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A+ advice for a successful school year

(BPT) The first days of school are filled with excitement and pangs of anxiety, but it doesn't take long for high school and college students to fall into a routine. Adjusting to the new reality of school can be difficult, but it's the steps students take now that determine their success throughout the school year. Read More of "A+ advice for a successful school year"

Bill to streamline building-inspection process opposed by municipalities

A northeast Ohio lawmaker's plan to smooth out the resulting wrinkles sometimes created by the state's building-inspection process has been called out by the state's municipalities and related associations as pro special interest. Read More of "Bill to streamline building-inspection process opposed by municipalities"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Cleveland man indicted for stealing $77,000 in federal grants designed to help Native Americans

A Cleveland man was indicted on charges that he stole more than $77,000 in federal grants designed to help Native Americans, said U.S. Attorney Justin E. Herdman and Lamont Pugh III, Special Agent in Charge, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Office of Inspector General. Read More of "Cleveland man indicted for stealing $77,000 in federal grants designed to help Native Americans"

Statewide investments to create more than $115 million in new payroll

Governor John R. Kasich recently announced the approval of assistance for 8 projects set to create 3,792 new jobs and retain 459 jobs statewide. During its monthly meeting, the Ohio Tax Credit Authority (TCA) reviewed economic development proposals brought to the board by JobsOhio and its regional partners. Collectively, the projects are expected to result in more than $115 million in new payroll, and spur more than $377 million in investments across Ohio. Read More of "Statewide investments to create more than $115 million in new payroll"

Bill designed to protect public from pyramid schemes

As state lawmakers make their return to the Ohio Statehouse at the conclusion of the summer recess, members of the Ohio House of Representatives are expected to consider a bill designed to strengthen consumer protection and protect the public from pyramid schemes. Read More of "Bill designed to protect public from pyramid schemes"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Supreme Court of Ohio heard oral arguments this month, including one examining a state Law which mandates transfer agreements with hospitals

The Ohio Supreme Court heard four oral arguments Tuesday, September 12th, including an abortion law dispute involving a statute that requires certain medical facilities to have a transfer agreement with a local hospital for emergencies or medical complication. Read More of "Supreme Court of Ohio heard oral arguments this month, including one examining a state Law which mandates transfer agreements with hospitals"

Kathleen Maloney, Supreme Court of Ohio

Fentanyl, Carfentanil and Cocaine drive increase in drug overdose deaths in 2016

Ohio’s opioid epidemic continued to evolve in 2016 with stronger drugs driving an increase in unintentional overdose deaths, according to a new report released by the Ohio Department of Health (ODH). The report shows a sharp rise in overdose deaths involving the opioid fentanyl, the emergence of more deadly fentanyl-related drugs like carfentanil, and indications that cocaine is now being used with fentanyl and other opiates. The report also contains some promising news – the fewest prescription opioid overdose deaths since 2009. Read More of "Fentanyl, Carfentanil and Cocaine drive increase in drug overdose deaths in 2016"

7 'little' upgrades that can mean a lot to homebuyers

(BPT) Anyone who's ever bought or sold a home knows how even little things can sway a buyer to feel a particular house is "just right." While major features such as a good location, a big kitchen, and a certain number of bedrooms and bathrooms all drive a home's price and how attractive it is to buyers, small details like fresh paint and new faucets can also help clinch a sale. Read More of "7 'little' upgrades that can mean a lot to homebuyers"

Attorney General DeWine highlights need for more foster families due to opioid crisis; unveils new resources for prospective foster families

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is urging Ohioans to consider becoming foster parents as the need for foster families has dramatically increased in the face of the opioid epidemic. DeWine's call to action came at a news conference this morning where he also announced several efforts to help becoming a foster parent easier, including expediting background checks. Read More of "Attorney General DeWine highlights need for more foster families due to opioid crisis; unveils new resources for prospective foster families"

Battelle's DroneDefender joins forces with airspace security market, technology leader

Columbus based research and development giant Battelle announced recently that its man-portable, accurate and easy-to-use system to provide critical security protection to drones has partnered with Dedrone, a drone-detection software platform. Read More of "Battelle's DroneDefender joins forces with airspace security market, technology leader"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Credit union or bank: What's right for you?

(BPT) The banking and credit union worlds are as much the same as they are different. Both are eager to earn your business and to provide you with loans, mortgages, savings and checking accounts. With that said, there are some significant differences between the two financial institutions. In today's world, with cutthroat competition for your money, it's worth understanding the advantages of both, and perhaps making a switch to one or the other to put yourself in a better financial position. Read More of "Credit union or bank: What's right for you?"

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