Paper items, computers, gently-used clothing and much more will be recycled.
The wild turkey was considered gone from Ohio before the start of World War I.
Mercury can inhibit brain development and harm immune systems and heart function; scientists puzzled by mercury’s jump in Great Lakes fish.
Use of test scores in teacher evaluations has been a sore spot for teachers and teacher unions since the state started requiring them in 2013.
Fungus is killing millions of hibernating bats in North America, and the resulting disease is spreading.
Trump has said he wants to “cancel” the Paris climate accord.
The proposed pipeline would go through Erie County.
The contentious NEXUS pipeline project is facing further opposition in the form of a 66-page motion.
The protest also was in solidarity over the Dakota Access pipeline.
New requirements put in place by OEPA force changes.
Alexis Arquette dies of cardiac arrest at age 47.
Treatment plant continues to monitor water quality, says Josh Snyder, public works director.
Tests show bloom is not producing algal toxins; attempts to kill algae have been unsuccessful.
Brown: 'I don't have a concern' with water in older school buildings.
Worried the local pests carry Zika? Soon we'll know