Nov. 30, 2016 – High Point, NC, Ultimate Body–Tox is voluntarily recalling all lots of Ultimate Body Tox PRO capsules to the consumer level. FDA analyses of this product found it to contain undeclared sibutramine. Sibutramine is a controlled substance that was removed from the U.S.… Read full story
The Ohio State Highway Patrol auxiliary officers, trooper and dispatchers in an off- duty/volunteer status, and Meijer will be participating in a partnership to provide less fortunate children the opportunity to receive and give a gift to loved ones during the holiday season.… Read full story
PUCO highlights ideas to stay safe and keep energy bills manageable during the holidays
COLUMBUS, OHIO (Dec. 1, 2016) – This time of year, many Ohio families begin putting up decorations to celebrate the holidays. Decorations help make the season bright, but can also create safety hazards.… Read full story
(AKRON, Ohio)—Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced today that a former Ohio police officer must repay thousands of dollars that he stole from the Richfield Police Department’s “Shop With a Cop” program.
During a sentencing hearing this morning, Summit County Common Pleas Judge Alison McCarty sentenced former Richfield Police Officer Michael Simmons, 42, of Stow, to repay $15,000 that he stole from the program.… Read full story
Senior Amber Riley (left) is pictured with Knox County Kiwanis Club member Vicki Carney (right) as she receives the Fall FHS Good Citizen Award at a recent Kiwanis luncheon. Amber is famous for her caring attitude, school spirit, and positive energy and this award aims to recognize students who give back.
The FFA is having a gift drive at the elementary to benefit the House of New Hope, an adoption and foster care center. They will be accepting new or gently used toys, clothes, and books. The drive will run from December 1st through December 15th.… Read full story