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Shipshape Announces Technology Donation to Habitat for Humanity-MidOhio to Help Homeowners Save Money and Energy | NationalShipshape Announces Technology Donation to Habitat for Humanity-MidOhio to Help Homeowners Save Money and Energy | National



Shipshape Solutions, Inc. (“Shipshape”) is donating next-generation sump pump monitoring solutions to Habitat for Humanity-MidOhio partner families to give homeowners the resources they need to protect and maintain their homes

Guest Comment: Experts look at the effects of voter intimidation and mail-in voting laws | Reviews | CincinnatiGuest Comment: Experts look at the effects of voter intimidation and mail-in voting laws | Reviews | Cincinnati



Click to enlarge Photo: Cottonbro, Pexels Experts look at what influences an election. With control of Congress and state houses at stake, voters across the country headed to the polls

Ohio’s Top Securities Regulator Supports Restrictions on REIT Investments | Kohrman Jackson & Krantz LLPOhio’s Top Securities Regulator Supports Restrictions on REIT Investments | Kohrman Jackson & Krantz LLP



The North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA), a nongovernmental organization that recommends the adoption of state securities regulations, has released proposed rules that would limit the ability of individuals to

America’s First Native Film Commission Seeks to Challenge Stereotypes – The Hollywood ReporterAmerica’s First Native Film Commission Seeks to Challenge Stereotypes – The Hollywood Reporter



There is a word in Cherokee, Gadugi, which translates (roughly) to “working together”. It’s a guiding principle of the Cherokee Nation, the native community that occupies the 7,000-square-mile reservation in

Research: Rating Action: Moody’s Assigns Aa3 to JobsOhio Beverage System (OH) Revenue Bonds, Series 2022; stable outlookResearch: Rating Action: Moody’s Assigns Aa3 to JobsOhio Beverage System (OH) Revenue Bonds, Series 2022; stable outlook



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Governor Gretchen Whitmer: Proposition 3 abortion rights will help Michigan ‘steal’ jobs from OhioGovernor Gretchen Whitmer: Proposition 3 abortion rights will help Michigan ‘steal’ jobs from Ohio



Dixon, who opposes legal abortion and once hailed a 1931 ban that is currently on hold due to legal challenges, criticized the governor’s comments following their separate Economic Club appearances

How a new ‘Battery Data Genome’ project will use vast amounts of information to build better electric vehiclesHow a new ‘Battery Data Genome’ project will use vast amounts of information to build better electric vehicles



How much does the performance of an electric vehicle’s battery change in hot weather? How about cold? If someone is driving aggressively in an electric vehicle, how does that affect

Forbes selects Ohio to host flagship Under-30 summit through 2025, with Cleveland named first summit cityForbes selects Ohio to host flagship Under-30 summit through 2025, with Cleveland named first summit city



Forbes Under 30 Ohio Forbes Design The world’s best young innovative entrepreneurs will gather in Ohio, the new “Silicon Heartland”, to connect, build and plan for the future CLEVELAND, October

Morning Headlines: Akron City Council Passes Proposed Civilian Police Review Board…and More | NewMorning Headlines: Akron City Council Passes Proposed Civilian Police Review Board…and More | New



Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, September 27: Akron City Council Passes Proposed Civilian Police Review Board With new Moderna booster in short supply, get everything available, doctors say

New York-based Cityblock Health expands into Indiana, plans 140 new jobs – Indianapolis Business JournalNew York-based Cityblock Health expands into Indiana, plans 140 new jobs – Indianapolis Business Journal



Cityblock Health Inc., a New York-based startup focused on providing medical care to low-income patients, plans to expand into Indiana, creating up to 140 jobs in a partnership with health