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ZANESVILLE, Ohio, March 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- As of January 1, 2014, Ohio residents are no longer allowed to obtain exotic animals, and all previously owned creatures are heavily regulated.
Local dentist Kirk Kimmerling DDS and veterinarian Julian Peckich DVM, both from the Verde Pointe Professional Condominium unite to help make the Halloween Holiday a fun and safe event.
ROCHESTER, Pa., April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- PLS Logistics Services announces that is has entered into an agreement with Martin Marietta Magnesia Specialties, LLC to manage all of the inbound and outbound magnesium hydroxide slurry rail shipments at the company's Manistee, MI location.
Bonnie Jean Gist Longaberger, the matriarch of the Longaberger basket-weaving company, has died in Ohio at the age of 100, the company announced. Chief Executive Officer Tami Longaberger wrote on the Longaberger Web site that the woman known affectionately as Grandma Bonnie had been the embodiment of the values behind the Ohio company. It amazed her that Longaberger baskets could be made with such love and care, and be cherished by so many from so far away.
By O'Connor, David Plans are in the works for a new levee system for Marietta, but there won't be a vote on the matter at tonight's borough council meeting. The council in the Susquehanna River town meets at 7 o'clock at the borough hall, 111 E. Market St.
By Julie Carr Smyth COLUMBUS, Ohio - Residents of a mostly black neighborhood were awarded nearly $11 million Thursday by a federal jury that found local authorities denied them public water service for decades out of racial discrimination.
By Randy Ludlow, The Columbus Dispatch, Ohio Jul. 11--Once the jury had left the courtroom, Freddie Martin and others draped arms around one another's shoulders and offered a prayer of thanks. After a seven-week trial in U.S.
By Randy Ludlow, The Columbus Dispatch, Ohio Jul. 10--Jurors today awarded $10.9 million to 68 residents of Coal Run who were victims of racial discrimination when they were denied public water service by Muskingum County and Zanesville. Damages ranged from $15,000 to $300,000 for each plaintiff.
By Randy Ludlow, The Columbus Dispatch, Ohio Jul. 10--Jurors found today that black residents of Coal Run were victims of racial discrimination when they were denied public water service by Muskingum County and Zanesville. Verdicts for 22 of the 67 plaintiffs were read in U.S.
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