Statewide, revenues increased 7.9 percent in March compared with February.
The lawsuit filed Tuesday is part of a long-running dispute between the state and Corps.
A former Ohio House page faces charges related to a letter prosecutors say he forged in last year’s primary.
If federal approval is granted, new tests would be in place for the 2016-2017 school year.
School president David Hodge called the graffiti “profane, racist, sexist, anti-Semitic and homophobic.”
Joseph Nohra was a 1957 graduate of Youngstown State University.
In spots airing across the state, the Natural Resources Defense Council and Moms Clean Air Force paint the Republican’s proposal as a “pollu…
Projects were on display in sciences, arts and other disciplines.
James Padula was the third principal at Summit Academy in Warren in the past year.
Under current ownership, KDA has been cited three times for the Vienna well since 2004.
Police began investigating the man in January, according to an Ohio Attorney General’s Office representative.
Mahoning County Engineer Pat Ginnetti said that fixing potholes is not a simple process.
Andrew Kosco went 3 for 4 today in Cocoa Beach, Florida.
The woman worked at the State Correctional Institute in Mercer, according to a press release.
Marie Belcastro was 94 years old.
Among the top 100 most populous areas in the U.S., Youngstown-Warren-Boardman was rated the lowest.
Officials at the scene said that there were no other injuries.
On Friday, a county prosecutor said most officers are refusing to cooperate with the investigation.
Summit County Public Health on Tuesday confirmed that a person associated with Akron Public Schools has been diagnosed with the disease.
The man said he plans to pay off his car, buy his nephew a very nice first birthday gift and put the rest in the bank.