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."
OhioEPA will finance about $91.6 million for improvements to sewers and water in several Northeast Ohio communities ... “Reliable water infrastructure is critical to the quality of life for Ohio residents and for economic development, which is why my administration has put a great deal of focus on helping communities with their water needs,” Gov.
The $11.8 million incentive is likely the largest financial contribution ever committed to help convince an airline to fly from an airport in Ohio...Terry Slaybaugh, vice president of sites and infrastructure for JobsOhio, said the program has helped to add 18 new domestic destinations in Ohio, totaling 250,000 additional airline seats.
CLEVELAND, Ohio-- Forbes, the popular American business magazine, announced Wednesday that it will host its annual Under 30 Summit in Ohio through 2025 ... Ohio was chosen because it was “at the forefront of America’s Renaissance of technology, infrastructure, and industrial manufacturing.”.
Ohio is on its way to spendingroughly $560 million in COVID-19 rental assistance money, but has been slow in putting that money into the hands of renters. The deadline for Ohio to use up its portion of the money passed last Friday ...Treasury official confirmed that Ohio is on its way to spending its allocation as soon as the end of March.
Like most states around the country, Ohio has posted a “Help Wanted” sign on its door ... And the labor shortage is no more acutely felt than on Ohio construction sites as contractors clamor for skilled labor, journeymen, and apprentices willing to grab a hammer and lend a hand ... More.Pandemic continues to take toll on Ohio construction industry.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio, Sept ... This pilot is unique in that it is the first AV pilot announced in Northeast Ohio. The AV shuttle has vehicle-to-infrastructure technology (V2I) that can be used in the future to connect with traffic signals, signs, and other road items.
The leaks raised concerns on Tuesday across Europe about potential sabotage on these critical pieces of infrastructure, Reuters reported. ...States get funding for infrastructure networks, Hertz and BP partner on charging and Ford expands Ohio production plant.