as possible. As communities across the country begin to reopen, you can help your child stay healthy by keeping any scheduled appointments for well-child visits and rescheduling appointments that may have been missed. Read More of "Protect your child's health: Don't delay well-child visits"

How to save money on prescriptions if you lost coverage

(StatePoint) Many Americans are feeling the effects of job loss and furloughs as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. For people with a chronic condition, loss of insurance coverage can create additional stress during this uncertain time. However, it’s vitally important for them to stay adherent to their medication to maintain their health and to reduce their risk of complications from COVID-19. Read More of "How to save money on prescriptions if you lost coverage"

Ohio EPA announces H2Ohio funding to replace failing household sewage treatment systems

The Ohio EPA has announced that several communities will receive financial assistance as part of Gov. Mike DeWine’s H2Ohio initiative to help low- to moderate-income homeowners repair and replace failing household sewage treatment systems (HSTS). Health departments in Erie, Ottawa, Paulding, Putnam, Sandusky, Williams, and Wood counties will each receive $250,000 in H2Ohio funding to replace failing household sewage treatment systems. Read More of "Ohio EPA announces H2Ohio funding to replace failing household sewage treatment systems"

IBA receives nominations from across the globe for new frontline legal aid fund

In response to a call to International Bar Association (IBA) Group Member firms to nominate legal aid providers to receive a portion of the newly created IBA funding program to support vital legal aid services during the COVID-19 crisis, the IBA has received 48 nominations. The submitted nominations are for legal aid entities operating in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and North America and reflect the diversity of jurisdiction of IBA Group Member firms and their respective collaborations. Read More of "IBA receives nominations from across the globe for new frontline legal aid fund"

UToledo postpones RFP process; continues hospital stabilization efforts

The University of Toledo, after consultations with the Board of Trustees, announced this month that it is postponing the Request for Proposals (RFP) process indefinitely, and will focus our immediate efforts on stabilizing the University of Toledo Medical Center’s (UTMC) fiscal challenges. The RFP was one aspect of the University’s ongoing research to explore all possible options for the future of the hospital. Read More of "UToledo postpones RFP process; continues hospital stabilization efforts"

Meghan Cunningham, University of Toledo

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