List of cities and police killings
13 June 2020

With the recent killings of Black citizens by police that made national and international headlines, Columbus’ troubling history on this topic has resurfaced. A graphic that originally circulated via social media four years ago after...

08 June 2020

A new analysis from the Ohio Immigrant Alliance shows that during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Morrow County Correctional...

Police on bikes
29 May 2020

Joe Motil, a former City Council candidate and outspoken critic of the Columbus Police Department states that, “  It really should  come as no surprise that Black America and others who have lost all faith and hope with how police...

Bird's eye view of long flat buildings
28 May 2020

As Wendy’s greenhouse defense crumbles, allies look to hold company accountable at tomorrow’s annual shareholder meeting…

Rabbi Rachel Kahn-Troster to Wendy’s: “Given the life-or-death stakes of unsafe working conditions under...

Words: Reducing payroll with Shared Work Ohio and figures of people
20 May 2020

A growing number of Ohio employers have discovered a tool to scale back operations while avoiding layoffs: Worksharing. Ohio’s shared work program allows employers to reduce employee hours by up to half. Workers then receive...

Yard sign saying Kroger is hiring people at $10 and $11 dollars an hour
14 May 2020

Tough times call for tough headlines. We at the Free Press can oblige and rightfully so. 

Kroger is the nation’s largest supermarket chain, and arguably Central Ohio’s most popular grocery store. ...

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