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The Trimble Local Board of Education is expected to hold a second grievance hearing in as many months during Tuesday’s regular meeting. The hearing is expected to address the second of two grievances filed by the Trimble Local Teachers Association on behalf of a former basketball coach.

An Ohio effort to require billions of dollars in state investment in alternative energy has cleared another hurdle.

After three years and a $105 million donation, classes began at Ohio University's Dublin Campus on July 9.

A Glouster man charged with his alleged leadership of a drug ring was arraigned on additional charges in Athens County Common Pleas Court on Monday.

Derek Gyure, 26, pleaded not guilty to 16 charges included in a superseding indictment filed against him on July 10.

An Ohio University professor who is spending his summer in Israel with full confidence in the country's safety.

The U.S. attorneys office has reached a deal to settle criminal charges against the truck-stop company run by Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam. The settlement in criminal charges is for nearly $150 million.

Ohio University has agreed that going forward it will cover the tax liability the IRS is saying OU President Roderick McDavis faces because he resides in on-campus housing, but the university is apparently still working with the IRS to resolve the question of back taxes.

In order to assist local courts in establishing parenting coordination programs, the Ohio Supreme Court Monday announced the availability of a Parenting Coordination Toolkit.

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson is proposing several pieces of gun control legislation this Wednesday to City Council. People on both sides of the issue were in Public Square over the weekend.

Ohio’s urban school districts are among the least productive when it comes to how they spend their money, according to a report released last week by the left-leaning Center