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Wood County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board adopts new logo

As a new year begins, the Wood County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board is adopting a new logo. The Board and its eight affiliated agencies have selected a multi-color image of a tree that incorporates figures reaching out in hope, and the text “Wood County ADAMHS: Promoting Community Wellbeing.” The logo is meant to convey that help is available to all Wood County residents who need it, as well as the Board’s mission of keeping the community healthy and strong. Read More of "Wood County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board adopts new logo"

Chamber, trial lawyers oppose Republican plan to overhaul Ohio BWC

Detractors of a Republican lawmaker's proposal to enact fundamental change at the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation say provisions of House Bill 269 are overburdensome to employers, financially expose vulnerable workers and leave in layers of bureaucracy. Read More of "Chamber, trial lawyers oppose Republican plan to overhaul Ohio BWC"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Life insurance policies preserve wealth, ease the benefactor's financial burden

Life insurance death-claim payouts should abate the financial burden of high-net-worth individuals who wish to pass on their assets to their children in light of the estate tax cuts in the landmark tax recently signed into law. Read More of "Life insurance policies preserve wealth, ease the benefactor's financial burden"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Ohio awards nearly $90,000 for human trafficking prevention

In conjunction with Human Trafficking Awareness Month, the Ohio Children’s Trust Fund (OCTF), in collaboration with the Ohio Human Trafficking Task Force, will award nearly $90,000 in grant money to fund seven organizations to develop and implement human trafficking prevention programs across Ohio. These projects will identify and assist at-risk youth populations and provide them with information and resources to prevent human trafficking. Read More of "Ohio awards nearly $90,000 for human trafficking prevention"

Rockets extend win streak to three with 93-82 road win over CMU

Toledo tied its season high with 14 three-point field goals and ran its winning streak to three on Saturday evening with a wire-to-wire 93-82 road triumph over Central Michigan (12-5, 1-3 MAC) in McGuirk Arena. The victory keeps the Rockets (11-6, 3-1 MAC) in a first-place tie with Western Michigan (11-6, 3-1 MAC) in the Mid-American Conference's West Division. Read More of "Rockets extend win streak to three with 93-82 road win over CMU"

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State bar association announces most recent round of certified specialists

Three area attorneys recently joined the ranks of more than 700 of their peers who are certified by the Ohio State Bar Association in a specialized area of law, according to a press release announcing the latest round of participating attorneys. Read More of "State bar association announces most recent round of certified specialists"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Public utility rates: Who's in charge?

The days may be getting longer but the weather is getting colder and as a result, utility costs can soar this time of year. For the prudent consumer, it is vital to know how, why and by whom utilities are regulated. Retired attorney Stephen M. Howard, formerly with Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP, provides an overview of utilities and rates in Ohio and explains why a lawyer can come in handy when those services are in dispute. Read More of "Public utility rates: Who's in charge?"

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