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East Liverpool,

industrial city (1990 pop. 13,654), Columbiana co., E central Ohio, on the Ohio River near the Pa. and W.Va. borders; settled 1798 as St. Clair, called Fawcett's Town until its incorporation as East Liverpool in 1834. Extensive clay deposits in the area are used in making pottery, brick, and tile. A ceramics center since about 1839, it has a museum housing a historical pottery collection.
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22, 1934, bank robber Charles ''Pretty Boy'' Floyd was shot to death by federal agents and local police at a farm near East Liverpool, Ohio.
com)-- An innovative new product designed to put a simple yet convenient twist on a commonly used lawn and garden accessory, the Doris's Weed Eater, has been developed by Doris Roberts of East Liverpool, Ohio.
Silica will ship barges and railcars of premium Northern White frac sand to the new transload facility in East Liverpool, Ohio, from its network of sand plants.
1, 1923, in East Liverpool, Ohio, to Oliver and Edith McLaughlin Herrington.
Thomas Shevory (Professor of Politics, Ithaca College) presents Toxic Burn: The Grassroots Struggle Against the WTI Incinerator, the environmental true story of East Liverpool, Ohio, which has suffered from a massive hazardous waste incinerator located in the eastern Ohio River Valley since 1993.
Watching the movie, I was tempted to forget the former vice president's betrayal of the families in East Liverpool, Ohio, whom Gore had promised to protect from a hazardous waste incinerator, a promise broken not long after the inauguration in 1993.
Thank you and if you are near East Liverpool, Ohio on the 4th of July weekend, we are running a rendezvous at Beaver Creek State Park.
On the contrary: He pledged, on behalf of his running mate in 1992, that the Clinton administration would block EPA licensing of the world's largest toxic waste incinerator, several hundred feet from the elementary school in East Liverpool, Ohio.
The minimum necessary standards will create apprehension among providers and slow delivery of medical care" says Charles Parry, corporate responsibility officer for East Liverpool City Hospital in East Liverpool, Ohio.
Gore told the EPA to slow down the implementation of tough pesticide regulations, and he reneged on his promise to shut the hazardous waste incinerator in East Liverpool, Ohio.
Two prominent activists, Terri Swearingen, who fought tirelessly against a giant waste incinerator in East Liverpool, Ohio, winning the Goldman Environmental Prize for her work, and Phyllis Glazer, whose work is widely credited with helping close a toxic injection well in Winona, Texas, were hit with lawsuits by the companies involved.
Howard was born March 13, 1934 in East Liverpool, Ohio, and died Monday in Santa Monica.

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