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Sea levels will probably rise more now that the last remaining stable portion of Greenland's ice sheet - the world's second-largest - is no longer stable, a study says.
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2 hrs ago | USA Today
Sea levels will probably rise more now that the last remaining stable part of the Greenland ice sheet -- the world's second-largest-- is no longer stable, a study reports.
6 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
UNION BEACH - Courtney Olesh chipped away at the paint on the side of a bluish-gray home in Union Beach damaged during Hurricane Sandy.
9 hrs ago | The Advocate
The future bride is the daughter of Ms. Lori Green, of Birmingham, Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gorius, of Heath.
The city is No. 3 on Orkin's most recent list, which ranks cities by the number of bedbug treatments the company performed from January to December 2013.
John and Joan were married April 10, 1954, in Sherman Oaks, Calif. John earned double undergraduate degrees from Fresno, where their daughter Janet was born.
All hands were on deck for a lesson in farm safety this weekend with Coshocton County Emergency Management Agency hosting a county grain bin rescue training class.
In a Thursday article about two bald cypress trees being removed from the Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute campus, Mark Noark was the guest speaker.
The Village of West Jefferson honored two residents Monday night, March 3 for their impact and service to the village and it's residents.
Some anti-smoking groups are praising Gov. John Kasich's proposal to increase taxes on cigarettes and other tobacco products.
Julie Presas has been promoted to General Counsel and Vice President of Legal Services of OCLC, the Dublin-based library cooperative that provides services and research to libraries worldwide.
He says he's been tortured, stripped naked and beaten. He says he's witnessed prisoners beaten to death, that he's been subjected to forced surgery, and that much of his time has been spent in an overcrowded prison cell with no consistent running water.
The Columbus Health Department says at least 21 people have come down with the Mumps.
"My dad is a teacher, my mom is a retired teacher and my sister teaches," she said.
Nearly three decades ago, lawmakers adopted a resolution naming the McCoys' "Hang on Sloopy" as the official rock song of the state of Ohio.
I respond to the Saturday letter "Ohio should spend tobacco money to fight smoking" from Dr. Michael Caligiuri, director and CEO of the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center.