Jadyn Erin Larky, an 11-year-old girl from the Columbus, Ohio suburb of Bexley, had only just begun her summer at Camp Livingston, one of the country’s oldest active Jewish summer camps. The camp is located in a densely forested area near the Ohio River in southeastern Indiana, and has a beautiful lake on its property.
Asked if he could testify before an Ohio Senate committee about Jewish views on abortion, Eric Woodward said yes — and immediately turned to the Yeshivat Hadar listserv.
A professor at Kent State University with a history of anti-Israel activity is under FBI investigation for ties to the Islamic State.
Eight of nine people killed in an Ohio plane crash have been identified, seven from one south Florida company.
Ohio lawmakers plan to push for legislation that opposes the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions, or BDS, movement against Israel.
Josh Mandel, the Jewish Ohio treasurer who ran for the U.S. Senate in 2012, will not return a campaign donation from a white supremacist.
Charges against four Jewish Ohio University students for disrupting a student senate meeting with a protest against divestment reportedly have been dropped.
Meet the Freuds of Cleveland: Anny Katan was a trailblazer in child psychology, and one of Anna Freud’s close colleagues.
Did you know that the Buckeye State was home to an iconic Jewish bathhouse — or that whale-fishing is illegal there? Here are 12 other (sort of) Jewish facts about Ohio.
An Ohio rabbi charged with sexually abusing a Maryland girl was ordered held on $500,000 bail and to turn in his passport, officials in Baltimore said on Thursday.