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Grant funds awarded to help educators earn credentials to teach College Credit Plus Courses

High school teachers across Ohio will be able to obtain the qualifications needed to teach college courses in high school thanks to $10 million in grant funding allocated by the Ohio General Assembly as part of the Straight A Fund. The new grants, made jointly by the Ohio Department of Education and Ohio Department of [ Read More ]

Husted reminds Ohioans that every vote matters

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted today announced that 23 local races and issues were decided by a single vote or tied during the 2015 General Election on November 3, 2015. A total of 98 Ohio races have tied or been decided by a one-vote margin since the General Election in 2013. “This shows, once [ Read More ]

Grant to support Clermont organization’s efforts to increase monarch butterfly habitat

An interactive exhibit and support of a speaker’s bureau will help the Cincinnati Nature Center get out the message: Bring Back the Monarchs! The group is supporting Monarch Joint Venture, a national organization that along with others of its kind is helping identify best practices to support monarch butterfly habitat. Monarchs depend on red milkweed [ Read More ]

GCB VP Steve Goldsberry recognized for lifelong commitment to addictions recovery

Steve Goldsberry, Vice President of Addiction Services for Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB), received the TOMKO Lifetime Achievement Award by the Southwest Ohio Rehabilitation Association (SWORA) on Friday, Dec. 4 at its annual awards luncheon held at the DiStasi Banquet Center in Wyoming, Ohio. The luncheon is held to recognize the contributions of human [ Read More ]

The Bookworm Sez
Introverted business newbies will learn a lot from this book

Sometimes, you’d just like to run home. It’s quieter there. No noise, no crowds, no networking or small talk. You’re a private person in a world seemingly filled with extroverts – which makes things difficult when you’re trying to start a business. So how can you work around your need for solitude while you also [ Read More ]

Portman provision will promote recovery for communities

On Dec. 9, U.S. Senator Rob Portman (R-Ohio) announced that his amendment to provide recovery support services for students in schools and communities working to overcome drug addiction passed the Senate and is headed to the President for signature. Portman’s amendment, which he authored with U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D- R.I.), will expand drug and [ Read More ]

Mercy Mobile mammography vans announce January schedule

Schedule your annual mammogram today! It’s easy with Mercy Health – Cincinnati’s Mobile Mammography program, which has three mobile units offering you screening mammograms in 15 minutes at locations convenient to your home or workplace. Since January 2013, Mercy Health Mobile Mammography’s newest mobile unit has offered 3D imaging known as breast tomosynthesis that can [ Read More ]

SBDC welcomes new director

The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) program is a vital resource to Ohio’s small businesses and an indispensable partner in America’s economic development initiatives.  SBDC’s engage in outreach activities designed to link programs and services to reach deep into the entrepreneurial communities and to collaborate with wideset cross-section of economic development players.  SBDC’s work hard to [ Read More ]

Greater Cincinnati Domino’s to hire 225 new team members

Domino’s is looking to hire 225 new employees across 57 franchise-owned stores in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky areas! All of the new positions offered are for delivery drivers and assistant managers. “We are very excited to offer additional jobs throughout Greater Cincinnati,” said John Glass, local Domino’s franchise owner. “The growth of the community [ Read More ]

Project MORE in its fifth year

Reading is the basis for success in school and future careers.  Like many schools throughout Ohio, the staff at Marr/Cook Elementary in Goshen, is working diligently to develop proficient readers. Marr/Cook began Project MORE, a reading intervention program, five years ago as a pilot with just 8 students and a handful of volunteers.  Over the [ Read More ]

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