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The capital of Ohio won $40 million in federal funding for its projects last year.
The Supreme Court of Ohio will decide.
The state treasurer's office is trying something new.
There are about 4.5 million young adults in their late teens and early 20s who are neither in school nor working.
Ballot measure supporters want to stop pollution in Lake Erie. Opponents say the measure could unleash a torrent of frivolous lawsuits.
We take a look at four cities whose fates are linked to Chrysler and GM.
According to the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, nearly half of all workers will at some point in their career become “displaced” — that is, they will lose a job through no fault of their own. When that happens, getting…
How a small dairy store from Ohio became one of the biggest names in the Japanese convenience store industry
The benefits of nostalgia.
While challenges remain for transgender jobseekers, more businesses are reaching out to the trans community
Looking for a job can be difficult for anyone, but for transgender people, it can be especially tough.
With fewer homes to sell, realtors say they need to look for new ways to find business