WILBERFORCE — Presidents from Central State University, Hocking College, Edison State Community College, and Stark State College signed a historic Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will further advance the mission of Central State University Extension to implement extension outreach and research-based programs in each college’s community.
TROY — The Miami County Board of Developmental Disabilities, also known as Riverside, honored two outgoing board members at its most recent meeting, which was held via Zoom due to the coronavirus pandemic.
PLEASANT HILL — Amanda Via of Pleasant Hill was recently appointed by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine to serve on the Ohio Developmental Disabilities Council for a term beginning Jan. 1, 2021 and ending Dec. 31, 2023.
COVINGTON — Marias Technology, a provider of software testing and implementation services to the insurance industry, has been accepted into the AM Best Expert Resource Directory. Marias is the first company to be listed under the new category, Insurance Technology Services.
If you plan to sell your home, take time to do your “home” work first. Before the first buyer ever sees your home, it is critical that you carry out two tasks that could result in an immediate sale at a good price.
You’re ready to list, but are you ready to sell? Let’s say that on the first day your home is for sale, your agent shows it to prospective buyers. They love it, and sign a purchase offer of the spot. You were asking $143,000, and they offer $139,900. Because they are relocating, they need an answer right away, by 6:00 PM. What do you say?
Remember when you were little, and made excuses for not making your bed, washing the dishes, or carrying out the trash? If you’re planning to sell your home soon, those same excuses can be costly.
TROY — Double lung transplant recipient Gene Monnin says participating in a pulmonary rehabilitation program saved his life – more than once – by strengthening him for surgery and the subsequent journey to recovery.
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DAYTON — Premier Health is offering a new antibody therapy for those who have tested positive for COVID-19 and are at high risk for severe illness but who currently are experiencing mild to moderate symptoms.