[ad_1] Roadblocks at the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, in Gov. Mike DeWine’s office and elsewhere could make it harder to prevent future corruption. EDITOR’S NOTE This article is provided by Eye on Ohio, the nonprofit, nonpartisan Ohio Center for Journalism in partnership with the nonprofit Energy News Network. Please join the free mailing lists for Eye
[ad_1] ‘This service will always be important to people that don’t have access to the information and assistance that they need,’ says Information Orillia operations manager Information Orillia has a new operations manager, Dawn Therrien. The Park Street Collegiate Institute graduate took over the new role back in August after spending 30 years in the Orillia
[ad_1] Question: I want to prioritize my family’s financial habits and start making smarter choices. Do you have any tips or strategies for family finances?  A: The best advice we can give you is to start running your individual and family finances the same way you would a business. Most people don’t regard themselves as
[ad_1] Legislative attorneys believe a Corporation Commission policy intended to restrict campaign contributions by regulated utilities violates the Arizona Constitution, and the lawmaker who requested that opinion is hoping it will persuade the commission to change course for next year’s election. Sen. Rick Gray, R-Sun City, asked Legislative Council to review the commission’s 2019 code
[ad_1] NORTON SHORES, MI – Seven candidates, including three incumbents, are vying for four at-large seats on the Norton Shores City Council in November. The candidates are Crystal L. Andree, Sandy Anton, Allison Lucas and Jamie Sowa and incumbents Michael Hylland, Roger C. Morgenstern and William Moulatsiotis. Incumbent Terry Sladick is not seeking re-election. The