Early voting begins Wednesday for Ohio's second primary of 2022. The races for Ohio House and Senate seats were pushed back from the normal May primary date because of disagreements over new district maps.
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“We are leading the way; our program here in Cincinnati has been deemed a model for the country,” said Greater Cincinnati Water Works Director Cathy Bailey. “I have the opportunity now to share that information with others so that we know generations to come will have lead-free environments that they live in.”
Kentucky State Treasurer Allison Ball has written a letter to one of three big credit rating agencies criticizing the inclusion of environmental, social and governance factors in its credit score for Kentucky.
Like squeezing butter from a stone, dairy group keeps this year's Ohio State Fair butter sculptures a secretAfter a two-year pandemic hiatus, the famous(ly weird?) Ohio State Fair butter cow will be back this year. The previous iteration in 2019 honored the 50th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing, complete with butter astronauts and a butter Neil Armstrong saluting the American flag.
"I did never and I would never under any circumstances sell my vote or trade my vote," the former Cincinnati City Council member said while being questioned by his own defense team.
The Christ Hospital Health Network is joining the Dana-Farber Brigham Cancer Care Collaborative, becoming the first hospital outside New England to partner with the cancer center. It's a process that requires an "extensive review of the hospital's oncology practices."
Cincinnati Council passed pay-to-stay last year, which is supposed to force a landlord to stop a nonpayment eviction if the tenant can pay all past due rent and fees. But Hamilton County magistrates announced their decision not to enforce it on the day it went into effect in December, saying they think the local ordinance conflicts with state law.
The nearly $13 million will be used to turn seven contaminated properties into pad-ready sites, according to The Port's Todd Castellini.
The Great Council State Park in between Yellow Springs and Xenia will feature an interpretive center that will tell stories of the Shawnee's past, present and future.
Using federal infrastructure dollars, Ohio hopes to install 30 interstate chargers in the next year and a half, and wants your input on. where they should be placed.
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