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Sherrod Brown: Putting more money in Ohioans’ pockets

...childhood poverty in half, and would make a big difference for families paying for daycare and diapers and school supplies and all the extra expenses that come up when you’re raising a family. Taken together, this...

Richland Source
Published 1 month ago
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Sherrod Brown: Putting more money in Ohioans’ pockets

...childhood poverty in half, and would make a big difference for families paying for daycare and diapers and school supplies and all the extra expenses that come up when you’re raising a family. Taken together, this...

Richland Source
Published 1 month ago
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Ohio baby with heart condition outlives expectations Ohio baby with heart condition outlives expectations | WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio | Columbus News, Weather & Sports

...McCarthys dared to let themselves dream of Jack's future. They saw him leading a normal life, going to school, playing and having fun. They cried for him, laughed with him, hoped with all their hearts as they...

WBNS CBS 10 Columbus
Published 1 month ago
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Fort Thomas 8th-grader dies suddenly over the weekend, school district says

A Northern Kentucky school district is mourning after the sudden loss of an eighth-grade student on Saturday. Highlands Middle School student Lilliana Schalck died suddenly on Saturday, superintendent...

wlwt.com
Published 1 month ago

Highlands Middle School student died suddenly Saturday

...12:53 PM, Feb 24, 2019 Updated: 2019-02-24 17:55:51Z An eighth-grade student at Highlands Middle School died suddenly Saturday night, according to school officials. Dr. Karen Cheser, Fort Thomas Independent...

wcpo.com
Published 1 month ago

Are you picking the wrong money goals?

...what you wrote: — Be better off than my peers — Pay for personal self-improvement (e.g., go back to school, learn a skill) — Experience the excitement of investing. — Start a new business. — Buy a house....

Cleveland Morning Journal
Published 1 month ago
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Gone in a New York minute

...First Community Church Professor Daniel Kobil—Constitutional law professor at Capital University Law School Imam Horsed Noah—Executive Director, Abubakar Assisiq Islamic Center Honorable Mary Jo Kilroy—Former...

Sunbury News
Published 1 month ago

Nobel Peace Prize nomination for POTUS?

...interviews, friends and neighbors turned a cold shoulder to them. Their son too was known to be bullied in school. And the archdiocese threatened Miller and Steffel with excommunication for speaking openly about...

Sunbury News
Published 1 month ago

Warren in Vegas

...collective good. They deserve recognition — and a ladder up. An annual Gallup survey ranked nurses, high school teachers, and police among the top five most honest and ethical professions. Firefighters earned the...

Sunbury News
Published 1 month ago

Why Orlando Apollos have to live in Jacksonville, practice in Georgia for 36 days

...From there, they will hop on a bus and travel 30 miles each day to hold their practices at a high school in Kingsland, Georgia, for 36 days. SPORTS, DELIVERED:Get latest news right in your inbox! The irony...

Fremont News-Messenger
Published 1 month ago
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Prince Harry, Meghan back education for girls in Morocco Prince Harry, Meghan back education for girls in Morocco | WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio | Columbus News, Weather & Sports

...the Duchess of Sussex, flew up to a village in Morocco's rugged Atlas Mountains on Sunday to visit a school and encourage girls to pursue an education no matter what the obstacles. Harry and the pregnant Meghan...

WBNS CBS 10 Columbus
Published 1 month ago
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Ohio baby with heart condition outlives expectations

...McCarthys dared to let themselves dream of Jack’s future. They saw him leading a normal life, going to school, playing and having fun. They cried for him, laughed with him, hoped with all their hearts as they...

Findlay Courier
Published 1 month ago
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Donella Elizabeth BARKER

...Donella was an active member of First Baptist Church of Middletown since 1970. She was a secretary with Board of Education for Middletown Schools. Donella also volunteered at Atrium Hospital for over 20 years....

Springfield News Sun
Published 1 month ago
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HELOISE: Take heed of speed

..."affect" and "effect"? Don't get confused. "Affect" is a verb: "Will the snowstorm affect the start of school?" "Effect" is a noun: "The effect of the big snowstorm overnight? School will start two hours later."...

Circleville Herald
Published 1 month ago

Fort Thomas 8th-grader dies suddenly

An eighth grade Highlands Middle School student died suddenly over the weekend, according to school officials. Fort Thomas 8th-grader dies suddenly An eighth grade Highlands Middle School student died...

Cincinnati Enquirer
Published 1 month ago

A story of hope and loss: Family recalls their son's 81-day fight against the odds

...McCarthys dared to let themselves dream of Jack's future. They saw him leading a normal life, going to school, playing and having fun. They cried for him, laughed with him, hoped with all their hearts as they...

wlwt.com
Published 1 month ago
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Champaign County chamber hires new executive director

...new city hall Koennecke was born and raised in Canada before moving to Ohio with her husband, Superintendent of Granham Local Schools Kirk Koennecke, in 2009. She has been with the chamber since 2017, with...

Springfield News Sun
Published 1 month ago

Ohio baby with heart condition outlives expectations

...McCarthys dared to let themselves dream of Jack's future. They saw him leading a normal life, going to school, playing and having fun. They cried for him, laughed with him, hoped with all their hearts as they...

Bryan Times Online
Published 1 month ago
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Clean up begins on Venezuela-Colombia border after unrest

...use military force. "How many of you national guardsmen have a sick mother? How many have kids in school without food," he said, standing alongside a warehouse in the Colombian city of Cucuta where 600 tons...

WSYX ABC 6 Columbus
Published 1 month ago

Clean up begins on Venezuela-Colombia border after unrest

...use military force. "How many of you national guardsmen have a sick mother? How many have kids in school without food," he said, standing alongside a warehouse in the Colombian city of Cucuta where 600 tons...

WTTE Fox 28 Columbus
Published 1 month ago