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Wild Ride lets you bike through Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

Take a detour from your normal bike route and ride through Cleveland Metroparks Zoo instead!

Cyclists of all ages will have two chances to cruise through the Zoo on their bikes this year when Wild Ride at the Zoo returns on Friday, May 9 and Friday, July 25 from 5:30-8:30 p.m.

Cleveland Play House Announces 2014-15 Season

99th Season First Selected By Artistic Director Laura Kepley

CLEVELAND, OH - Artistic Director Laura Kepley announces the lineup for the 99th consecutive season of Cleveland Play House, the first she has programmed. A classic American drama, a variety of new work including a world premiere, comedies and music highlight the 2014-15 Season. “The theme of our 99th season is Legacy,” reflects Kepley. “Many of the stories this season involve a changing of the guard. As one era ends, a new, sometimes shaky, sometimes confident world sprouts up, the future of which might be doomed or might be glorious– but it will always be theatrically thrilling.”

Congresswoman Fudge, Governor Kasich Request Pilot Program to Increase Minority Business Participation in Federally Funded Transportation Projects in Cleveland

Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Marcia L. Fudge (OH-11) and Ohio Governor John Kasich have each sent letters to U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx urging the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) to grant the State of Ohio a waiver to the Department’s Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program for upcoming projects in the City of Cleveland.

Ohioans Gather to Demand Fair Access to the Ballot Box

Second "Testimony Tuesday" brings together diverse group of voters to demand end to ballot rule shenanigans

COLUMBUS—Today on the steps of the Ohio Statehouse, legislators, community leaders, and voting advocates gathered at the second Testimony Tuesday event to call upon the state’s political leaders to stop enacting restrictive voting policies, and to instead encourage broader participation in government.

Fewer Ohio Kids Abusing Rx Painkillers, Many Texting & Driving

Survey by Ohio Department of Health monitors students' health risks & behaviors

COLUMBUS—Prescription painkiller abuse by teens dropped nearly in half during the past two years, according to the Ohio Department of Health’s 2013 Ohio Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS). In 2011, 21.3 percent of students reported using prescription pain relievers or painkillers without a doctor’s prescription one or more times during their life; in 2013 that dropped to 12.8 percent. The number of Ohio’s youth who reported using heroin also decreased from 3.1 percent to 2 percent.

Attorney General DeWine Announces New Help for Number One Ohio Consumer Complaint: Motor Vehicles

(COLUMBUS, Ohio)- Attorney General Mike DeWine announced today a new tool to help consumers buy used cars. The Attorney General’s Used Car Buyer Checklist covers purchasing, maintenance, and contract issues.

Gov. Kasich’s SNAP Restrictions Force More Jobless Ohioans to Lose Food Access

Dismal job climate, struggling economy leave Ohioans in need with little opportunity

COLUMBUS- State Rep. Dan Ramos (D-Lorain) and Sen. Charleta B. Tavares (D-Columbus) today criticized Gov. Kasich’s “ill-timed and poorly targeted” SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) restrictions that forced at least 16,290 more Ohioans off of food assistance in January. Gov. Kasich’s restrictions have forced at least 26,000 jobless Ohioans off of food assistance to date.

Through Jerse’s 2000 “Upskirt” Law, Ohio Avoids Massachusetts Dilemma

Last Friday, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick signed a bill updating the state’s voyeurism laws two days after the state’s Supreme Judicial Court ruled that a man who took photos up women’s skirts on a subway did not violate current law because the clothed victims were not “nude” or “semi-nude.” The development comes fourteen years after Ohio adopted a bill sponsored by then-State Representative Ed Jerse (D-Euclid) addressing a similar situation.

Ohio, the other border

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Every Tuesday night in Painesville, Ohio, immigrants with a common denominator meet at a converted church: they are protagonists or collateral damage in the government’s deportation machine.

Ohio Rolls Out New Adoptee Access to Records Law on March 20

Ohio is Latest in National Trend: Adoptees Watching in Other States

Cleveland, OH – On March 20, 2014, Ohio will implement the first part of a two-phase roll out of legislation related to adult adoptees’ access to their original birth certificates. On that date, birthparents can file a form to express their preferences about contact with the child they placed for adoption. In addition to the Contact Preference Form, birthparents will be encouraged to fill out an updated medical history. If their child was adopted between 1964 and 1996, birthparents will have a one-year period to request their names be redacted from the version of the original birth certificate that would be released to the adult adoptee.

IRS Has $24.5 Million for Ohioans Who Have Not Filed a 2010 Income Tax Return

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Refunds totaling more than $24.5 million may be waiting for an estimated 32,100 Ohioans who did not file a federal tax return for 2010, the Internal Revenue Service announced today. Nationwide, almost $760 million awaits about 918,600 taxpayers. To collect the money, however, these taxpayers must file their 2010 tax returns with the IRS no later than Tuesday, April 15, 2014.

Rep. Budish Advocates for Retaining Top Workforce Talent in Ohio Provides testimony for STEM Tax Credit Bill

COLUMBUS— Former Speaker and Minority Leader State Rep. Armond Budish (D-Beachwood) appeared before the House Ways and Means Committee today to offer sponsor testimony on House Bill 405. H.B. 405 would offer income tax credits for Ohio residents who graduate with advanced degrees in science, technology, engineering, and math-related fields – commonly referred to as STEM

State Assists Elderly and Disabled Ohioans

Elderly and low-income disabled Ohioans will receive help accessing services that allow them to live independently. Controlling Board approved $315,000 for the Resident Services Coordinator Program.

Taylor Announces Department of Insurance to Hold Statewide

“Welcome to Medicare” Events

COLUMBUS – Lieutenant Governor and Department of Insurance Director Mary Taylor announced today that the Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP) will hold a total of 19 “Welcome to Medicare” events across Ohio in April and May. The events will help consumers and their families understand the basics of Medicare.

THE PARKER HANNIFIN CORPORATION MAKES $125,000 GIFT IN UNRESTRICTED AND SCHOLARSHIP SUPPORT TO THE OHIO FOUNDATION OF INDEPENDENT COLLEGES

The Parker Hannifin Corporation has provided a $125,000 gift to the 2013-2014 annual campaign of The Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges (OFIC).

The Parker Hannifin Corporation has provided a $125,000 gift to the 2013-2014 annual campaign of The Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges (OFIC).

Dominion – 19th Annual Community Impact Awards

LAND studio receives Dominion East Ohio’s Community Impact Award for Perk Park transformation

Cleveland, Ohio (April 7, 2014) – Ralph J. Perk Plaza was awarded one of the thirteen 19th Annual Community Impact Awards from Dominion East Ohio and co-sponsor Inside Business Magazine. Each year, Dominion East Ohio and Inside Business acknowledge nonprofits that have been driven to make Northeast Ohio communities better places to live, work and play. Winners include MOCA Cleveland, Slavic Village Development, Gordon Square Arts District, and many others. From revitalizing dismantled neighborhoods into centers for art, culture and entertainment to preserving an untouched stretch of land for outdoor activities of all sorts, this year’s winners exemplify the region’s creativeness, inventiveness, and potential.

Rep. Budish Remembers SB 5, Remains Vigilant of Policies that Hurt Working Ohioans

Three year anniversary of Gov. Kasich signing SB 5 into law sees new challenges

Three year anniversary of Gov. Kasich signing SB 5 into law sees new challenges

Taylor Announces Ohio Department of Insurance to Hold “Welcome to Medicare” Event in Cuyahoga County

COLUMBUS – Lieutenant Governor and Department of Insurance Director Mary Taylor announced the Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP) will hold a “Welcome to Medicare” event on April 14 at 6 p.m. in Beachwood at the Beachwood Community Center, located at 25325 Fairmount Blvd. in Cuyahoga County. The event will help new and soon-to-be beneficiaries understand the basics of Medicare.

26,000 Insurance Jobs In Ohio By 2020 April 3, 201

Anticipating a wave of baby boomer retirements, the Ohio insurance industry says it will need 26,000 skilled workers by 2020. The estimate comes from a new workforce study and has prompted several colleges in Ohio to launch new degree programs in risk management and insurance (RMI).

Dovilla Announces Funding For Capital Projects Across Northeast Ohio

COLUMBUS—State Representative Mike Dovilla (R-Berea) applauded House passage of the capital appropriations bill, which authorizes over $30 million for community projects throughout Cuyahoga County.

COLUMBUS—State Representative Mike Dovilla (R-Berea) applauded House passage of the capital appropriations bill, which authorizes over $30 million for community projects throughout Cuyahoga County.

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