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Nationally, nearly half of the total healthcare workforce in the 100 largest American metropolitan areas are employed as nurses, support technicians, psychiatric and home health aides. For many of those role’s a two-year associate’s degree or high school diploma will suffice.

Many economic indicators show Ohio’s economy has recovered significantly since the nation’s recession in 2008 and 2009.

Ohio State University has fired the director of its celebrated marching band amid allegations he knew about and ignored "serious cultural issues" including sexual harassment.

Jonathan Waters had led the band since 2012, and served in lesser capacities for a decade.

Vice President Joe Biden told the National Urban League Conference Thursday morning that the Obama administration is committed to job training and infrastructure repair.

Gov. John Kasich is standing by his top education leader in the wake of controversy surrounding a charter school investigation. The probe was launched after a group of teachers alleged sexual misconduct, racism and possible cheating was going on at a Dayton charter school.

City and county officials are hoping electrical aggregation will bring benefits to consumers, the environment and local economy.

It’s been 50 years since Freedom Summer, the civil rights movement that focused on getting African Americans, particularly those in the South, to register to vote and become politically active.

Federal officials say around 35,000 Ohioans will benefit from more than $1.2 million in refunds from insurance companies because of a provision in President Barack Obama's health care law.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released the figures Thursday.

New one-year contracts have been approved for two administrative employees with the Athens County Board of Developmental Disabilities.

The Athens County Board of Developmental Disabilities will have a 1.5 mill levy on the November ballot following approval by the Athens County Commissioners on Tuesday.

ACBDD Supt. Eric Young informed the board of the approval during Tuesday’s regular meeting.