Manufacturing demand is strong, particularly for automotive, agriculture and construction equipment.
The University of Toledo cites itself as the second largest northwest Ohio employer.
Auditor expects $3.7 million carry-over; commissioners likely to have $20,000 more than last year’s final budget.
Area districts to receive about $625,000 this year; here are the district-by-district August payouts
Auditor: “We still are over budget by more than $1 million.”
During same span, Norwalk has seen a reduction of about $2.1 million and Norwalk Twp. $64,907.
As union membership declines, so do nonunion wages.
Hillary Clinton proposes expanding some benefits while Donald Trump says he would not cut the program.
State lawmaker confident businesses once again will reward employees who have a good work ethic and are productive.
40 million Americans on food assistance
House Bill 492 would leverage $1 billion from rainy-day fund to fix state’s crumbling infrastructure.
U.S. economy creates a solid 215,000 jobs in March
January report and annual revisions underscore slow-growth trend.