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The 100-plus workers arrested at Corso's Flower & Garden Center were sent to prisons in Youngstown and Michigan.
Delaurice Bilton Cooke and Frances Reed Brogan (class of 1941) were the senior-most attendees.
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The forecast for today calls for partly sunny skies with a high in the upper 70s.
College Credit Plus program allows Kimball Arnold to graduate from Monroeville with a high school diploma and bachelor’s degree.
Republican award went to Jim Ehrman, director of the Seneca County Board of Elections.
One woman with previous convictions was sentenced to 24 months in prison.
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Legislation addresses several areas within Ohio’s criminal justice system.
By this weekend, the main storm helping to focus the severe weather and downpours will depart the Central states and swing across the Northeast.
Board also hired French and math teachers for Norwalk middle and high schools.
This raid comes two weeks after immigration agents detained more than 100 workers at Corso's Flower and Garden Center in Erie County.