How do you get to Shadyside Ohio from StClairsville Ohio?
- Take I-70 EAST to I-470 EAST to BELLAIRE and WASHINGTON, PA at EXIT 219.
- Take I-470 EAST to OH-7 to BELLAIRE and BRIDGEPORT at EXIT 6.
- Turn right off of the exit ramp onto OH-7 SOUTH to BELLAIRE. Take OH-7 SOUTH to Shadyside.
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Answer . I've added a site with some information to the links on the left side.. Answer . You can order books from the library and you can also get a lot of information on the internet.. Answer . The Ohio Historical Society (link listed below) has a great deal of information about Ohio's …history! (MORE)
The current Governor of Ohio is John Kasich (R).Kasich assumed office as Governor of Ohio on January 10, 2011. Ted Strickland served as Governor January 8, 2007-January 9, 2011.
Ohio is the 17th state of The United States of America, and is one of the midwestern states. It is also the 36th largest state, and has about 11.5 million residents! Ohio's nickname is the buckeye state, resembling the buckeye tree.
Ohio is in what is called the "midwestern" part of the UnitedStates. It is located between Ohio and Pennsylvania in thenortheastern part of the continental US.
Ohio is in an area of the United States called the midwest. It borders stares like Kentucky, Indiana, and West Virginia.
Ohio has approximately two senators that are elected into office.As of June 2014, the senators are Republican Rob Portman andDemocrat Sherrod Brown.
The area of Ohio is 44,825 square miles. It is the 34th largeststate in size in the United States.
Ohio's nickname is the Buckeye state due to the prevalence of Ohio Buckeye trees within the state's borders.
There is no mayor for the state of Ohio. Mayors lead individual cities and towns. The current governor of Ohio is Ted Strickland.
Ohio is one of the United States of America, therefore, it is on the North American continent.
Yes, in every one of our 88 counties. I live in Stark County (North Canton, Plain Township) and have been watching a large one for about a week now (December 2008) and have gotten it on video to show some neighbors that don't believe me. I'm seeing it in the corn field behind my house in the mid mor…nings, around 9:30-11:30 AM. We have a few brush/dirt piles in this field and I have seen it enter one of them on two ocassions. I think this may be it's den. We have heard them two or three times at night the last two summers. What people don't realize is when they are calling, most of the time the pack sounds like a bunch of teenagers yelling and having a crazy party. I know this sounds odd but I never hear them calling like the T.V. westerns play it. I wasn't sure if I could tell the difference between a coyote and a small dog that is similar in appearance, but after seeing this one, there's no doubt what you're looking at.. Yes, in every one of our 88 counties. I live in Stark County (North Canton, Plain Township) and have been watching a large one for about a week now (December 2008) and have gotten it on video to show some neighbors that don't believe me. I'm seeing it in the corn field behind my house in the mid mornings, around 9:30-11:30 AM. We have a few brush/dirt piles in this field and I have seen it enter one of them on two ocassions. I think this may be it's den. We have heard them two or three times at night the last two summers. What people don't realize is when they are calling, most of the time the pack sounds like a bunch of teenagers yelling and having a crazy party. I know this sounds odd but I never hear them calling like the T.V. westerns play it. I wasn't sure if I could tell the difference between a coyote and a small dog that is similar in appearance, but after seeing this one, there's no doubt what you're looking at. (MORE)
If you are on the highways, McDonalds can be found off of many highways. A tip is to look before you want to go for the green food signs to indicate that there is a McDonalds nearby.
Most gangs that are in the state of Ohio are in cities such as Cleveland & Cincinnatti, very few are in the city of Columbus.... Ohio has such gangs as the......... West Side Rollin 20's Neighborhood Bloods Sex Money Murder Bloods Bounty Hunter Bloods M.o.b. Pirus(Piru gang)-affiliated with… the Bloods gang. Elm Street Pirus(Piru gang-affiliated with the Bloods gang. Tree Top Pirus(Piru gang)-affiliated with the Bloods gang. East Side Long Beach Rollin 20's Crips East Side Long Beach Insane Crips East Side Long Beach Asian Boyz Crips West Side Rollin 30's Harlem Crips West Side Rollin 60's Neighborhood Crips Gardena Shot Gun Crips Kelly Park Compton Crips Almighty Latin King & Queen Nation(People Nation gang) Almighty Black P. Stones Nation(People Nation gang) Almighty Vice Lords Nation(People Nation gang) Almighty Spanish Lords Nation(People Nation gang) Almighty Insane Latin Counts Nation(People Nation gang) Gangster Disciples Nation(Folk Nation gang) Insane Gangster Satan Disciples Nation(Folk Nation gang) Maniac Latin Disciples Nation(Folk Nation gang) Gangster Two Six Nation(Folk Nation gang) La Raza Nation(Folk Nation gang) Sureno's(Mexican Mafia gang)-Mexican gang Norteno's(Nuestra Familia gang)-Mexican gang Netas Association(Puerto Rican gang) Trinitarios(Dominican gang) Tiny Rascals Gang(Asian gang) Wah Ching(Chinese gang) (MORE)
No, Kentucky owns it. It was just named the Ohio River because tons of people in the late 1600's came down that river to come to Ohio so that's why its called the "Ohio River" but Kentucky officially owns it. But Ohio owns the whole bridge. -Hope this helps!-
With rodeos being a popular pastime across the nation, there are rodeos in most, if not all, of the states, including Ohio.
it depends on were you live like in an apartment or in a house. you should ask your landlord or whoever owns the house . there might also be laws in your state saying that you cant own any specific exotic animals. but im pretty sure there are no laws in any state that say you cant own a spider monke…y, lemur, marmoset,or a tamarin. but im almost positive you cant keep chimps or orangutans. but also in some states you are allowed to take care of them until they go into adulthood or are getting there because its called mothering them until they get older to live by themselves in the wild somewhere or at a zoo possibly. hope this helped!! (MORE)
Wilmington, Ohio is located about 45 miles away from Cincinnati and about 50 to 60 miles away from Columbus. The mayor of Wilmington is David Raizk. Wilmington is prodominately Republican. It is a farming community and right now is suffering from DHL moving.
Using Google maps w/o GPS or considerations of speed, scenery etc, One basic route is I95 to I26 to I77, with the 2 junctions being in South Carolina, the latter in Columbia. All three roads are interstate highways.
Because there is no water close enough to produce the hurrican and all hurricanes are produced near oceans so by the time the hurricane would ever reach it would have died down to much to even notice im smart
Yes, it is located in the Midwest region of the United States between Indiana and Pennsylvania
No one discovered Ohio just lik no one discovered the ding dong .... someone just happened to find one and thought it was a pickle...so he started eating it and then suddenly white stuff started coming out... so he named the thing a ding dong which is something tyler Lawrence and phillip szaruga and… john Hudson do not have (MORE)
Ohio is the 17th State in the United Stated of America. The capital is Columbus,Ohio. The state bird id the cardinal.The state animal is the White-Tailed Deer. The state reptile is the Black Racer.The state Insect is the ladybug. go to this website. The state flower is the Scarlet Carnation or the… scientific name Dianthus caryophyllus.The state gemstone is the flint rock.the state tree is the Ohio buckeye or Hippocastanaceae Aesculus glabra. With God, All Things Are Possible is Ohio's motto. this is pretty much all u need to know about Ohio. (MORE)
The Ohio University is found in southeast Ohio, in the city of Athens. It is the oldest university west of the Appalachian mountain range in the United States of America.
Whomever is appointed by the probate court. They may be named in the will or it could be an attorney or a bank.
Ohio means beautiful river in native American and when the native Americans saw the Ohio river they called the area Ohio.
take the Ohio turnpike wb to i 280 outside of Toledo and there is maumee,Ohio on the maumee river,or u can go the the two lanes all the way.
The southern border. And goes all around Kentucky it ends in Tennessee and goes around and borders rivers like the Mississippi.
It's along the southern border, between Ohio and West Virginia/Kentucky. The southern edge of the state is defined by the river.
Yes, there are wetlands in Ohio, but between the 1780s and 1980s, they decreased from about 5 million acres to about 483,000 acres.
SO MUCH! Cleveland Museum of Art, Westide Market, Natural Museum of History, Severance Hall (see the orchestra), Playhouse Square (theater/performance), we have multiple concert venues, Great Lakes Science Center, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, tons of local restaurants on East & West side, lots of outd…oor events & music in the summer... Just COME! You will not be disappointed :) (MORE)
There's alot to do starting with all kinds of malls, Kalahari in Sandusky, Casta Way Bay, Cedar Point, and go spend a nice evening on the Lake Erie beaches. :)
The designs of the State Quarters were approved by each state, withminimal restrictions on what could be included, as long as thedetail would show up from the dies.
Some of the time it is like winter the beginning of spring and in the end of fall.
Lake plains, glaciated appalachian plateu, till plains, unglaciated appalachian platue, blue grass. hope this helped.
The distance from Shadyside, Ohio, to Sewickley, Pennsylvania, is 69 miles. That equals 111 kilometers and about an hour of driving time.
Hayes, Rutherford B. Grant, Ulysses S. Garfield, James Abram Arthur, Chester Alan Harrison, Benjamin McKinley, William Taft, William Howard Harding, Warren G. Ohio has had the most, out of all the states, presidents come from it. Tied with Virginia.
my great great grandparents came to ohio from ireland, and they were crop and livestock farmers. my great grandparents were decided to focus on mostly on dairy farming, along with my grandpa, and now my uncle and cousin still run the family dairy farm, it is the only dairy farm left here, and in the… 6 surrounding counties. (MORE)
lakes and rivers are the natural boundaries to the south (Ohio River), on the east, the Ohio River runs between Ohio and West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania connect with a political boundary separating them, then Lake Eerie to the north. The west is a political boundary with Indiana decided as part… of the Northwest Territory. (MORE)
The State of Ohio is part of the Unitied States. Some States alsohave Ohio County.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources has free information for the public on the topic at its Website, including a great map that shows the locations of all the recorded earthquakes in Ohio with their dates and magnitudes
Ohio is not the tornado valley there has been more tornados in Mississippi then Ohio
Yes, tornadoes are not uncommon in Ohio. One of the worst, if not the worst tornado in Ohio history was the F5 that struck Xenia on April 3, 1974 killing 34 people and causing hundreds of millions of dollars worth of damage.
Spring is rainy with average temperatures in the high 50s to mid-high 60s. Summer starts slowly with temps in the high 60s to mid 70s through late May. The 70s temps can continue into June, however, the temperature can climb to 80 in a single day-- and thus begin hotter, summer temperatures. Ohio… has multiple "zones" of weather. Cities along Lake Erie experience more storms and stronger storms. Weather patterns and fronts can come either down from Canada, southeast over the northeastern part of Ohio... or the fronts come directly west to east from Illinois and Indiana. West to East fronts that trigger thunderstorms typically cut across from Columbus Ohio to Akron in Summit County and often, those storms follow a southeasterly route into Columbiana County. Because of the two weather patterns, people in Trumbull County Ohio often experience different weather, with the northern part of the County experiencing more thunderstorms and thunderstorm warnings than the southern section of Trumbull County, Ohio. Because of the two major pathways of fronts (from Canada, or from western states), Ohio typically has periods of volatile weather, especially when the same fronts build humidity to over 70% and dewpoints well over 50. The humid conditions make for many days of close, sticky, and uncomfortable weather, especially when daytime temps reach into the high 80s. The higher the dewpoint, the more humid the air feels. As well, in the height of summer (July - August) there may be little cooling from daytime temps of high 80s and nighttime temps of at least 70 to 72 degrees. Often predicted storms barely wet the ground and most often the storms do not cool the air or the "feels like" temperatures. Because Niles Ohio was hit with a tornado in 1985, and because Carroll County, Summit County, and Columbiana County do experience stronger storms, communities are more nervous during storms. It is not unusual to hear volunteer fire department Emergency Sirens sounding from three or four communities that are within a few miles of each other. However, over 99% of the sirens are warnings or for funnel clouds that never reach the ground. By September, everyone wishes for cooler air, which comes about fairly quickly once it begins. One quip heard around Ohio communities about the weather is: "Just wait a little while, the weather will change." Predicted storms often dissipate before reaching an area or community; or, it rains on one side of town with a clear "line" on the dry pavement to show it didn't rain on the other side of town. It's the same with snow forecasts in the winter. NOTE: The "snowbelt" for areas closest to Lake Erie receive heavier and longer rains, just as they also get more snow, blowing snow, and drifting snow during the winters. (MORE)
The lowest recorded temperature in Ohio was -39Â°F in Milligan in 1899. The average high temperatures in January (the coldest month of the year) in Cleveland are around 30Â° F the average lows are around 17Â° F In Cincinnati the average highs are around 38Â° F and the average lows ar…e around 28Â° F. Actual temperatures can vary and it is not uncommon to have a week or two a year where high temperatures hover in the single digits in parts of the state. But anything below -10Â° F is exceedingly rare. (MORE)
Is elton john homosexual? yes Ohio is in the U.S. You dipthong! I mean who doesn't know that. Such an Artard.
Well we don't really care how we dress The teen's have a few trends here and there I mean in the summer of course people where short then again alot of us love wearing sweatpant's were used to it. And anything really you just adapt to your own likes and dislikes
Ohio is considered a "battleground state". This means that Ohio can swing democrat or republican depending on the actual candidates and issues.
Only Ohio could be Ohio . Ohio is approximately in the center of the US.
The city of Mesa is located in Arizona. There is also a Mesa in Ohio.
Ohio is humid, particularly in the summertime. Winters are cold tocool, but rarely freezing. there are some severe weather in Ohiosuch as tornadoes, but these are uncommon. Ohio is generally a sunny and warm state, with the highest recordedtemperature being 45Â°C (113Â°F). Some subtropical liza…rds and plantscan (and do) survive in Ohio because of the heat and exposure tothe sun. (MORE)