The Ohio Senate passed legislation investing $7.8 billion to fund the construction and maintenance of the state's transportation system. The bill also enhances safety, promotes commerce and puts tens of thousands of Ohioans to work.
Well over 100 people from all walks of life and political backgrounds gathered in downtown Millersburg to show their growing concern over current political issues. The primary organizers of the event were three local women: Graciela Estill, Denice Hazlett and Greta Monter.
Rep. Bob Gibbs, R-Lakeville, and Rep. Jim Renacci, R-Wadsworth, addressed their concerns with regulatory overreach with members of Holmes-Wayne Electric Cooperative Co-op Owners for Political Action at a breakfast Thursday morning at the West Salem office.
With more than 250 miles of roads, close to 300 bridges and countless culverts to maintain, the Holmes County engineer's office is struggling to keep pace with its current budget, which has not changed for more than a decade. Chris Young is proposing a county sales tax in hopes that it will allow...