The Columbus Metropolitan Library serves 21 locations in Franklin County, and its operations center in Gahanna serves as a hub for the movement of all the materials that move through the system. We sneak behind the scenes after dark to find out just exactly how the books get onto the shelf.
Some Ohio businesses are pinning their hopes to a new federal program that matches companies with potential partners overseas.
A Wisconsin news organization and an advocacy group identified Stephen and Nancy Einhorn as the billboard buyers. The venture capitalist and Tea Party supporter now say they placed the billboards as a public service.
Clear Channel Outdoor says it’s tearing down 145 controversial billboards in Columbus, Cleveland and Milwaukee. The advertising giant has agreed to put up several billboards with a counter-message.
The finding that a frack-water disposal well contributed to a series of earthquakes in northeast Ohio rattled many residents’ comfort with the industry, which is on the cusp of enormous growth across Northeast Ohio. But are the fears justified?
A state lawmaker called the meeting a continuation of the industry’s “public relations campaign.”
“Cracking” plants process oil and natural gas into chemicals used to make things like plastic bags and antifreeze.
Religious conservatives in Ohio are credited with helping President George W. Bush swing the key voting state in 2000 and 2004. And despite setbacks in 2006, when Democrats won many key state seats, Ohio’s Christian Evangelical movement is gearing up for 2008.
Check Cashing was once relegated to stores that charged people without bank accounts top dollar to convert their paychecks into cash. Now a growing number of banks – and Walmart – are cashing in on the business.