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Ohio law prohibits outdoor debris burning from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. until the end of November. Burning is limited due to an abundance of dry fuel on the ground.

Planning ahead can make trick-or-treating more fun for your child and the rest of the neighborhood. Encourage healthy habits and food safety this Halloween.

We want to see your pumpkin art — whether carved, painted or decorated — we want to see our readers’ talents.

October is the heart and soul of fall, and it brings with it nature's best and worst. Enjoy it while it lasts.

Learn to pick, prepare and cook pie and sugar pumpkins to make pumpkin puree for baking and more. It’s really not that difficult!

Planting new trees and shrubs in the fall takes advantage of favorable soil temperatures and moisture conditions that promote root growth.

Before the snow starts to fly, take time to plant some native evergreens that will benefit local wildlife and keep your interest this winter.

Throughout Autumn, deep orange vegetables are plentiful and packed with nutritional qualities linked to numerous health benefits.

The rainy summer may have set the stage for a beautiful autumn foliage display, according to forest ecologists in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences.

Pound for pound, the leaves of most trees contain twice as many minerals as manure. Learn to build a compost pile with the ones you rake up this fall.
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