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The Ohio Swiss Cheese Association dissolved after several years of waning membership and interest, but the industry has a strong past and future in Ohio.

Julie Geiss and her family made it home safely after their trip through Paw Paw, West Virginia, with a new goal of finding and eating pawpaws.

Discover how the glaciers that once covered two-thirds of Ohio created habitats for both humans and wildlife and how that's still evident today.

The $6.6 million collected from ratepayers was part of more than $24 million in payments identified by FirstEnergy as “improperly classified, misallocated or lacked supporting documentation” in a report to the SEC. A dozen of those payments were to Tony George, a Cleveland businessman; two went to Sam Randazzo, former PUCO chief who resigned last fall after the FBI raided his home in connection with the FirstEnergy/House Bill 6 investigation.

Attorneys for the Bailey family filed two lawsuits July 12 to force the Ohio Department of Agriculture to defend its land from the pipeline and to stop Columbia Gas of Ohio from moving forward with eminent domain proceedings.

Attorneys for Mike and Barb Cameron asked for the suit, filed by Mill Creek MetroParks, to be dismissed on July 6, citing language in the budget bill that would prevent a park district from taking land for a recreational trail.

Neal and Barbara Caldwell received their bicentennial farm certification, honoring over 200 years their family has been part of Ohio's farming community.

To kick off National Pollinator Week, and to celebrate Salem becoming a national bee city through Bee City USA, the city’s parks and recreation department and local Ohio State University Extension master gardeners held an open house at a new pollinator garden June 21.

The Ohio Attorney General filed for a temporary restraining order against the owner of Clermont County dairy farm after a massive manure leak polluted a nearby stream.

Solar panel manufacturer First Solar announced plans June 9 to build a third facility in northwest Ohio. The $680 million investment will double the company’s U.S. manufacturing capacity and create about 500 jobs.