First State Bank celebrated the 10-year anniversary of their Hillsboro branch with a ribbon cutting from the Highland County Chamber of Commerce on May 31, along with family, friends and members of the community.
Ohio clean energy advocates say a string of solar project denials by state regulators has left renewable energy developers uncertain about the role of public input in permit decisions. Critics claim the Ohio Power Siting Board has been inconsistent and arbitrary in recent months with how it weighs local opposition as it balances the pros and cons of energy projects.
North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum may end speculation Wednesday, June 7 about whether or not he will throw his hat into the 2024 presidential race. The governor is making a "major announcement" in Fargo, which is near his hometown of Arthur, according to an email that links to an event held by "Team Burgum.
During the March criminal trial in Cincinnati, prosecutors put on evidence that even though he was supposed to be regulating FirstEnergy, Sam Randazzo helped draft House Bill 6, the corruptly passed bailout law.
Representative Brad Wenstrup (R-OH) voted for the Fiscal Responsibility Act, legislation that reduces federal deficit spending by $2.1 trillion over the next six years, makes critical reforms to a number of federal programs and regulations, and blocks President Biden from hiring more IRS agents or continuing the pause in student loan repayments.
Highland County commissioners Terry Britton, David Daniels and Brad Roades met with representatives of the Ohio Laborers’ District Council during their Wednesday, May 31 meeting, as the union representatives advocated for recruiting local residents to work on upcoming solar projects in the area.
If you have been in uptown Hillsboro recently, you may have noticed the latest addition in an effort to beautify the historic district, as an idea of the late John “Buck” Wilkin has become a reality thanks to the help of his daughter and other volunteers.
The legacy of traditional country music carries on, as John Paycheck, the gifted son of country music legend Johnny Paycheck, is set to return to his father's hometown of Greenfield, Ohio, during the anticipated Greenfield Music Festival on June 3.
The chairman of the U.S. House Oversight Committee said Tuesday that he is begin proceedings to hold FBI Director Christopher Wray in contempt of Congress for not producing a memo related to the agency's investigation into President Joe Biden. U.S. Rep. James Comer said the FBI's decision to withhold the document is "unacceptable."