Bowling Green City School District has asked voters for money to construct a new high school building five times. Levies asking for additional school funds have become rarer and harder to pass in the state.
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The decision to uphold the latest legislative maps from the Ohio Redistricting Commission was widely expected as the Ohio Supreme Court's composition has changed since it struck down maps five times in the last year.
Cincinnati City Council approved about $7 million in spending Monday in the final portion of the annual carryover budget.
The bill — which specifically states that no Ohio agency can adopt emission standards set by California, which is banning gas-powered cars by 2035 — now moves on to the Senate.
Intel submitted an application for CHIPS funding, and more than a dozen members of Congress from Ohio are urging the government to select Intel as part of the program.
Some 2023-2024 Accord and HR-V models may be missing a part of the seat belt pretensioners, increasing the risk of injury during a crash, say federal regulators.
The proposed trail along 3.5 miles of abandoned railway could provide an alternative for bikers and walkers looking to avoid busy Hamilton Avenue.
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