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An employee of the Athens County Sheriff’s Office who was Pat Kelly’s administrative assistant until he was suspended has resigned under scrutiny.

The owner of a central Ohio grain company says at least one person suffered minor burns in a grain bin explosion.

The blast was reported Wednesday afternoon in Coshocton. Sgt. Charlie George of the county sheriff's office said grain dust in the bin apparently triggered the explosion.

Toledo’s mayor has been busy writing, lately. Mayor D.

For the third time this year the Nelsonville-York Board of Education will be tasked with filling a vacancy on its own board.

West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin is telling state agencies to keep their budgets on par with this year's spending plans.

Revenue Secretary Bob Kiss last week sent instructions to agency heads on submitting 2016 budget requests. A new fiscal year started in July.

Ohio State officials say there is no recent record of campus police attending an annual ritual where marching band members entered Ohio Stadium in their underwear.

OhioHealth is firm in its decision not to have an emergency room in Nelsonville in the future, according to Athens County Commission President Lenny Eliason.

“That decision is over with,” Eliason said Tuesday after meeting with OhioHealth officials.

A northwest Ohio county is getting a $650,000 grant from the state's attorney general to help fund a pilot program for heroin addicts.

Athens County EMS will add another fulltime squad member, the county commissioners decided Tuesday.

The move is an effort to reduce overtime costs and add more stability to scheduling.

A new state office aims to connect Ohioans on public assistance with paths to employment and financial independence.