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Many adopted Ohioans will find it easier to get their birth certificates under a state law taking effect next month.
Centuries of historical financial records have been put online as the result of a partnership between State Treasurer Josh Mandel and the State Library of Ohio.
Ohio's prison population isn't growing as rapidly as officials expected, though it still has thousands more inmates than its system was designed to accommodate.

The preschool programs at Alexander Local Schools have been recognized with a five star rating from the state through the Step Up to Quality program.

A replacement for former sheriff Patrick Kelly won’t be appointed by the Athens County Democratic Party until after March 20, County Democratic Chairman Alan Trout said Friday. That’s the date Kelly is scheduled to be sentenced in Athens County Common Pleas Court on 18 felony charges.

The Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development (COAD) has been awarded three federal grants to operate the Retired Volunteer Senior Program (RSVP) in 13 different counties.

The grants are from the Corporation for National and Community Service.

Programs aimed at helping address the significant impact substance abuse and addiction are having on children and families are being developed by Athens County Children Services and partner agencies.

A Michigan man that was charged in a sexual assault that happened during Ohio University's 2013 Homecoming has pleaded guilty in Athens County Common Pleas Court and been sentenced to five years in prison.

A southeastern Ohio man who pleaded guilty to killing a pizza delivery driver will be sentenced by a three-judge panel after it hears more testimony.

Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich is urging West Virginia lawmakers to call for a constitutional convention to pass a federal balanced budget amendment.
At the Charleston statehouse Thursday, the potential 2016 presidential hopeful touted the movement.