The Ohio Supreme Court recently suspended a Barberton attorney from the practice of law for two years with the last six months stayed based on discrepancies in her handling of two criminal cases.
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Your tax refund makes a great CollegeAdvantage 529 fund. It’s also a great and easy saving strategy. The average 2015 federal tax refund was $2,466. By adding $2,500 a year to a 529 plan, you could cover as much as 40% of college at an Ohio public university, based on 18 years at 6% growth.
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No. 5 seed Toledo tallied a 4-2 victory over No. 7 seed DePaul on Tuesday, February 14 in the final round of the Earl Yestingsmeier Match Play event. With the win, the Rockets finish 1-1-1 at the sixth-annual event. Mid-American Conference member Ball State served as the tournament's host at the Lake Jovita Golf Course (Par 72, 7,153 Yards).
A federal court of appeals ruled recently that a woman's role in a meth distribution ring was not so minimal as to warrant a reduction in her sentence.
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Two Cleveland residents were charged with defrauding banks out of at least $76,000 by using fake identities, said Carole S. Rendon, U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio.
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A grand jury returned a four-count indictment charging a North Lawrence man with violating the Clean Water Act by dumping wastewater into tributaries of the Tuscarawas River, said Carole S. Rendon, U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio.
A Cincinnati-area lawmaker wants to eliminate the requirement that public employees must join or pay dues to any employee organization.
A legislative fix relative to a holding by the Supreme Court of Ohio last year in State v. Gonzales, Slip Opinion 2016-Ohio-8319, is the motive behind a new measure introduced to the state House of Representatives.
The Rockets' pitching staff allowed a pair of runs on four hits but the offense could not scrape together a run in a 2-0 loss to Tennessee Tech on Sunday at Bush Stadium.
The Ohio Pastor Protection Act, introduced last legislative session in the state House of Representatives in response to the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark Obergefell decision, has been revived and reintroduced as House Bill 36.
A federal court of appeals recently ruled that the "voluminousness" of the government's evidence against an Albanian immigrant who ran a massive fraudulent loan operation was "astounding."
The Port Clinton Republican who proposed a bill to assist Ohio schools with the purchase of technology and to make physical alterations to improve tech infrastructure and school security has reintroduced the measure after last session's bill did not advance past committee.
According to the newly released Ohio Board of Professional Conduct annual report for 2016, last year was the fourth year in the past five years that the board has disposed of more cases than were filed or reopened.
A Fostoria-based trucking company lost its case in the 10th District Court of Appeals recently when a panel of three judges found that the company was properly found to have violated Ohio unemployment compensation laws.
The Toledo baseball team achieved a combined 3.449 GPA in the 2016 fall semester.
Creating and sticking to a fitness routine while traveling is difficult - trying to use the hotel gym, run on the beach or searching for a safe jogging route isn't always easy.