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State Tipoffs Involving Ohio Newsletter for Wednesday May 31, 2023 ( 9 items )  

Chris Boynton Named Battelle Chief Financial Officer
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 31 (TNSper) -- Battelle, a nonprofit research and development organization, issued the following news release: Battelle President and CEO Lou Von Thaer recently announced the appointment of Chris Boynton as Battelle's next Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer following an extensive, nationwide search. Boynton joins Battelle after working 20 years at Raytheon Technologies (RTX) where he served as CFO of the company's $15 billion Missiles and Defense business,  more

Cochise County Releases Survey to Assist With Targeting of Opioid Settlement Funds
BISBEE, Arizona, May 31 (TNSres) -- Cochise County Board of Supervisors issued the following news: In 2018, following the advice of the Cochise County Attorney Brian McIntyre, the Cochise County Board of Supervisors filed a lawsuit in the District Court of Arizona against the country's largest manufacturers and distributors of prescription opioids. That lawsuit was joined with hundreds of similar cases across the country that were consolidated into multi-district litigation in the Northern Dist  more

College of Wooster: Christa Craven's Book Selected as an Essential Resource on Reproductive Rights
WOOSTER, Ohio, May 31 (TNSbook) -- The College of Wooster issued the following news on May 30, 2023: Reproductive Losses: Challenges to LGBTQ Families, a book by Christa Craven, professor of women's, gender, and sexuality studies and anthropology at The College of Wooster, was recently included in an article on called "30 books that put the long and complicated history of reproductive rights into sharp focus" by Emily Hutchinson. "Initially, I wrote this book to be a resource for LGB  more

Ohio A.G. Yost: Judge Fines Bad Home-Improvement Contractor for 71 Violations of Ohio Consumer Laws
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 31 -- Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost issued the following news release on May 30, 2023: A Cuyahoga County Common Pleas judge has ordered a northeast Ohio home-improvement contractor who broke Ohio's consumer protection laws at least 71 times to pay $625,873 in restitution to 19 consumers he defrauded, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced today. But Judge Michael Russo dropped the hammer even harder on Neil Wolfe and his business, Neil Construction, when he also ordere  more

Taft: Larsen Appointed to Board of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northeast Ohio
MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota, May 31 (TNSper) -- Taft, a law firm, issued the following news: Taft Cleveland partner Lynn Rowe Larsen has been appointed as a board member to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northeast Ohio. The organization is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors with representation from hospital partners, McDonald's owner/operators, and stakeholders from throughout Northeast Ohio. Ronald McDonald House programs in Cleveland and Akron give families a welcoming place to stay   more

Teacher Workshop Held at University of Findlay Thanks to Grant Funding
FINDLAY, Ohio, May 31 (TNSfund) -- The University of Findlay issued the following news release on May 30, 2023: University of Findlay was selected in 2022 as a recipient of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Ohio Environmental Educational Fund (OEEF) Grant. UF was awarded $37,684 to inform and educate teachers about the benefits of agriculture, sustainability, renewable resources, and agricultural business. On Friday, May 26, teachers from surrounding schools attended a no-cost work  more

CRESTVIEW HILLS, Kentucky, May 31 (TNSper) -- Thomas More University issued the following news release: Thomas More University and the Ohio River Biology Field Station welcome Molly Williams as the first-ever, full-time Field Station manager. Williams will oversee laboratory research and STEM outreach programs. "The Biology Field Station provides crucial research on the Ohio River, giving our students valuable, applied opportunities, protecting the ecosystem, and ensuring public safety for our   more

University of Findlay Health Expert: Healthy Living During Summer Break
FINDLAY, Ohio, May 31 (TNSres) -- The University of Findlay issued the following news release: Summer break is a time for kids to relax, reset, and be a kid. However, healthy food choices, sleeping habits, and exercise should not fall by the wayside. University of Findlay assistant professor of teaching in the physician assistant program, Amy Phillips, DMSc. provides advice to kids and parents during the summer months. When it comes to healthy food habits and eating, Phillips encourages kids t  more

Western & Southern Life Names Counts Agency Manager
CINCINNATI, Ohio, May 31 (TNSper) -- The Western and Southern Financial Group, a life insurance company, issued the following news release: William E. "Joe" Counts, IV, CLF has been named agency manager at The Western and Southern Life Insurance Company to lead business development and operations for the company's Greensboro Agency. As agency manager, Counts is responsible for driving profitable sales growth and training, coaching, and developing current and future sales associates in the regi  more