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Ohio Offers Grants For Police Relations

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio’s criminal justice services agency says local and state governments can apply for up to $30,000 in grants to improve relationships between communities and law enforcement agencies serving them. The Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services says it’s now accepting applications for the Ohio Community-Police Relations Grant Program. Karhlton Moore, the… Read More

Ohio Village May Vote to Dissolve

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NEVILLE, Ohio (AP) — A tiny western village along the Ohio River with a population of 100 residents could vote to dissolve itself this month after struggling with finances. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that Neville residents will decide during the March 15 primary whether the 208-year-old Clermont County village should survive on an already overstretched… Read More

Primary Ballots Feature Local Issues Along With Presidential Races

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Though the focus of the March primary in Ohio has been on presidential candidates, local issues are included on the ballots throughout the region. While choosing between Republican, Democratic or Green Party presidential nominees and United States Senator nominees, Athens County residents will also choose between Democratic candidates in the 94th District House of Representatives… Read More