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  1. Animal rights group captures chicken clean-up after truck crash - News 5 Cleveland

    Animal rights group captures chicken clean-up after truck crash  News 5 Cleveland

    A representative for a local animal rights group has posted to Facebook disturbing video of crews tossing hundreds of dead and injured chickens into a dumpster...

  2. Portion of U.S. 30 reopens after semi carrying chickens overturns on bridge - WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

    Portion of U.S. 30 reopens after semi carrying chickens overturns on bridge  WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

    Warning: The photos in the Facebook post may be considered graphic. BREWSTER, Ohio -- A portion of U.S. Route 30 east has reopened after a semi carrying...

  3. Authorities across northeast Ohio warn drivers not to travel in high waters, down flooded roads - WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

    Authorities across northeast Ohio warn drivers not to travel in high waters, down flooded roads  WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

    BREWSTER, Ohio -- Authorities across northeast Ohio are reminding residents to avoid flooded waters, cautioning them of the hazards of traveling along these...

  4. Officials in Brewster offer driving safety tips with more harsh winter weather on the way - WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

    Officials in Brewster offer driving safety tips with more harsh winter weather on the way  WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

    BREWSTER, Ohio -- Officials in Stark County are offering driving safety tips after winter weather has taken a snowy and icy grip on Northeast Ohio. Blowing...

  5. PETA puts up billboard after video shows crews tossing dead, injured chickens into dumpster on US-30 - News 5 Cleveland

    PETA puts up billboard after video shows crews tossing dead, injured chickens into dumpster on US-30  News 5 Cleveland

    BREWSTER, Ohio — After a representative from a local animal rights group caught crews tossing hundreds of dead and injured chickens into a dumpster after a...

  6. Truck With 8,000 Chickens Overturns In Ohio - wkfr.com

    Truck With 8,000 Chickens Overturns In Ohio  wkfr.com

    Why did the 8,000 chickens cross the road? Well, they had no choice. Ironically the semi-truck transporting chickens rolled over on Pigeon Run Bridge on US 30...

  7. Herzog, W&LE complete PTC testing - RailwayAge Magazine

    Herzog, W&LE complete PTC testing  RailwayAge Magazine

    Wheeling & Lake Erie and Herzog completed brake testing and preparations for Positive Train Control functionality in revenue *service* by the end of 2018.

  8. John Michael Stock - Harrison News Herald

    John Michael Stock  Harrison News Herald

    John Michael Stock passed away peacefully on May 16, at Valley Hospice (Liza's Place) in Wheeling, W.Va., with his wife and family by his side. He was...

  9. Spotlight on Brewster: Company is big Swiss cheese producer - Massillon Independent

    Spotlight on Brewster: Company is big Swiss cheese producer  Massillon Independent

    "If you're eating Swiss cheese anywhere in America, there's a 35 percent chance it was made in Brewster, says a Brewster Cheese Company spokesman.

  10. Rail News - BLET members OK new contracts with Wheeling & Lake Erie. For Railroad Career Professionals - Progressive Rail Roading

    Rail News - BLET members OK new contracts with Wheeling & Lake Erie. For Railroad Career Professionals  Progressive Rail Roading

    Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen (BLET) members have ratified two new collective bargaining agreements with the Wheeling & Lake Erie...

  11. Train derails, catches fire in Brewster - WKYC-TV

    Train derails, catches fire in Brewster  WKYC-TV

    BREWSTER, Ohio -- The Environmental Protection Agency is investigating after a train containing liquid petroleum went off its tracks and caught fire Monday...

  12. Rail News - BLET, Wheeling & Lake Erie agree on tentative contracts. For Railroad Career Professionals - Progressive Rail Roading

    Rail News - BLET, Wheeling & Lake Erie agree on tentative contracts. For Railroad Career Professionals  Progressive Rail Roading

    Railroad industry news about: Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen, BLET, Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Co.. From the editors of Progressive...

  13. 12 things to do in Ohio this weekend, June 3-5 - WKYC-TV

    12 things to do in Ohio this weekend, June 3-5  WKYC-TV

    Brewster Firemen's Festival. What: Food, games, rides, entertainment, fireworks, a beer garden and more. Where: Bimeler Park, W. First and W. Second streets,...

  14. Spotlight on Brewster: Tattered and Worn is perfect fit for village - Canton Repository

    Spotlight on Brewster: Tattered and Worn is perfect fit for village  Canton Repository

    BREWSTER Jim and Connie Schumaker started their home-based business over 30 years ago with nothing more than a saber saw, sand paper and some paint.

  15. Not Every Coaching Career Starts at a Urinal, but Most Have Equally Humble Beginnings - Sports Illustrated

    Not Every Coaching Career Starts at a Urinal, but Most Have Equally Humble Beginnings  Sports Illustrated

    As OCs at two top programs can attest, Mike Brewster's bold strategy for getting hired is not the only outlandish part of coaching's entry level.

  16. Farm a family operation | Dairy - Capital Press

    Farm a family operation | Dairy  Capital Press

    TERRETON, Idaho — Richard Korn's family started dairying in the Treasure Valley near Nampa, Idaho. After he and his wife, Kim, were married they formed a...

  17. Dr. Jonathan Walley makes cinema classes engaging and enjoyable - The Denisonian

    Dr. Jonathan Walley makes cinema classes engaging and enjoyable  The Denisonian

    DEVIN MEENAN — Being a teacher is a job that incorporates multiple roles; lecturer, researcher, but it's often said the most important among these is a mentor.

  18. Ohio Industrial Supply Becomes JAM Industrial Supply - Industrial Distribution

    Ohio Industrial Supply Becomes JAM Industrial Supply  Industrial Distribution

    Ohio Industrial Supply, previously called Ohio Fasteners, a Canton-based industrial supplier with a facility in Sandusky, recently changed its name to JAM...

  19. Woman beaten with hammer improving - Dayton Daily News

    Woman beaten with hammer improving  Dayton Daily News

    HAMILTON — The woman beaten unconscious by a hammer-wielding boyfriend early Sunday morning, April 25, is improving, according to friends and family...

  20. Jeannie Fleming-Gifford named executive director of Fairmount Center of the Arts - News-Herald.com

    Jeannie Fleming-Gifford named executive director of Fairmount Center of the Arts  News-Herald.com

    Jeannie Fleming-Gifford has been named executive director of Fairmount Center for the Arts.

  21. Third Generation Cheesemakers Continue Legacy - Geauga Maple Leaf

    Third Generation Cheesemakers Continue Legacy  Geauga Maple Leaf

    A young Swiss carrying a dream, his faith and fortitude founded a cheese-making legacy upon settling in 1956 in Middlefield Township. "Hans and I were both...

  22. 'Unstoppable' director Tony Scott loved filming in Pennsylvania - Pittsburgh Post Gazette

    'Unstoppable' director Tony Scott loved filming in Pennsylvania  Pittsburgh Post Gazette

    The Renaissance Hotel could erect a plaque that says: "Director Tony Scott slept here." Sort of. When he was shooting "Unstoppable" and using Pittsburgh as a...

  23. Schmukis and Campbells honored in Stark County - Farm and Dairy

    Schmukis and Campbells honored in Stark County  Farm and Dairy

    Members of the Stark County Farm Bureau and Stark Soil and Water Conservation District met for a joint annual meeting Sept. 12.

  24. Warren crime activity: Officers report finding 2 overdosed in car off road - WKBN.com

    Warren crime activity: Officers report finding 2 overdosed in car off road  WKBN.com

    That, and other crime reported in Warren over the past week.

  25. Arthur Lengacher, Jr. | Obituaries - LancasterOnline

    Arthur Lengacher, Jr. | Obituaries  LancasterOnline

    Arthur Lengacher, Jr., 68, of Gordonville, PA, passed away Thursday, March 30, 2017, at home after a lengthy illness to be with his Lord. He was the husband of...

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