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Female firefighters rarely complain about being sexually harassed or discriminated against, at least publicly.
CENTERBURG, Ohio -- All along Main Street, people stopped what they were doing to cheer for the Centerburg High School Class of 2009.
A gas-station worker stepped outside and whooped. A woman dropped a bag of hot dog buns in her front yard and applauded. A few people had made cardboard signs of support: "Way to go class of '09."
A couple of blocks from the Columbus Arts Festival, a group of enterprising students has found a way to capitalize on the frugality of this year's art buyer.
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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.