A lame-duck legislative amendment passed by the Ohio Senate last week is the latest chapter in a debate over whether and how to allow oil and gas drilling under state parks and other public lands in Ohio.
The state will run a weekly drawing of $1 million to give to adult residents who have received at least one dose of any COVID-19 vaccine.
El estado realizará un sorteo semanal de $ 1 millón para dar a los residentes adultos que hayan recibido al menos una dosis de cualquier vacuna COVID-19.
Columbus, Ohio, is the fastest-growing city in the country for startup activity.
This Eyewear Startup Was Turned Away by 10 Factories. Two Years Later, Its Frames Will Be in 500 Stores.
Frameri is a Cincinnati-based eyewear company that wants consumers to never throw out their frames.
Like the lawns and landscapes he cares for, Justin Rush can withstand rough patches.
The intrepid Ohio entrepreneur convinced 'Joltin Joe' DiMaggio to stump for Mr. Coffee, even though the legendary centerfielder never touched the stuff it brewed.
Though the two worked in different departments at InfoCision, an Ohio teleservices firm, 'they would come in contact around the building and during events,' a company spokesperson said.
The maker of the world's first flavored lip balm is closing its doors for good, but sweet, sweet Lip Smackers will live on.
CardioInsight found a way to 3D map the heart's electrical activity, but it took a village of funding resources to get there.
How One Idea Went From the Research Lab to the Marketplace -- Raising More than $6 Million in the Process
Researchers can monetize their innovations if they keep this entrepreneur's lessons learned in mind.
Cleveland Whiskey built its credibility before approaching angel investors for money and mentorship.
This pet insurance company looked to a non-profit venture development organization for funding in this series exploring options for startups outside Silicon Valley.
More people are exploring microfarming as a way to become their own boss. A look at two moonlighting gardeners in Cleveland.