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The Morgan County Commission, the Village of Crown City and the Vinton County Commission have received funds totaling $700,000. Plus, widespread internet access could become a reality for Southeast Ohio. Listen to your audio update here.
Ohio education and food program officials want to increase the number of children in low-income areas who participate in a program that offers them free meals and snacks while they're away from school during the summer. Increasing access and participation in the federally funded Summer Food Service Program is the focus of a… Read More
West Virginia lawmakers may be asked to consider another incentive to lure a multibillion-dollar chemical processing plant to the state. Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin said he hasn't ruled out a proposal that involves the potential location for one of these cracker plants. Tomblin discussed the possibility during his first interview since… Read More
Ted Strickland obviously has a thing for the classroom. The former Democratic governor of Ohio, who lost his re-election bid in 2010, has two master's degrees and a doctorate. This spring, at age 70, he'll return to school again as a resident fellow at Harvard University's Institute of Politics. Strickland tells… Read More