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ST. MARYS - Pit bulls would no longer be singled out from all other breeds under an ordinance introduced at Monday's city council meeting. Pit bull owners had vehemently objected to previous rules passed in December that specif . . .
CELINA - Residential streets continue to crumble as city officials struggle to find a way to pay for much-needed repairs. West Lisle Street near the Mercer County Fairgrounds is a "a war zone," councilman Bill Sell said at Mond . . .
Mercer County in February for the first time in more than three years does not hold the lowest unemployment rate in Ohio. The county's jobless rate fell from 4.2 percent in January to 3.7 percent in February but was bumped from . . .
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