More than 1,100 students from 28 schools across Adena Health’s nine-county service area will be provided with something new to be thankful for during this Thanksgiving week, courtesy of the health system’s annual Coats for Kids program.
Objective Reality Games LLC in Chillicothe has announced plans to expand the application of its augmented reality software for industrial applications and training programs through Objective Reality VR.
National Grid Renewables announced the start of onsite construction at neighboring projects in southern Ohio Thursday. Once operational, the Ross County Solar Project (Ross) and the Fayette Solar Project (Fayette) will deliver a combined 167.5 megawatts (MW) of clean solar power.
Courses that train students to pilot drones and produce audio for music and media, a 3D printer club and a student film festival are among the dozens of programs featured at this year’s Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA) Student Achievement Fair.
With more than 400 in attendance from law enforcement agencies statewide, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost highlighted the expansion of resources and agency collaboration at the office’s 2023 Law Enforcement Conference.
Ohio EPA Director Anne M. Vogel is celebrating 48 businesses and organizations that are going above and beyond to protect Ohio’s environment and continue to show their commitment to environmental stewardship.
Highland County commissioners Terry Britton, David Daniels and Brad Roades held a work session with Highland County economic development director Julie Bolender during their Wednesday, Sept. 20 meeting, encouraging her to look into ways the county can support a new workforce development proposal.
In a brief meeting Wednesday, Sept. 6, Highland County commissioners Terry Britton, David Daniels and Brad Roades discussed a new workforce development proposal and took care of routine county business.
On Tuesday, Aug. 15 shortly before 7 a.m., the Ross County Sheriff’s Office, in conjunction with the U.S. 23 Major Crimes Task Force, executed a search warrant on Liberty Hill Road outside of Chillicothe
Local governments, businesses and nonprofit organizations throughout southeast Ohio are receiving more than $177,000 this year in grants from Ohio EPA to implement recycling, litter prevention, market development and scrap tire recycling programs.
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost’s Drug Dropoff Day, held this past Saturday at two sites in Ross County, was a resounding success, resulting in the collection and proper disposal of 262 pounds of unused or expired prescription medications.