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Down one, on the road, with a chance to get back to 500, the Ohio Bobcats turned to their lone senior. Mike Laster’s baseline jumper hit off the rim and fell into the hands of Kevin Zabo. Despite making more threes and shooting a higher percentage, the Ohio Bobcats (8-8, 1-3) fell to the Kent… Read More
Over half of the dogs and cats around the globe battle the bulge. A pet obesity specialist says a deep human-animal bond may inadvertently be causing unhealthy emotional and physical consequences.
The president has called for the U.S. to renegotiate or leave the deal but decided Friday to continue waiving some sanctions. The Treasury Department also announced several new economic sanctions.
The Funk Music Hall of Fame and Exhibition Center honors genre greats like the Ohio Players, Isaac Hayes, James Brown and more.
The move comes one day after the Trump administration said it would let states add work requirements to their Medicaid programs, which provide health coverage for people with low incomes.
The flu season started early this year, and is already widespread throughout the country and intense in dozens of states. But it’s not too late to get that flu shot, officials say.
Donald Trump loves coal. He campaigned on a promise to put miners back to work and his first year in office included numerous Ohio Valley visits to highlight coal’s importance. “I love our coal miners and they’re coming back strong!” Trump said to a roaring crowd at an August rally in Huntington, West Virginia. At a March rally in… Read More
ELYRIA, Ohio (AP) – A pedestrian accused of biting off part of an Ohio trooper’s ear after the officer confronted him has been jailed on an assault charge. The State Highway Patrol says a trooper responding to a report of a man walking in the roadway approached Cornelius Carey on Thursday morning along a road… Read More
Take a step back in time when the Violauta Duo, Wendell Dobbs, flute, and Júlio Ribeiro Alves, guitar, will perform “Rossiniana” on Sunday, January 21 at 2 p.m. in the Ariel Chamber Theatre. The artists will be using the actual period instruments that the music was written for in the19th century. The first part of the recital… Read More
The Women of Appalachia Project (WOAP), now in its ninth year, invites the public to submit nominees for the “Appalachian Advocate Award.” According to Kari Gunter-Seymour, founder/curator of WOAP, the award will go to an outstanding Appalachian woman who has dedicated herself to enhancing the wellbeing of Appalachian culture, Appalachian women’s health, Appalachian families or… Read More