NIH-Funded Study Sheds Light on Abnormal Neural Function in Rare Genetic Disorder

Findings show deficits in the electrical activity of cortical cells; possible targets for treatment for 22q11.2 deletion syndrome.

A genetic study has identified neuronal abnormalities in the electrical activity of cortical cells derived from people with a rare genetic disorder called 22q11.2 deletion syndrome.… Read full story

Attorney General Dave Yost’s Statement on General Motor’s Repayment of Financial Incentives

(COLUMBUS, Ohio) — Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost issued the following statement regarding General Motor’s repayment of financial incentives:

“It’s good news to hear that GM will repay the financial incentives it was offered. Thanks to Governor DeWine and his team for staying on top of this business relationship and holding them accountable.

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Two Positions Available at Centerburg Public Library

We are #hiring! The Centerburg Public Library is looking to fill TWO positions! We are in need of a Library Clerk and a Maintenance/Janitorial person. Check out the details below and apply online at

Library Clerk Position:
– 10-20 Hours/Week
– Starting Pay $10.00/Hour
– Flexible Scheduling
– Minimum age of 18
– Ability to follow both written and oral directions
– Excellent computer and communication skills
– Dependable, self-motivated and willing to be a dedicated team member
– Able to work quickly and accurately
– Excellent customer service skills
-Ability and willingness to take on additional responsibilities such as assisting with programming, assisting with materials processing, designing and setting up displays/bulletin boards and any other task assigned by Director or Assistant Director
-Ability to lift 25lbs and frequently bend, stoop and stand for long periods of time
*Prior library experience is preferred but not required

Maintenance Position:
– 3-4 Hours/Week
– Able to lift heavy objects (25lb or more)
– Shovel snow and keep sidewalks clear in winter
– climb ladders to change bulbs, etc.
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Agents Cite Six Liquor Permit Premises for Violating Health Orders

(Columbus) – Agents from the Ohio Investigative Unit (OIU) cited six establishments Thursday after receiving complaints of blatant violations of orders in place to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.

Agents visited the following liquor-permitted establishments and issued citations after witnessing the violations:

Chalet LLC.,Read full story