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Gahanna 4th of July Fireworks & Parade 2024

The city of Gahanna, which is a suburb of Columbus located in Central Ohio, is known for its spectacular fireworks show celebrating America’s Independence. Fireworks, which are launched at 10 pm, are a culmination of the weekend full of fun activities in Gahanna. Gahanna Independence Day Fireworks (July 3, 2024) The Independence Day Celebration starts… Keep Reading

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Smoke from Canada wildfires returns to Ohio. Here’s what we know.

The Southwest Ohio Air Quality Agency has issued an Air Quality Alert in Greater Cincinnati as air pollution from Canadian wildfires returns to the region. The alert, which is in effect through Monday, covers Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton and Warren counties in Ohio; Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties in Kentucky; and Dearborn County in Indiana. The agency said it expects… Keep Reading

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Ohio Becomes First State to Remove PFAS in Firefighting Foams

PFAS—per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances, often called ‘forever chemicals’ for their unyielding persistence in the environment and bodies—are the subject of mounting concern and global regulatory actions. Among the sources of PFAS exposure is firefighting foam, particularly Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF). PFAS are valued for their water and grease resistance, which are commonly found in everyday… Keep Reading

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Statewide impact of Ohio Intel Project evident in initial progress report

COLUMBUS — Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has released a report that outlines Intel Corporation’s progress toward its two new semiconductor manufacturing facilities in Licking County, which continue to move forward with far-reaching impacts across the state. The report, prepared by Intel and submitted to the Ohio Department of Development, shows that the company has spent… Keep Reading

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Ohio Turnpike Launching New Collection System

BEREA, Ohio – The Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission’s new toll collection system, which started as a vision and a study in 2016, is nearing completion. The switch to the new system – which began last year – will be phased in over the next several weeks. To accommodate all travelers on the 241-mile Ohio… Keep Reading

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