The state takes its name from the Ohio River. The name originated from the Iroquois word ohi-yo’, meaning "great river" or "large creek." Partitioned from the Northwest Territory, the state was admitted to the Union as the 17th state (and the first under the Northwest Ordinance) on March 1, 1803. Ohio is historically known as the "Buckeye State" (relating to the Ohio buckeye tree, and Ohioans are also known as "Buckeyes."
In July 2012, Stalley announced he had begun recording his debut album, saying: "We're workin' on an album right now. I'm in the studio. I just got in there about a week ago, so it's a whole big process. Right now, I'm thinking maybe top of the year would be the album. I definitely just take [Rick Ross and Wale's] energy, and I definitely watch their energy and watch how they do things. I'm very observant of how they set up their albums and set up their singles and things like that, being that it's all new to me. That's great company to keep and great people to watch."
On August 22, 2014, he announced the album would be titled Ohio in a vlog, saying: "The sound of my current music is intelligent truck music. It’s a sound that’s built for the cars. But you can also enjoy it in your headphones, your computer or however you want to listen to it. Me, growing up, I rode around listening to music. It was kind of like the soundtrack my days or wherever I was going."
The third constitutional challenge to Ohio’s new legislative maps was filed at the Ohio Supreme Court on Monday ... senator for Ohio has to fight for Ohioans. Rob Portman negotiated a slimmed-down, very targeted infrastructure bill that will dramatically help Ohio’s economy, and I’m the only one that supported it.
Seven of the Dayton region’s 27 members of Congress and the Ohio Legislature responded to this newspaper’s questions about growing calls for reforms, including additional funding, to resolve the child care crisis and expand preschool options ...Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio ... Rob Portman, R-Ohio, oppose Biden’s proposal.
Pennsylvania drivers who cross onto the OhioTurnpike notice at significant difference other than the flat terrain ... The Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission has funded 13 state transportation projects with $1.38 billion in toll revenue bonds generated in 2013 and 2018.
As Congress negotiates an infrastructure bill, there is opportunity to invest in infrastructure projects and job creation for Ohio’s urban and rural communities ...The NationalWildlifeFederation and its affiliate, the Ohio Conservation Federation, fully support the inclusion of Casey’s legislation into a final infrastructure plan for the country.
At the event, local business owners heard about the supply chain issues facing the manufacturing and logistics industries, as well as why Ohio could be better positioned for a comeback compared to other states across the country ... “The state of Ohio has a very strong logistics infrastructure,” he said.
Springfield has been awarded $6 million from the U.S ... It is expected to be used by both the Air Force and private industry ... The airport in Springfield was awarded a $226,000 grant earlier this year from JobsOhio’s OhioSiteInventoryProgram (OSIP) for infrastructure work to support charging stations and flight simulators for “flying car” technology.
The bipartisan infrastructure package directs dollars to improve water quality not just locally but across the state, ... I urge all members of Ohio’s House congressional delegation to support passage of the bipartisan infrastructure bill and invest in our communities and our future.
Rob Portman next year need look no farther than how the leading contenders reacted to the CincinnatiRepublican’s bipartisan infrastructure compromise that could steer billions to Ohio... their unreasoning opposition to a bipartisan infrastructure deal that Ohio so clearly needs.
ReImagine Appalachia supports the resident’s American JobsPlan and the Senate-passed infrastructure bill. At the same time, the coalition wants to ensure that Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Kentucky get their fair share of the resources proposed in them, and that those resources will create jobs with good wages and benefits.