News Aggregator Archive 4 (7/1/12 – 8/21/12)

Cleveland: Trying to Keep United Hub at Hopkins (WKYC)

Ohio Corn Yield Falls 29%, Soy Counts Decline, Tour Shows (Bloomberg)

Ohio “Middle-of-Road” State on Early Voting Rights (Dayton Daily News)

More Development Ahead for Ohio City (Plain Dealer)

Ohio 2nd Most Toxic State, Study Says (Dayton Daily News)

Redraw Cuyahoga County to Erase Deplication and Save Money: Joe Frolik (Plain Dealer)

Betty Sutton and Jim Renacci Fight Confusion and Each Other in Ohio Congressional Race (Plain Dealer)

Everyone Plays Turnout Game: Thomas Suddes (Plain Dealer)

Ohio Election’s Chief Says Voting Should Be Easy (Akron Beacon Journal)

Life in Print After Digital? Local Publishers Think So (Crain’s Cleveland Business)

Three Ohio Universities Establish Statewide Research Collaboration (Crain’s Cleveland Business)

2013 Honda Accord Gets New Engines, Transmissions Built in Ohio (Plain Dealer)

University Circle Film Still Short of Funding (Plain Dealer)

Conservation Fund Offers $14.75 Million to Buy, Preserve Acacia Country Club Land in Lyndhurst (Plain Dealer)

Redistricting Reform Proposal Will be Issue 2 on the Fall Ballot; State Panal Approves Ballot Language (Plain Dealer)

Ohio’s Potential $1B Surplus: What to Do With It? (Marietta Times)

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted Calls For Uniform Early Voting Hours (Plain Dealer)

Presidential Campaigns Spar Over Ohio Election Law (Washington Post)

Overt Discrimination in Ohio (New York Times)

Ohio 13th-Worst in Obesity, But All is Not Lost (Columbus Dispatch)

Ohio Lawmakers Have Eyes on Prize in Fall Campaigns (Toledo Blade)

President Garfield was a Profoundly Good Man Whose Descendants Still Enrich Our Community: Brent Larkin (Plain Dealer)

Ohio Campaign to Overhaul Redistricting Process Will Be Hard Fought (Plain Dealer)

Ohio Allows Voter Changes Online (Toledo Blade)

Ohio Economy Improving, But Residents Can’t Feel It (Washington Post)

Health Care is Key Issue in Ohio’s U.S. Senate Race (Dayton Daily News)



Rockefeller and His Oil Empire (Inside Business)


The Truth About Bridge Tolls (Cincinnati Enquirer)


If You Like Lincoln’s Ribfest, You’ve Got Cleveland to Thank For It (Lincoln Nebraska Journal Star)


Avenue District Tower Sale Closes Paving Way For 56 Downstown Cleveland Condos to be Rented (Plain Dealer)


In Ohio, Swing State Politics Have Real-Life Impact (CNN)


Rep. Steve LaTourette Announces His Retirement from Congress (Plain Dealer)


Rep. Steve LaTourette Announces He Will Not Run for Re-Election (


Ohio 14th District History and Map (Wikipedia)


Fate of Print Schedule at Plain Dealer a Hot Topic (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Second Phase of Ohio Oil Development Begins (Canton Repository)


Will Ohio Count Your Vote? (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Term Limits Do Little to Oust Ohio Lawmakers (Toledo Blade)


The Case Against Legislative Term Limits: Thomas Suddes (Plain Dealer)


Randy Lerner Close to Selling Controlling Interest in Cleveland Browns to Jimmy Haslam III (Plain Dealer)


Google to Offer Kansas City Ultra-Fast Internet for $70 Per Month (Plain Dealer)


Can Local Food Carry the West Side Market into the Next Century? (Cleveland Scene)


FirstEnergy Looking into Building Small Nuclear Reactor (Plain Dealer)


Goodyear Tests Tires Made With Soybean Oil (Akron Beacon Journal)


Cleveland Clinic, Ohio State to Work Jointly to Commercialize Medical Technologies (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


OSU, Cleveland Clinic Form Technology Partnership (Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio Board of Regents Considers Policy Against All Tobacco on Campuses (Akron Beacon Journal)


Ohio Carpet-Bombed With Campaign Ads (Politico)


Port of Cleveland’s Soon-to-Be Requested Tax Levy Could Help Transform Our Waterfronts: Steve Litt (Plain Dealer)


Area Drought Likely to Rank Among Worst (Toledo Blade)


Fewer American Teens Getting Their Driver’s Licenses, University of Michigan Study Finds (Detroit Fr Press)


Unemployment in Ohio Drops to Lowest Rate Since 2008 (Columbus Dispatch)


Northeast Ohio, Statewide Home Sales Continue to Climb, and Prices Show Some Growth (Plain Dealer)


By the Numbers: Why Ohio Matters (CNN)


Cuyahoga County Office Search, Building Sales Could Reshape Parts of Downtown Cleveland (Plain Dealer)

Redistricting Petition is More Than 130,000 Signatures Short (Columbus Dispatch)

William A. Silverman Was a Leading Publicist; Promoter of Cleveland NOW (Plain Dealer)

Beachwood Set to Sign Cuyahoga County Anti-Poaching Agreement (Sun News)

Cuyahoga County and Ohio Should Err on the Side of Voting Ease: Joe Frolik (Plain Dealer)

New State Law: Third Graders Must Read to Pass (Marion Star)

Trend: Small Hospitals Shutting Down Maternity Units, Even in Ohio (Chilicothe Gazette)

Ohio Medicaid Expansion Uncertainty Raises Questions For MetroHealth, Cleveland Clinic, Others (Plain Dealer)

Thanks to Hospitals’ Heavy Presence, Obamacare Here to Stay – Tom Suddes (Columbus Dispatch)

Governors Face Hard Choices Over Medicaid Expansion (New York Times)

BP CEO Say the Energy Giant is Returning to Northeast Ohio, Lured by Shale Gas (Plain Dealer)

Low Safety Ratings Worry Toledo Area Hospitals (Toledo Blade)

Kings Island, Cedar Point the Nation’s Most Popular Seasonal Amusement Parks, New Numbers Show (Detroit Fr. Press)

Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority Lays Plans for Big Levy Increase (Crain’s Cleveland Business)

Cleveland is Second Largest TV Market for Political Ads This Year, Analysis Says (Plain Dealer)

Ohio Ranks 40th in Recovering Jobs Lost During Recession (Plain Dealer)

In Ohio, Presidential Election Won’t be Swayed by Wedge Issues (Los Angeles Times)

Ohio Takes Tough Health Care Law Stance (Toledo Blade)