Federal data says toxic emissions are declining in central Ohio.
Governor Strickland Surveys Storm Damage
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An estimated 400,000 homes and businesses in Central Ohio, remain without electricity this morning while grocery and hardware stores try to keep up with demand for food, ice and batteries in areas hit by Sunday’s wind storm. Some schools are closed for a third consecutive day others are operating on delayed openings.
Columbus City schools closed
Columbus Catholic schools- closed
Worthington schools closed
Big Walnut schools closed
Walnut Township- closed
Granville Exempted Village-closed
Upper Arlington City Schools-closed
Worthington Christian- closed Calumet Christian- closed Xenos Christian- closed Harrambee Christian- closed
Ohio University-Lancaster daytime classes canceled
Olentangy Local 2-hour delay
Dublin City schools 2-hour delay, except Bailey Elem…its closed