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Need tips on holiday spending?

Of course we all know the day after Thanksgiving is known as “Black Friday” which traditionally kicks off holiday season spending. Ya know, the truth is we have been bombarded with advertising already that ignites spending.  And that means despite supply chain shortfalls, there remains plenty of opportunity to build a financial mess for ourselves […]

Citing ‘Unsustainable’ Financial Inequity, HBCU Leaders Urge Senate Passage Of The Build Back Better Act

Sixty-five HBCU presidents and chancellors wrote a joint letter to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell asking for their support in passing the Build Back Better legislation. Citing historic investments in HBCUs and other institutions serving students of color, the group warned of the "unsustainable" trend in increasing financial inequity.

OHSAA releases schedule for high school football state championships

  According to NBC4i, The Ohio High School Athletic Association has released the schedule for this week’s football state championships, set to begin Thursday night. All games will be played at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton. Division II State Championship – Thursday, Dec. 2, 7 p.m. Cincinnati Winton Woods (12-3) vs. No. […]

City: No plans to rescind Columbus’ indoor face mask mandate

According to NBC4i, as health officials across the world monitor the spread of the COVID-19 omicron variant, the mask ordinance in the city of Columbus remains in place. The ordinance, which was passed by Columbus City Council in September, requires that individuals ages 3 and older wear masks or facial coverings in indoor public places, […]