Julie (Fisher) Taylor was inspired by seeing some of the Norwalk Reflector’s “coverage on the Miriam House shortfall.”
Catholic Charities officials have met with a state housing representative over funding possibilities.
Congressman says there's “a good argument” for moving and renovating county’s enrichment centers.
The Norwalk Reflector met Wednesday morning with Caroline Bick, U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan’s deputy district director during what was publicized as constituent office hours.
Ohio congressman calls Trump's former personal lawyer "a fraudster, a cheat, a convicted felon and in two months, a federal inmate."
Congress at impasse over whether to fund it.
Congressman asked to soften his partisan stance, pledge to support a 28th Amendment and join the House Bipartisan Campaign Reform Caucus.
MONROEVILLE — Huron County Sheriff Todd Corbin and Lt. Bill Duncan escorted a disgruntled protester out of the Monroeville Athletic Complex during an in-school debate Tuesday.
MONROEVILLE — One of the first questions posed to the Republican and Democratic candidates for the 4th Congressional district was about “locker room talk.”
Jordan spokesman: "We have always debated and will continue that tradition.”
Congressman accused of knowing about sexual abuse as an assistant coach but didn’t do anything about it.
Ohio congressman is first to officially say he will seek the leadership position.
Congressman: “Maybe they’re coming after us so hard because we’re actually getting some things done for the American people.”
Seven former Buckeyes wrestlers have contended that Rep. Jim Jordan knew about Strauss' misconduct and did not report it; other ex-wrestlers and coaches have said the congressman would never have overlooked such a thing.
House Freedom Caucus co-founder tells FoxNews: “No one ever reported any abuse to me."