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PERRY TWP. – The Stark Parks board liked its two finalists for director so much that it decided to hire them both. The board voted unanimously Thursday to appoint township engineer Dan Moeglin to succeed Bob Fonte as executive director of the Stark County Park District. The board also voted to hire the other finalist, …

Area leaders are bracing for substantial growth in New Albany due to the planned addition of at least 3,000 jobs directly to Intel of his new microchip manufacturing plant and several thousand more for Intel suppliers. Heather Garner, Executive Director of the New Albany Symphonysaid she is excited about the upcoming opportunities Intel’s factory will …

CLEVELAND — One of Cleveland’s largest internet service providers announced a major investment Thursday in one of the city’s least connected neighborhoods. AT&T and City of Cleveland officials joined Glenville residents at the Ashbury Senior Computer Community Center to unveil new fiber internet service in the area as well as a new Connected Learning Center. …

Videos of pallet shelter villages were shown to city council members, city staff, and police and fire chiefs. Pallet homes are available in 64 square foot units that sleep up to two people and 100 square foot units that sleep up to four people. The pallets are portable, easy to set up and could be …

Despite the two-year COVID pandemic, apartment buildings continue to rise and downtown Columbus’ residential population continues to grow, now estimated at 11,200, according to a new report released Wednesday. If these trends continue, the downtown population is expected to reach 15,000 by 2024, even with the lingering effects of the pandemic, according to the “State …

GAINESVILLE, FL – April 16: Damon Corkern, who works for ECS Solar Energy Systems, Inc, installs a … [+] solar panel system on the roof of a house on April 16, 2009 in Gainesville, Florida. Recently, the City of Gainesville, through a program initiated by Gainesville Regional Utilities, became the first city in the nation …

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Supreme Court on Monday rejected a second set of Ohio Statehouse district maps that retained strong Republican majorities as gerrymandered — and sent them back for a third try. In another 4-3 decision, the High Court found that the bipartisan Ohio Redistricting Commission’s second attempt to draw the maps …

About 3,500 people from across New England celebrated Tết in Boston on Sunday, marking the Vietnamese Lunar New Year and marking the start of the Year of the Tiger. Guests were entertained by local performing groups and served Vietnamese cuisine prepared by small businesses and restaurants while celebrating Vietnamese heritage, culture and unity. The Vietnamese …

The latest data from the US census release end of 2019 reveals that our country’s population growth is slowing overall. Fewer births and more deaths pushed the national annual increase below the one million mark for the first time in decades. While Ohio remains the nation’s seventh-most populous state, its growth rate mirrors the national …

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) — Representatives of Cleveland’s 21 community development groups met with the Bibb administration on Tuesday to discuss ways to improve the city’s oft-criticized snow removal plan. Among those on the call was Tom McNair, executive director of Ohio City Incorporated. “I can honestly say that in my 12+ years in the civic …

Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools has hired Westerville resident Scott Gooding as its new treasurer. The school board approved a three-year contract with Gooding on Jan. 20 that comes into effect on March 1 to replace Mike Verlingo, who resigned on Jan. 18. He will receive an annual salary of $160,000 plus an option to receive benefits, …

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – The Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation has completed its investigation of the Greater Glenwood neighborhood. The survey was conducted between August and November 2021. YNDC Neighborhood Steward Patricia Stokes went door-to-door to over 780 households to speak to residents about their concerns, tastes and preferences. dislikes and their top priorities for improving …

Community Health Services to offer COVID testing, appointment required FREMONT – On Friday, Community Health Services will offer drive-thru COVID-19 testing at their main office at 2221 Hayes Ave., from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Clients must have an appointment to be tested. Registration must be completed online by going to the Community Health Services …

A declining population that predates the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a limited workforce that continues to impact hiring challenges for Guernsey County businesses as the new year begins. According to the 2020 US Census report, there are 38,438 people in Guernsey County, down slightly from a previous projection of 38,750 and down 4.1% from …

By JAKE BLEIBERG, ERIC TUCKER and MICHAEL BALSAMO COLLEYVILLE, Texas (AP) — A man held hostage for more than 10 hours Saturday at a Texas synagogue where he could be heard ranting in a livestream and demanding the release of a Pakistani neuroscientist who was convicted of attempting to to kill US Army officers in …

A group of school districts in Ohio are suing the state, claiming the way private schools are funded is uneven and unconstitutional. Public education advocacy group Vouchers Hurt Ohio announced the trial Tuesday morning at a press conference. The legal challenge, filed the same day in Franklin County Common Plea Court, specifically targets the EdChoice …

Defendants charged in a 1986 murder at a Canyon Lake campsite and the homicide of a woman on a residential street in New Braunfels have surpassed the November and December grand jury indictments released by the prosecutor last week. criminal Jennifer Tharp. On June 7, the Comal County Sheriff’s Office announced the arrests of Tracey …

This holiday season marks the 13th year that a church in Bismarck has encouraged members of its congregation to donate half of their Christmas gift budget to support homeless services in the Bismarck-Mandan area. Legacy United Methodist’s goal of donating $ 40,000 comes at a time when organizations working with the homeless describe a multitude …

Data recently released by the US Census Bureau shows that Oklahoma’s population growth exceeded most of the country from July 2020 to July 2021, primarily due to an influx of people moving into Oklahoma from other states. This population increase coincided with the lifting of most COVID restrictions in Oklahoma, although mandates were maintained in …

Census data released on Monday found that New York State experienced the nation’s largest annual population decline between July 2020 and July 2021, losing more than 1.5% of its population during that 12-month period. The news has sounded alarm among business organizations concerned about stagnant population growth in parts of New York in recent decades. …

PARMA, Ohio – For people whose New Year’s resolutions include getting more exercise, Parma city schools have a plan for you. The neighborhood has recently restarted its community walking and swimming program, which runs until May. The first takes place in the three district high schools; the latter is only this year at the lycée …

WOOSTER – In preparation for over a year, the Wayne County Community Corrections Board approved its three-year strategic plan on Monday, December 6. It outlines goals for criminal justice agencies to work more closely together while prioritizing the next steps in the county jail renovation and expansion. Haiti:“We are grateful to God”: 3 other hostages …

AKRON, Ohio – Move to Highland Square Porch Rokr, there’s a new music festival in town. The inaugural Kenmore Winter Break Music Festival, which takes place December 17-18 at the Rialto Theater on Kenmore Boulevard, is designed not only to break the monotony of a gloomy Ohio winter, but is also part of a strategy …

Tiffin, Ohio – U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) hosted a panel discussion in downtown Tiffin on Tuesday with officials and community leaders to discuss how President Joe Biden’s recently enacted Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will improve the local economy in Tiffin and across the state. from Ohio. The roundtable, held at Old Trinity Episcopal …

Ohio Republican Gov. Mike DeWine enacted a new congressional district map ThroughThe Associated Press November 21, 2021, 1:30 a.m. • 4 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on twitterEmail this article COLUMBUS, Ohio – Republican Ohio Governor Mike DeWine on Saturday promulgated a map of new congressional districts that will be in effect for the …

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Construction on a project in the Hingetown area of ​​Ohio City is underway that will transform what was once a well-known nightclub for LGBTQ + into a co-working space run by a startup based in the Columbus area. COhatch plans to complete the renovations and open the building in the 2800 block …

CLEVELAND – Residents of an Ohio City community want transparency from city leaders after they say a proposal to divert truck traffic from their neighborhood was boxed without any warning . The problems with the Willow Avenue Lift Bridge go back decades and have serious consequences for the residents of Lakeview Terrace, one of the …

John Kuntz, the ordinary merchantA young Amish farmer from Middlefield plows a strip of land behind his Belgian draft horses for the Ohio City Farm project. CLEVELAND, Ohio – Ohio City, agricultural country. Six vacant acres of Cleveland’s West Side, a few blocks from cutting-edge restaurants and the revered West Side Market, turn to a …