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2014 CSA farm directory for Greater Cleveland and Northeast Ohio
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Find out where you can order farm-fresh vegetables, fruit, meat, honey and eggs on a regular basis from dozens of farms throughout Greater Cleveland and Northeast Ohio. Below is our 2014 Northeast Ohio Community Supported …
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Sierra Club accuses LG&E of 'almost daily' dumping pollution into Ohio River
Citing a year's worth of remote-camera photos, the Sierra Club alleged Monday that LG&E has dumped polluted water into the Ohio River "almost daily" from a coal-burning waste pond at its Mill Creek power plant, violating a permit that allows only …
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Michigan recovers to bounce Ohio State in Big Ten semis
After blowing a 12-point second half lead against its most bitter rival, Michigan went on a game-ending 7-1 run and survived a potential tying 3-pointer in the closing seconds for its first tourney win over No. 24 Ohio State 72-69. "We weren't thinking …
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Man found dead in Ohio Township
Text Size: ASmall Text; AMedium Text; ALarge Text. Man found dead in Ohio Township. View Large. Photos. Man found dead in Ohio Township. A 34-year-old Bellevue man was found dead inside a car Sunday morning in Ohio Township, state police said.
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Kayaker's body found in Ohio lake where he fell in trying to rescue dog
HILLIARD, Ohio — The body has been found of a kayaker who disappeared in a central Ohio lake while trying to rescue a dog. authorities say. sheriffpromo.jpg. The body of 21-year-old Kyle Miller was found in Darby Bend Lakes in the Prairie Oaks Metro …
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Ohio Lottery fund shifts siphon aid to schools
Early next month, the Ohio Lottery will transfer money to the state's K-12 education fund, bringing the total to $ 20 billion since the first lottery dollars began flowing in 1975. Now 40 years old, the Ohio Lottery Commission has kept its original …
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Ohio man with terminal cancer sworn in as honorary cop
Craig Taylor is reporting for duty. Taylor, a 28-year-old man with terminal cancer, dreamed of being a police officer since childhood, but his illness repeatedly interfered. Three weeks ago, his family called in hospice care, and the goal seemed …
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Supporters of an Ohio Voters Bill of Rights can now collect signatures to put
VOTING-LINES-2004.JPG Voting lines in November 2004 at Tremont Elementary School in Cleveland. The Ohio Voter Bill of Rights amendment aims to protect early in-person voting procedures put in place after the 2004 election and allow online voter …
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Ohio Supreme Court case focuses on what impact military-related disabilities
PD-stock-Ohio-Supreme-Court.jpg Several organizations jointly filed a friend of the court brief in support of the Marine's position. Those groups include Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation, Disability Rights Ohio, National Disability Rights Network …
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Ohio teens can now take driver education courses online
The Ohio Department of Public Safety gave the green light to three out-of-state companies to run online programs that satisfy the classroom instruction portion and is reviewing applications from 11 more companies, including two already operating in Ohio.
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Ohio's oil, natural gas production in 2013 leap with Utica shale development
COLUMBUS: Oil production in Ohio nearly doubled from 2012 to 2013 and natural gas production grew in that time by nearly 2½ times, according to new report. The assessment came on Thursday from Peter MacKenzie of the 3,200-member Ohio Oil and Gas …
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