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    COLUMBUS, Ohio—Since 2010, job growth in Ohio’s rural areas has been strong, nearly comparable to the growth in the state’s major cities, according to an economist at The Ohio State University....

  2. Dead ash trees fell near a trail at the Glen Helen Nature Preserve in Yellow Springs, Oh. (Photo: CFAES)

    COLUMBUS, Ohio—Ash trees, some dead for years, are increasingly falling in Ohio, spurred by fungi feeding off of what the emerald ash borer has left behind. First seen in Ohio in 2003, the emerald...

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    COLUMBUS, Ohio—Even with higher rates of poverty in Ohio’s major cities, urban school districts are outperforming rural districts, a recent study by The Ohio State University shows. Rural schools,...

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