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CLEVELAND — The highly anticipated 45th annual St. Malachi Church Run and Walk returns Saturday to Cleveland ahead of St. Patrick's Day.

More than 3,000 people are registered for the ... Read Full Story

Sat, Mar 16, 2024

WHITEHALL, Ohio — Two Ohio lawmakers are looking to ease a looming financial burden on law enforcement agencies in their state that will have to replace marijuana-sniffing dogs after voters a... Read Full Story

Thu, Mar 7, 2024
Ohio lawmakers are moving forward legislation that would name a Cleveland interchange after a Norfolk Southern conductor who died last year after a dump truck collided with his train. Read Full Story
Mon, Feb 26, 2024
Ukrainian roots run deep in Ohio. An estimated 45,781 Ohioans claim Ukrainian ancestry, which ranks sixth nationwide. And Parma can claim more than 4,400 such residents, making it the Ukrainian capital in the Buckeye State. That's why State Rep. Sean Brennan (D-14) was surprised to learn that Aug. 24 wasn't designated statewide as 'Ukrainian Independence Day.' Read Full Story
Fri, Feb 2, 2024
After spending nearly 30 years in education, state Rep. Sean Brennan, a Parma Democrat, is launching a student and teacher of the month program. Read Full Story
Wed, Dec 27, 2023
State Rep. Sean Brennan, a Parma Democrat, recently proposed a bill in the Ohio House of Representatives that will reimburse communities for police K9s that have been rendered nearly unusable due to the passage of Issue 2. Read Full Story
Wed, Dec 13, 2023

What do parents need to know to understand the school voucher system?

State lawmakers budgeted nearly $400 million for this school year. Through mid-October, state education officials had a... Read Full Story

Wed, Nov 29, 2023

With more than a month left for parents to enroll, Ohio's new universal school voucher program appears to already be more expensive than estimated.

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Mon, Nov 6, 2023

A Republican-sponsored bill seeks to create new standards for social studies in K-12 schools in Ohio through a task force appointed by state lawmakers and the governor, using a civics program devel... Read Full Story

Mon, Nov 6, 2023

The nuclear power plant subsidies in the bailout at the center of the largest corruption case in Ohio history were repealed less than a year after the arrests in the case in 2020. But the rest of t... Read Full Story

Mon, Nov 6, 2023