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Toledo Legal News - News Four people sentenced to prison for taking job training money from Toledo-based nonprofit and using it to fund lavish lifestyles

 

Four people were sentenced to prison for taking federal money earmarked for job training and instead using the money to pay for personal expenses, including vacations, investments, real estate purchases and salaries for people who did not work at the company.

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4 home fix-ups for fall

(BPT) With cooler days and temperate weather, fall is a good time to get outdoors and tackle some larger home projects, as well as prep your home for winter.

Date Published: September 13, 2019

From science to art: All ‘Eyes’ on water quality

The 2019 Common Read, “What the Eyes Don’t See,” by Mona Hanna-Attisha, is a firsthand account of the Flint water crisis. This fall at BGSU, the water quality issue is crossing the boundaries of literature, science and art.

Date Published: September 12, 2019

Memorial Health, OSU Wexner mark 10-year partnership

Memorial Health and The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center's The Heart Partnership was created to focus on improving the heart and vascular health of northwest central Ohio.

Date Published: September 12, 2019

Ohio farmers suffer worst planting season

Franklin County farmers reported they were not able to plant crops on 641 acres this year as farmers across the country experienced the worst planting season on record, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Date Published: September 12, 2019

Inaugural farm film festival meant to spur discussion

It's no Cannes or Park City, Utah, but Hillsboro - about 90 minutes southwest of Columbus - joins the ranks of more far-flung locales as host to an international film festival.

Date Published: September 10, 2019

OSU student loan debt among lowest in Ohio

Ohio State University was among the top 10 private and public higher education institutions with the lowest amount of student debt on average in the state last year.

Date Published: September 10, 2019