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Dover New Philadelphia Times Reporter (Newspaper) - March 21, 2015, Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio In says world could have water shortfall by 2030 today Sun Mon world Page a 8 60/26 45722 43724 Complete forecast Page a-2 disclosure rules tighter for tacking chemicals business Page b 6the times reporter $1 in store saturday March 21, 2015 4 like Abo by Lee Morrison times reporter staff writer new Philadelphia Bany Gibson figures that forgetting his cellphone might have saved his life. If he had not had to go Back Home to get it he would have been standing inside his restaurant when a pickup crashed through the Wall. County owned truck crashes through Wall of new la Hila restaurant a it looked like a bomb went off in there a said the 68-year-old Vietnam War Veteran. A i believe police would t allow him go inside to retrieve items from Gips fish and chips at 415 e. High ave. A five More minutes and i be talking to you now because that where i Cut the the Driver of the county owned truck David j. Festi 44, of 710 race St., Dover was transported by ambulance to Union i Hospital in Dover where he remained overnight thursday for observation. A witnesses told us that the truck came through the red Light at the local news Bicentennial celebrations set East Sparta Sandyville and Pike township Are ready to Mark 200 years. Page a-3 nation More than 130 killed in bombings at yemeni mosques suicide bombers attacked a pair of mosques Friday in the yemeni capital unleashing monstrous blasts that ripped through worshippers and killed 137 people in the deadliest assault yet targeting shiite rebels who hav e taken Over Large parts of the rapidly fragmenting nation. At least 13 children were among the dead. Page a-8 you Tell us Send us your photos signs of Spring it looks As if the worst of the cold weather is behind us and we re optimistic pleasant Days Are ahead. We Are looking for your signs of Spring photographs for our next Community Corner project. Grab your camera and snap a picture. Email mpg images to share times or to Community interactive editor Joe Wright at . Remember to include information about the photo and let us know who took the photo along with their Hometown. Web poll fridays Reader poll How much Coffee do you drink daily i or 2 cups _ 40% 3 or More _27% none 17% drink Tea 16% total 229 today a Reader poll which of thursday s Mcaa tournament upsets busted your bracket a Jab Over Iowa St. A Georgia St. Over Baylor Kucla Over smut i got All those right a visit to submit your answer. Death notices anon r. Bears net l. Cozart Mia l. Malterer Adys l. Mast Nee j. North Issell f. Parr or. Abel r. Romine till obituaries Page a-5 serving up a taste of Tuso times reporter Pat Burk a sue Gaiser of Biscotti by the Bunch in Zoar answers questions from Young guests during the sixth annual Ohio amp Erie canal Way coalitions taste of Tuscon Friday at the Kent state University at Tuscarawas performing arts Center in new Philadelphia. A seen on scene gallery is posted online at . Phila Man leads tech revolution in battling childhood diseases by Lee Morrison times reporter staff writer taking advantage of advances in technology new Philadelphia native Mitchell Drumm ph.d., is helping launch a new biomedical initiative at Case Western Reserve University a department of paediatrics in Cleveland. Tile University recently announced that the research Institute for children a health initiative is intended to utilize advances in technology in the Fields of genetics and pharmacology to More rapidly search for therapies to treat genetic disorders. Drumm credited new Philadelphia natives Jim Demuth and John Hoopingarner and Dover natives Patrick Savage and Rebecca Mason for making the idea become a reality. The Institute will be directed by Drumm a geneticist and researcher. Photo Courtesy of Dan Milner a new Philadelphia and Dover natives Are Active in establishing the research Institute for children a health initiative at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. Left to right Are Jim Demuth Mitchell Drumm. Rebecca Mason and Patrick Savage see diseases a 3 to learn More about the research Institute for children s health visit paediatrics Rich Only online Community blogger Mike Gunther writes about some Dover High coaches who have built Strong programs. He writes that Tornado fans should enjoy the ride. Check out his latest offering of views from the hot seat at . Why it matters new Philadelphia native Mitchell Drumm. Ph.d., will direct the new research Institute for children a health initiative in Cleveland which is intended to utilize advances in technology in the Fields of genetics and pharmacology to More rapidly search for therapies for genetic disorders. Drumlin work in genetics led to the 1889 discovery of the Gene that causes cystic fibrosis. 19 a Aue til 5 a 11 am 3 pm $17.95 adults $6.99 children 7-12 a under 6 free taxes 8. Gratuity not included Only tavern Ham baked Chicken roast beef pasta 3 types potatoes 3 vegetables salad bar amp our famous dessert bar 115 front St., Navy new Philo intersection clipped an sep Power pole and hit the Concrete parking barriers outside the restaurant Quot Gibson said. See crashes a 5 new Law opens Access to adopt tees records by Andrew Welsh Huggins the associated press Columbus thousands of Ohio adopters Are hoping to learn More about their history including family medical information thanks to a new Law granting them Access to their adoption files and birth certificates. Individuals adopted Between Jan. 1,1964, and sept. 18,195 6, began requesting the information Friday from the Ohio department of health. The Law is expected to give Alx jut 4m people Access to records that largely had been blocked without a court order. About 400 people braved cold temperatures and rain to line up outside tile state vital statistics Bureau first thing Friday to apply in person. Results a Mie in about a month. A a i have been waiting for so Long to find out my history who i originated from, Dorothy Johnson 48, a Youngstown police officer As she shuffled along in line. She is hoping to learn the identity of her Kotlier who she hits been told vols 13 when she had Johnson in 15 66. Concerned that adoption records were open to anyone lawmakers put them of limits in 1964, including to adult adopters. Following lobbying from adopters and their advocates lawmakers made the records Public again in 1996. People adopted in All other years already had Access to the records. But the Law was not made retroactive for those caught in Between because of pressure from groups including abortion opponents who feared it would discourage people considering adoption sait betide Norris executive director and founder of adoption network Cleveland and an adoptee who Lei the fight to change the Law. Chuff h a of nation world a 8 classifieds b 6 Region. A-3 comics b 5 sports b l to 3 milestones. A 7 your news a 9 our 112th year no. 250 for delivery or Billing questions Call customer service toll free 800 686 5577 local 330 364 8387 Gatehouse Media inc. 54 2015 53 of Jose a

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