The Ohio Development Services Agency has awarded millions of dollars in Historic Preservation Tax Credits for several projects around the state.
The increased publicity of a green energy jobs report paid for by the state has sparked an argument over how forward the Kasich administration was in revealing its findings.
State officials are extending a deadline for a heating assistance program that's available to those threatened with disconnection or whose service has been disconnected.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says 55 percent of companies that got state tax breaks in 2012 met requirements to retain and create jobs.
A Toledo Blade investigation into whether taxpayer funding creates jobs in Ohio shows state documents inflating the number of jobs created by more than 11 thousand.
The HEAP Summer Crisis Program is now underway in Ohio, helping low-income residents who have a family member over the age of 60 in their home or who have a documented medical condition pay their electricity bills.
The head of the Ohio Department of Commerce will soon become the head of the state's Development Services Agency.