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New Lexington Mayor Dale Eveland pulled the plug on the local EMS, citing inconsistency with squad times as the main reason for outsourcing ambulance service in the village.

Developers say they're considering a site in eastern Ohio for a multibillion-dollar ethane plant.

Update 11:30 a.m. An Ohio police relations task force is recommending the state boost the minimum number of required training hours for officers and use stricter screening for applicants.

Athens eatery Big Mamma’s Burritos has announced it will be adding a new location in Columbus at 2480 N. High St. The new location is expected to open in August.

The group that got Athens city voters to pass a citizen’s bill of rights to restrict fracking and associated practices within the city limits is now turning its attention to the entire county.

An attorney for fired Athens County sheriff’s deputy Shannon Sheridan is threatening a defamation lawsuit if a local couple and their employee don’t retract statements used by Sheriff Rodney Smith to fire Sheridan.

A lawyer representing Smith called the tactic “highly unprofessional.”

The Ohio House has passed its version of the state budget that overhauls the governor's tax plans, steers more money to schools and revises certain health care policies.
 
The Ohio Senate has passed a proposal that would allow a new commission to set pay levels for elected public officials - should voters agree to that idea.
 
Brazilian petrochemical company Odebrecht and plastics maker Braskem say they will re-evaluate an ethane cracker they proposed to build in West Virginia.
 
Ohio is supplying Toledo with interest-free loans totaling $6.5 million for improvements at the city's water treatment plant.
 

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