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BOISE, ID — Ohio’s trip to Boise began at Bishop Kelly High School for the Albertson’s Tackle Hunger event. Thanks to Ohio and Nevada, the two schools combined to put together over 40,000 meals for families in the local community. “We got all together and put teamwork in to get 40,000 meals for kids across… Read More
The S&P 500 has seen a nearly fivefold increase since the depths of the Great Recession. But some analysts say the bull market may have gone on too long, encouraging investors to take more risks.
For years, Washington has seen a bipartisan push to change laws, regulations and incentives to make household appliances and goods more energy efficient. In a warming world, many scientists and advocates say even tougher standards should be set. But President Trump is moving to roll back some of those laws, arguing they’ve gone too far…. Read More
CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) — A review of thousands of documents is delaying a state lawsuit aimed at recouping millions of dollars from the founder and leaders of what was once Ohio’s largest online charter school. Lawyers for the defendants tied to the defunct Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow said they located about 50,000 new documents the… Read More
GLOUSTER, Ohio – The holiday season is perfect for people to spend time with their loved ones, and one thing that’s for sure is we probably didn’t see Blake Guffey and Mikey Seele hanging out over this break. Why? Because Trimble and Nelsonville-York are not too fond of each other. On Saturday, Trimble hosted Nelsonville-York,… Read More
The Vinton County Vikings didn’t have any holiday jitters as the men’s and women’s teams added holiday joy by winning all their games from December 23 through December 29. For the Lady Vikings (8-1) they traveled to play the Unioto Shermans as the undefeated Shermans (8-0) looked to continue their winning streak last Monday. For… Read More
This week, the Alexander Spartans’ boys team stayed busy after the holiday with two games in the Waverly Classic. In their first matchup of the tournament, the Spartans faced the Western Indians. Alexander won the battle against the Indians with a final score of 51-41. In the second game, the Spartans lost in a heartbreaker… Read More
An analysis found that hospitals around Ohio invested more than $6 billion in community issues. These are programs that take health and wellness outside the walls of a hospital. The Ohio Hospital Association says the increased spending on community benefit programs shows there’s a need for hospitals to invest more in preventative efforts and other… Read More
The Georgia congressman, who spent decades fighting racial discrimination, says he’s mounting his biggest battle yet: stage 4 pancreatic cancer. Lewis will stay in office as he undergoes treatment.