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CLEVELAND -- Cleveland's transit agency has told its drivers to stop giving people a free ride.
He's a third-generation owner of a business that employs some 80 people in central Ohio and sells its products globally, with a manufacturing plant in Columbus and corporate headquarters in Powell.
Fifty-one pairs of sterling silver cuff links.
Patients have a better chance of surviving life-threatening injuries if they're treated at a Level I trauma center than a Level II trauma center, according to a study by local experts.
FINDLAY, Ohio (AP) -- Farmers in northwestern Ohio are worried that they could be forced to pay higher taxes or lose their land if an organization is created to oversee flood-control efforts along a river that frequently goes over its banks.
CLEVELAND -- Specialized courts that offer intense treatment programs to repeat drunken drivers are helping to reduce recidivism in some Ohio counties.
This is just a little story, but it involves an unusual critter Downtown, with a pinch of controversy and a bit of intrigue thrown in.
RAVENNA, Ohio -- Former Ravenna Police Chief Michael Swartout's fit of rage and 39-hour standoff with police will cost him five years.
Do you remember the days of Fall Creek, Warner Creek, the first Cascadia Summers? Do you remember the lands that were saved by the direct efforts of concerned citizens? We remember, and it is within that greater tradition of non-violent forest defense that we now come to you proclaiming that a resurgence has begun.