A new study released this week gauges the views of Ohio school superintendents on education reform in the state. As Emily McCord reports from Ohio Public Radio member station WYSO, it finds superintendents favor the initiative known as the Common Core.
The World-A-Fair....Food! Dancing! Music! Costumes! Cultural Exhibits! Showcasing the ethnic backgrounds and cultures of Dayton and the greater Miami Valley. Friday, Saturday & Sunday at the Convention Center.
Saturday, join the Walk/Run in support of the Humane Society of Greater Dayton to benefit all of their furry friends. Your on-leash pet is welcome to participate too, in what is sure to be a barking good time.
Some conservative Ohio lawmakers and some faith leaders who generally support conservative causes want to put millions of additional dollars into more preschool for at risk children, something a lot of Democrats have championed in the past, and the push is on at the Ohio Statehouse to get more money for early childhood education.
Officials say drilling in Ohio's Utica shale region nearly doubled the output of oil and natural gas there since 2011.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources announced Thursday that the drilling process known as hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, in the shale region of eastern Ohio increased the oil output by 93 percent and the natural gas output by 80 percent in that time.