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Columbus Answers: Why didn’t Ohio’s emissions tests locate Volkswagen’s purify …

October 5, 2015 Columbus No Comments
Why didn’t a counties that E-check locate Volkswagen’s glimmer scam?  Is Ohio’s emission check a fraud also? — Rich McKnight, Denver, N.C. (formerly of Columbus)   Volkswagen’s disreputable violations of purify atmosphere standards were carried out not by changing emissions tests, though by installing in-vehicle program that would make certain Volkswagen models evacuate reduce levels of poll

Read’s ballots for Associated Press Ohio state football polls …

October 5, 2015 Cleveland No Comments
CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Associated Press releases its latest tip 10 high propagandize football polls for all 7 groups Monday night. Listed next are a ballots submitted by staff members. The check is voted on by media opposite Ohio. (Click here to see how AP tip 10 teams fared after Week 6.) Scott Patsko’s list for Division I: 1. Lakewood St. Edward, 2. Cincinnati Colerain, 3. Huber H

Officials work to rename Cincinnati park after slain cop

October 5, 2015 Cincinnati No Comments
Officials work to rename Cincinnati park after slain copOctober 05, 2015 03:56 EDT CINCINNATI (AP) — Efforts are underway to rename a Cincinnati park after a military officer who was killed in a line of avocation progressing this year. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports ( ) that officials are operative to change a name of East Hyde Park Commons in Hyde Park to a “Po

Toledo Hospital, Chamber of Commerce conflict Issue 3

October 5, 2015 Toledo No Comments
The presidents of ProMedica Toledo Hospital and a Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce announced currently their antithesis to State Issue 3, that would give a tiny organisation of self-selected investors a corner over a cultivation and sale of pot in Ohio and make pot widely accessible opposite a state. Arturo Polizzi, a sanatorium president, pronounced Issue 3 would mistreat a health and reserve of Ohioans. “W

Frederick ‘Derby’ Shortridge wins Akron Art Prize

October 5, 2015 Akron No Comments
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Editorial: Marijuana legalization heads to a vote

October 5, 2015 Canton No Comments
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Man shot in face in Youngstown

October 5, 2015 Youngstown No Comments
Left: Police trust a sharpened happened nearby a intersection of Rush Blvd. and E. Lucius Ave. in Youngstown Right: Police are also during a residence during 429 E. Indianola Ave. in Youngstown Monday YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – A male is in a sanatorium Monday after being shot in a face on Youngstown’s south side, according to Youngstown Police. Police trust a sharpened happened around 12:30 p.m. nea

Corrigan in Lorain acquires Carney McNicholas; CSU’s business college to horde …

October 5, 2015 Lorain No Comments
Corrigan of Lorain acquires Carney McNicholas in Cleveland LORAIN, Ohio — Corrigan Moving Systems announced this week a merger of Carney McNicholas’ bureau and 40,000-square-foot room in a Cleveland market. The Carney family is stability to play a care purpose during a Cleveland operation, and a 30 employees during a former Carney McNicholas office, 2931 Abbe Road in Lorain, will sojourn as Corrigan employe

85K revisit Springfield landmark given $6M renovation

October 5, 2015 Springfield No Comments
The 107-year-old Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Westcott House museum in Springfield has had about 85,000 visitors in a initial decade given undergoing about $6 million in renovations. As it enters a second decade, a museum during 85 S. Greenmount Ave. — one of 11 Wright houses in Ohio and 350 remaining in a universe — will be adding some-more seat subsequent year and is deliberation destiny expansion. The Westcot

Lakewood lady assaulted after interrupting burglar

October 5, 2015 Lakewood No Comments
LAKEWOOD, Ohio — Lakewood military are looking for a male who assaulted a lady after she found him burglarizing her apartment. The lady returned to her Giel Avenue unit from work about 6:20 p.m. Friday and found a man packing her effects into a bag, Lakewood Police Capt. Ed Hassing said. She confronted him and a male attacked her, Hassing said. The dual had a brief onslaught before a male ran out a behind doo

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