Culvert replacement project near Angry Bull Steakhouse won’t end until mid-December. Commuters urged to continue using Ohio 2 as detour
A Berlin Heights man remains jailed after he ignored loud music complaints, threw coffee at deputy.
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Some 12,000 Ohio doctors are being warned they appear to be violating a 2015 law that requires them to check patients’ prescription histories against a state website before recommending prescription painkillers.
Columbus chief Kim Jacobs says officials have been discussing where Mason will work in the future because he likely won’t be back on patrol.
Theodore Wadsworth, 75, died Thursday evening on Ohio 101
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Friday, Sept. 30
Officials seek voter approval on fall ballot issue, which would raise taxes to pay for road, sewer and various other projects.
Topic: More stoplight woes
Discount code must be used, test taken by Oct. 31
Event is 7 p.m. Oct. 4
Some minor items might remain incomplete until spring 2017
Students learn from elections expert. Class focusing on voter issues leading up to Nov. 8 election.
Village asking voters to raise taxes for first time 30 years. Money would pay for basic government services, such as police and snow removal