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Tourism contributed $38billion to the state's economy in 2010, about 7percent more than the year before, according to estimates by the Ohio Department of Development's Division of Tourism. During the same period, tourist visits to and within the
Q&A Columbus' Angie sees her list growing ever longer Sunday, July 10, 2011 03:10 AM ONN-TV Angie Hicks, co-founder of Angie's List Angie Hicks, co-founder of Angie's List Not since Wendy's began serving up square hamburger patties more than four
House of Representatives voted for deep cuts in food aid at home and abroad. The House's proposal would chop $868 million from an emergency food program for needy mothers, infants and children. Advocacy groups say the measure would deprive 325,000
Last month, more than 1,000 people lined up in a cold drizzle to apply for work at the new operation, which will begin assembling portable heaters this summer in a 200,000-square-foot building in North Canton, Ohio, that formerly served as a Hoover
Jack Fisher The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation is busy planting. Rain or shine, the 92-year-old organization is sowing seeds that it hopes will yield goodwill toward its membership a particularly valuable commodity in this era of rising food costs.
Moser, vice president and dean of agriculture administration at Ohio State Long gone are the days when "agricultural research" meant picking up the latest edition of The Old Farmer's Almanac . Now, agricultural research is every bit as cutting-edge
A lot of Ohio farmers and grocery shoppers are starting to wonder. Last month, the Columbus area received about 7.12inches of rain more than 2½ times the normal amount for the period. Cleveland and Cincinnati, meanwhile, both set rainfall records. As
Heil, Ohio Aerospace Institute president and CEO Eighty-four years after Charles Lindbergh landed there, ending a 33-hour, 3,600-mile flight across the Atlantic, Americans are preparing once again to flock to Paris' Le Bourget airport. These
The budget-cutting vote was a blow to Ohio-based GE Aviation, a key player in the engine's development. The General Electric subsidiary says the engine-development program supports 1,000 jobs at its headquarters in Evendale, a suburb of Cincinnati...
Economists polled by the Associated Press predict that employers will hire more workers this year and that the economy will grow a good deal faster than envisioned just three months ago. Unemployment, however, will remain in the 9percent range