A southwest Ohio lawmaker has proposed an end to the practice by public-sector retirees who re-enter the workforce - again as a public employee - earning a salary on top their pension pay out.
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Thirty-one Ohio fire departments will share $315,769 in grants from the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) under a program to protect firefighters from carcinogens and other harmful health hazards encountered by firefighters during their daily work activities.
Securing and protecting evidence is a necessity for the justice system, and a new manual created jointly by the offices of the Ohio Attorney General and the Auditor of State provides the state’s law enforcement agencies with best practices in the management of property and evidence rooms, Attorney General Mike DeWine and Auditor of State Dave Yost announced recently.
Two men employed by an aluminum manufacturing company in Mahoning County were indicted for conspiracy to obstruct justice related to an investigation following the workplace death of an employee.
New rules from the federal government are increasing the availability of temporary health insurance products known as short term health plans. Ohio Department of Insurance Director Jillian Froment is urging Ohio consumers to review and consider the specifics of short-term, limited duration plans prior to purchase. Because of the changes at the federal level, the Department has been fielding a number of inquiries and questions related to these products.
Ohio Department of Aging Director Beverley Laubert recently appointed Erin Pettegrew as the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman. Pettegrew has served as acting State Ombudsman since December 2017. As State Long-term Care Ombudsman, Pettegrew will continue to promote person-centered care for all of Ohio’s long-term care consumers, putting them at the heart of all care decisions and giving them a voice about what care they receive, from whom, when and where.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein joined United States Attorney Justin Herdman, federal and local law enforcement officials recently to announce a new strike force to target drug trafficking and violent crime in Cleveland.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) has approved more than $4.4 million in project funding through the NatureWorks grant program, which will be used to improve outdoor recreational opportunities for Ohioans across the state.
Toledo's regular-season finale vs. Central Michigan on Friday, Nov. 23 will kick off at noon at the Glass Bowl, the Mid-American Conference announced. The game will not be televised but will be streamed live on ESPN3.
The University of Toledo baseball team has three different options for winter baseball camps this December.
Eleven people dead, four wounded during Shabbat morning services at Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh. Stunned, saddened, sick at heart, a nation struggles once again to make sense of the senseless.
A 2017 Capital University Law School graduate was caught cheating on a test and denied it during her bar admission process. The Ohio Supreme Court recently blocked the graduate from taking the state bar exam until 2021 or later.
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) recently approved sixteen hazardous materials training grants totaling $231,029.19.
With just two games left in the regular season, Toledo is looking for a victory at Kent State this Thursday (6:00 p.m./CBSSN) in order to gain bowl eligibility for the ninth consecutive season. The Rockets (5-5, 3-3 MAC) need to defeat the Golden Flashes or Central Michigan in the regular-season finale on Nov. 23 in order to reach the minimum bowl requirement of six wins.
Documents were unsealed that charge three Ohio men with crimes related to child pornography.
The overall public health of a community appears to correspond with the likelihood of mass shooting events, while many gun control laws do not, according to preliminary research out of The University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences.
The Ohio Department of Insurance Director Jillian Froment and John Born, Director of the Ohio Department of Public Safety (ODPS), which includes the Ohio State Highway Patrol are encouraging all parents not to hand over the keys until their teens know the rules of the road.
A Texas couple who had thousands of online sales of fentanyl and other drugs pleaded guilty to drug crimes.
Along with our age-based investment options, Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage, offers age-based savings strategies for parents who want to select their own 529 investment options. No matter how old your child is, Ohio’s 529 Plan has guidance on what to do at this current stage of their lives. For it’s never too early and never too late to save for their higher education. In this second article in a six-part series, Ohio’s 529 Plan shares recommendations on what steps to take to build a 529 college savings account from when your child first heads off to elementary school.
To mark the 50th anniversary of what is widely known as the White Album, an English literary and rock-and-roll scholar at The University of Toledo argues the 30-song double album released in November 1968 titled “The Beatles” coherently showcases the fruits of shared psychedelic experiences between Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr.