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The Whiteleather family lost three barns and dozens of calves to a July 15 fire, but they are carrying on farming, with the help of hundreds of friends and neighbors.

Despite rapid increase in demand for broadband in the U.S. over the last few years, about 1.4 million Ohioans still lack access to reliable high-speed internet, according to a recent policy brief by Ohio State University’s C. William Swank Program in Rural-Urban Policy.

At the 10th annual Appalachian Ohio State of the Region conference May 10, speakers discussed investments and opportunities in Ohio’s Appalachian region, including in broadband and tourism.

Jim Hawk had two requests for when he died. He wanted a wake in the family home in East Rochester, Ohio. And he wanted one final ride in an old car.

Julie Geiss and her daughter explore parts of Athens County and check out the first spring blossoms in their latest day trip.

The birding boardwalk at Magee Marsh Wildlife Area will re-open April 15 after repairs were made following damage from a storm.

The Ohio Power Siting Board denied separate applications for rehearing regarding the board’s decision to deny an application filed by Republic Wind to construct a 200 MW wind-powered electric generating facility in Seneca and Sandusky County. 

If Ohio House Bill 365 were to pass, Ohio would join a handful of other states that have set limits on PFAS in drinking water.

There’s a very special place along the MetroParks bikeway in Canfield, Ohio — The Walnut Grove — Field of Opportunity.

Forty Ohio livestock and poultry producers will receive grants totaling $10 million to help expand capacity and meet demand for meat processing services.