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Sales in November and December can account for as much as 30 percent of a retailer’s annual sales.
Ohio school districts improved their third-grade reading scores after dedicating more resources to early reading efforts, as required under the state’s new Third-Grade Reading Guarantee.
The Gem City Chorus of Sweet Adelines and the award-winning men’s chorus the Kentucky Vocal Union will present a musical show “Magical Moments: A Cappella Songs from the Heart” on Dec.
The Dayton Mall area’s strengths include easy access to major traffic arteries, a good tax base, and close proximity to developable land in a stable community with a steady population.
Ohio’s health director will allow Cincinnati’s last abortion clinic to continue to perform surgeries there, the agency announced Thursday.
Some motorists seeking repayment from the state of Ohio for pothole damage to their cars are finding the government’s response is about as jarring as the holes they hit in the pavement.
Responding to complaints about testing overload, Ohio lawmakers moved Thursday to limit the number of hours K-12 students can sit for end-of-year state exams to four hours a year per subject with a total maximum of 16 hours.
Sumera Sushi — the first of what its founders envision as a potential chain of fast-casual sushi restaurants — will open Saturday morning, Nov.
Even if a triple Salchow is an impossibility or the mere thought of a sit spin makes you dizzy, ice skating offers fun and fitness for the entire family.
More than 95 percent of affected third-graders met Ohio’s new reading test standards last year, qualifying them to be promoted to fourth grade this year, according to full school district data released Wednesday afternoon by the Ohio Department of Education.
Falling out of the playoffs a year ago made an impression on then-freshman Matt Wilcox, a promising Wayne running back.
Everyone even remotely connected to Knights Nation was looking forward to a rematch against Clinton-Massie.
The Alter High School football team played Clinton Massie on Friday, Nov. 21, 2014.
Division IPlayer of the Year: Lexie Ulrich (Beavercreek).Coach of the Year: Jim Gobrail (Centerville).
Division I Player of the Year: Tristan Lyle (Beavercreek). Coach of the Year: Steve Doring (Vandalia).
Good luck finding, then exploiting any flaws in unbeaten heavyweights Alter (12-0) and Clinton-Massie (12-0).
A high-end opponent isn’t all the remaining area high school football teams are preparing for in this week’s regional finals.
There’s a reason Wayne has looked like a much different high school football team than it did in a Week 10 showdown loss at Centerville; the Warriors were holding back.
TROTWOOD-MADISON (11-1) VS. WAPAKONETA (12-0)What: Division III, Region 10 finalWhen: 7:30 p.m. FridayWhere: Sidney Memorial StadiumHistory: Trotwood defeated Wapak 27-6 in D-II regional semi in 2011.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The 2014 Associated Press Southwest All-District football teams, as selected by a media panel from the district: DIVISION I First Team Offense Ends – D.