Insurance Department and five health insurers announce plan to restore health insurance coverage for 2018
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A Republican lawmaker duo has launched an effort to protect Ohio taxpayers by calling on counties, townships and municipalities to implement credit card policies.
Mollie Parsons, 47, of Middletown, Ohio, was sentenced in U.S. District Court to 36 months in prison for healthcare fraud related to the death of a severely physically disabled minor.
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(BPT) Fall is an exciting time for kids - seeing old friends, getting to know new classmates, learning new skills and exploring classrooms. But with all this fun and interaction, it's important to remember one of the best ways to keep your child safe and healthy is to make sure he or she is up to date on their vaccinations. Vaccines have made many once-common serious childhood diseases rare today. They are safe, effective and they save lives.
The University of Toledo announced last week the expansion of Rocket Fan Fest for the first four home football games.
(BPT) In the business world, we hear a lot about the bottom line and quarterly reports. For those in the nonprofit sector, it's often a matter of reaching fundraising goals and achieving their mission statement. No matter what kind of organization you work for, there are big-picture goals, but of course there are more.
A southwest Ohio lawmaker is hopeful his bill to require legislative approval of consent decrees or court-approved settlement agreements involving state agencies will restore the state’s intended system of checks and balances.
A new, first of its kind report demonstrating the economic and social impact of LGBT business owners and entrepreneurs released by the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce recently depicts that community's expansive influence on the nation's economy.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Mahoning County Sheriff Jerry Greene announced recently that an Ohio man has been arrested on charges connected to the death of a man who overdosed on fentanyl in April.
Plans to bridge skills gaps through work-based learning and apprenticeship models
Junior Pinyada Kuvanun will be representing Thailand at the 2017 Summer World University Games being held on August 19-30 in Taipei City, Taiwan. Kuvanun will be a part of a three-golfer squad that will compete at the Sunrise Golf & Country Club on August 24-27.
A Democrat lawmaker's plan to make voter registration automatic based upon information about the Ohio electorate stored in government and secondary school databases is stalled in committee as of summer recess.
A new study from The Ohio State University has identified a potential new way of confirming the Alzheimer's disease and predicting a patient's outlook.
House Bill 40 seeks to codify a state government expenditure database based in large part on the success of Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel's implementation of OhioCheckbook.com.
An Ohio appeals court vacated an Oregon, Ohio, man’s drunken driving conviction after concluding the arresting officer’s version of events that prompted him to pull the man over did not match the recording of the police vehicle’s dashboard camera.
Following a plea from Auditor of State Dave Yost to place a portion of the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow’s (ECOT) funding in escrow, the Ohio Department of Education recently reduced by $12.4 million the amount of student funding it will send to the virtual school.
The University of Toledo announced that its home-opening football contest vs. Elon on Aug. 31 will feature a halftime fireworks show, courtesy of area auto dealerships that are part of the Rockets' Car Coaches Program.
When we talk about the importance of a free press, what we’re really talking about is how important it is for the press to serve as a watchdog on the government. The highest responsibility of journalism is to supply the people with information about what their government is doing, so that the people can hold the government accountable, and make the best possible decisions when they vote.
When you set up your child’s 529 plan, you selected investment options in which to place your college savings. Now that some time has passed, you’ve done additional research and would like to change your 529 investment strategy. Can you do it? Yes, you can.