The Ohio Department of Agriculture instituted the ban Tuesday.
Democrats and several Republican senators have questioned the plan.
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A dog that had contact with the raccoon is being quarantined.
A city public works official said that many of the city’s water lines are decades-old and subject to failure at almost any time.
There will be three dates for the show: July 18, August 22 and September 26.
Detours are posted.
Voters turned down the police levy in May during the primary election.
Two passengers could be charged in the case, pending an investigation.
Police do not know the suspect’s identity.
A National Weather Service official confirmed that no tornado or thunderstorm warnings were sent.
St. Elizabeth’s Hospital said that they have released the boy after treatment.
Flashing lights and a car with blown out tires turned a Howland neighborhood into a crime scene Monday.
Local residents say they are used to it and it happens with almost all moderate to heavy rainfall.
A section of the highway is closed near Hope Road. It will remain closed until further notice.
Police say the driver of what may be a Jeep Cherokee hit the buggy on Tavern Road and then fled the scene.
Wal-Mart is raising starting wages for more than 100,000 department managers and workers.
East Liverpool City leaders have been assured the community it is not in danger from the Heritage Thermal Services waste incinerator.
American National Red Cross Giving Day starts pushing for donations today.
Straley is the fifth chief to leave in the last three years under current Mayor Mary Smith.