Concern is high in Louisville as a portion of a wall on a downtown building collapses. Malcolm Hall CantonRep.com staff writer @mhallREP
LOUISVILLE A collapsed wall on a downtown commercial building in the 100 block of E. Main Street has heightened concern among city officials. They are asking pedestrians to avoid getting close to the structure.The collapsed occurred at about 8:20 a.m. Tuesday. Bricks were strewn in the alley next to the building.
Rax and Trax in Lee Township is home to Scottish Highland cattle and Hereford pigs. Malcolm Hall CantonRep.com staff writer @mhallREP
CARROLLTON In the world of livestock farming, Michael Gotshall has been playing host in southeastern Carroll County to some rare characters.First, there are the Scottish Highland beef cattle. The breed sports a set of long horns and wavy coats of hair, giving them an appearance unlike the beef cattle normally seen in Ohio.
Plain Township firefighters had to extinguish two house fires within an hour of one another. Malcolm Hall CantonRep.com staff writer @mhallREP
PLAIN TWP. Two residences in this township sustained severe damage Monday afternoon when both were hit with fires.The first blaze was in a mobile home at 2340 Ivyway St. NE. Township Fire Department firefighters responded to this fire shortly before 5 p.m. Monday.
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Selecting a term
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