EPA says Ashtabula plant at one time posed a public health hazard
Exposure to hazardous chemicals and radioactive material from the Ashtabula Iron and Metal (AIM) site at one time posed a public health hazard, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency officials said Thursday.Continued ...
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- Geneva, Grand Valley high schools honored by a national magazine
- Ashtabula County land bank looks at possible funding sources
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- EPA says Ashtabula plant at one time posed a public health hazard
Measles off to a fast start, as cases trend up
Health officials are worried about recent U.S. measles outbreaks that so far have caused more illnesses than at the same point of any year since 1996.Continued ...
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- Measles off to a fast start, as cases trend up
It has taken a while for the Grand Valley Mustangs to put it all together on the softball diamond this season. Wednesday afternoon, the Mustangs did just that, combining a superb pitching effort by Katie Paskey with a tight defense and opportune offense to smother the Maplewood Rockets, 8-1, in Northeastern Athletic Conference action.Continued ...
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