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I-71 Ranked as Most Dangerous Highway in Ohio

Walker Evans Walker Evans I-71 Ranked as Most Dangerous Highway in Ohio

If you’re going to die in a crash on a highway in Ohio, I-71 is the place it’s most likely to happen. According to the latest federal data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Interstate-71 is the most dangerous in our state. The Ohio section of this highway (which continues down to Louisville in Kentucky) sees […]

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Central Ohio Home to 19 of the Most Expensive Zip Codes in the State

Walker Evans Walker Evans Central Ohio Home to 19 of the Most Expensive Zip Codes in the State

According to a new report from PropertyShark.com, Central Ohio is home to 38 percent of the state’s most expensive zip codes, calculated by their median home sale prices for 2016. The Village of Galena in Delaware County was the highest priced zip code in the region with a median home sale price of just over $388,000, […]

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Franklin County Now Largest in Ohio

Walker Evans Walker Evans Franklin County Now Largest in Ohio

According to the latest US Census data, Franklin County is now the largest in the State of Ohio, surpassing Cuyahoga County for the first time. The data now indicates that Franklin County has an estimated population of 1,264,518 as of 2016, with Cuyahoga County clocking in at 1,249,352 — a difference of 15,166 people. Since […]

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Ohio Heartbeat Bill Passes Senate, Awaits Action from Gov Kasich

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Ohio Heartbeat Bill Passes Senate, Awaits Action from Gov Kasich

A ban on abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected awaits Governor John Kasich’s signature before becoming law early next year. After the Senate added the measure to House Bill 493 — meant to expedite the process by which doctors report child abuse and neglect — the bill went back to the House and was […]

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Ohio Called for Donald Trump

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Ohio Called for Donald Trump

Several states have yet to report, but Ohio has chosen Donald Trump as the next president of the United States. After Clinton’s brief lead earlier in the evening, Trump took 53 percent of the vote to Clinton’s 42 percent. The three C’s — Columbus, Cleveland and Cincinnati — all favored Clinton, but Trump took the […]

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Ohio Mayors Discuss Opportunities and Challenges

Walker Evans Walker Evans Ohio Mayors Discuss Opportunities and Challenges

The theme of this year’s CEOs for Cities national meeting is “The Opportunity City” — a mantra oft repeated by Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther when describing both the aspirations and accomplishments of his city. As Ginther took the stage during the opening remarks of the three day conference, the theme quickly broadened to talk not […]

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The Confluence Cast: Empowering Students Through Songwriting

Tim Fulton Tim Fulton The Confluence Cast: Empowering Students Through Songwriting

How can students be empowered? The Dick & Jane Project thinks they have a solution: songwriting. Their literacy program partners middle schools students with professional musicians to create radio-ready songs; and a little confidence in the process. Follow the Confluence Cast: Web | iTunes | Facebook | Twitter

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