Work & Money


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.

Behind the Camera

The past year has been the biggest year ever in the history of film production in greater Cleveland. With an estimated economic impact of more than $150 million, thousands of people and hundreds of businesses are now benefiting from our ...

FitzGerald for Ohio Releases Kasich Tax Shift Calculator

COLUMBUS, OH – The FitzGerald for Ohio campaign today launched a digital tax calculator that lets working Ohioans instantly measure how Gov. John Kasich’s new tax plan rewards the rich and stiffs working taxpayers and middle class families.

Santorum Comments On Disappointing Jobs Report

Former presidential candidate, former U.S. Senator, and Chairman of Patriot Voices Rick Santorum issued the following statement on today's disappointing jobs report.

Ingenuity Cleveland Launches GoFundMe Campaign to “Make Ingenuity Awesome” for 2013 Through Support from Individuals

Ingenuity Cleveland has launched a GoFundMe campaign with a video asking people to donate as the non-profit attempts to raise $10,000 to cover additional attractions for the “free” 2013 IngenuityFest, presented by Scene Magazine. The Festival will take place September ...

National Nonprofit Partners with the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and the Cleveland Foundation to Host Economic Summit

ICIC’s annual Inner City Economic Summit comes to Cleveland October 23-24, 2013

Rep. Clyde Announces Over $635,000 for Local Public & Private Projects

State Funds Awarded to KSU Liquid Crystal Institute & Davey Resource Group

How Payday Lenders Skirt State Crack Downs

The Ohio legislature banned high-cost loans in 2008, but loopholes in regulation has allowed the industry continue to peddle payday loans.

Yates Selected as New Tri-C Nursing Dean

Vivian M. Yates has held faculty and administrative positions in bachelor’s, associate and practical nursing programs and served with a national accrediting organization.

Congresswoman Fudge, joined by 204 Democratic House Members calls on Speaker

WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS, OH – Congresswoman Marcia L. Fudge (OH-11) signed a letter that was delivered to House Speaker John Boehner today, calling on the Speaker to restore funding for SNAP (food stamps) and other nutrition programs to the farm bill.


Cedar Point is looking for people who make frightful first impressions as the park gears up for its 17th annual HalloWeekends this fall, which opens this September on Friday the 13th. As students return to school, Cedar Point recruits hundreds ...

Calling All Future Leaders: Join Torchbearers for its Fourth Annual Signature Recruitment Event

AKRON (OHIO) – Future leaders of Akron are invited to join Torchbearers, the area’s leading young professional organization, for its Signature Recruitment Event on Tuesday, June 18, 2013, from 5 – 7 p.m. at Summit Art Space. The organization is ...


COLUMBUS – The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) would return $112.8 million to nearly 3,800 local governments and schools under the $1 billion rebate proposed by Governor John Kasich and BWC Administrator/CEO Steve Buehrer last week. The proposal also ...

Ensuring Ohio Taxpayers Don’t Pay for Wall Street’s Failures

Most Ohioans would be surprised to know that the same Wall Street megabanks which received bailouts from taxpayers in 2009 also receive taxpayer-funded advantages today simply because of their “too big to fail” status. This taxpayer-supplied subsidy is wrong, and ...

Equal Pay for Equal Work

As parents, we all want our daughters to have the same opportunities as our sons. As a father of two girls, I'm tired of seeing Ohio women lose $16 billion in income each year because they still don't earn equal ...