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The HEAP Summer Crisis Program started July 1

The HEAP Summer Crisis Program started July 1

U.S. Forest Service Will Award $14 Million for Working Forests

U.S. Forest Service Will Award $14 Million for Working Forests

Attorney General DeWine, Jefferson County Sheriff Abdalla Announce Cold Case Indictments, Arrest

Attorney General DeWine, Jefferson County Sheriff Abdalla Announce Cold Case Indictments, Arrest

Congresswoman Lee's Statement on the 49th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1965

Congresswoman Lee's Statement on the 49th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1965

Racial makeup of private prisons shows disparities, new OSU study finds

By Michelle Klampe, 541-737-0784, michelle.klampe@oregonstate.edu Contact: Brett Burkhardt, 541-737-2310 or Brett.burkhardt@oregonstate.edu

The City Mission Receives Walmart Foundation Donation

Donation to Support Laura’s Home Crisis Center to help women and children

Lupus Support Group in Norwood, Ohio

The Lupus Foundation of America, Greater Ohio Chapter will host its monthly Cincinnati support group on Monday, July 28 at the Norwood Library.

Josh Mandel in Florida Receiving Award

While Ohioans Suffer Mandel has failed to implement programming, politicizes Treasurer’s office

Ohio program on the “Watch”

Wall Street Journal spotlights RIDGE Program success

Ohio’s Truck Driving Championships

The Ohio Trucking Association held its 2014 Truck Driving Championships (TDC) with ten classes including an exhibition military class.

OHIO ADVOCATES ATTEND PREVENT BLINDNESS 9TH ANNUAL

“EYES ON CAPITOL HILL” EVENT

CLEVELAND PUBLIC LIBRARY’S OHIO LIBRARY FOR THE BLIND AND PHYSICALLY DISABLED HOSTS ANNUAL FAMILY FUN & LEARNING DAY

Featured speakers include Local columnist and author Terry Pluto

Northeast Ohio Lawmakers Introduce Buy Local Ohio Program

Legislation aims to boost local economies, support Ohio businesses

13 Ohio Communities Receive State help to Save Historic Buildings

Today, the Ohio Development Services Agency awarded $37.7 million in Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits to rehabilitate 35 historic buildings in 13 communities across the state.

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