JACKSON TWP.: A former city and state official has been named the new executive director of workforce and economic development at Stark State College.
Firestone High School students enrolled in the rigorous International Baccalaureate program have outperformed their global counterparts, again.
JACKSON, MISS.: Acting Veterans Affairs Secretary Sloan Gibson says that veterans’ health care is moving in the right direction in Jackson and nationwide.
Efforts involving the city of Akron, Canton and Wooster and the Summit Developmental Disabilities Board were among economic development projects recognized at the annual Team NEO Economic Development Plus Awards dinner Wednesday.
If you have been following the kind work of the Silent Angels, you know I have made this plea in the past. But because of its importance, it’s worth repeating.
JACKSON, MISS.: Two of the longest-serving members of Congress face primary elections today that could end their political careers.