Fox19 Published 1:51 p.m. UTC Sep 4, 2018 CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) – A Cincinnati-area school district is closing school Tuesday as an expected heat index of 100 looms. Officials with Finneytown Local Schools announced the closure on Labor Day, citing extreme heat. FOX19 is forecasting an approximate high of 92 degrees for the Cincinnati area on Tuesday. The aforementioned heat index calculation takes into account humidity (kind of like the "feels like" temperature projections in the winter). Finneytown joins schools in the Columbus and Cleveland area who have announced heat-related closures and early dismissals. According to the Associated Press, lawmakers in Ohio are considering a bill that would allow schools to start the academic year after Labor Day. Enquirer media partner Fox19 provided this report. … [Read more...] about Finneytown Local Schools closing Tuesday, citing ‘extreme heat’
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FIREWORKS view slideshow (2 images) PREV NEXT << >> Just before July 4 last summer, then-Gov. Chris Christie changed New Jersey’s fireworks law to allow “novelty” fireworks like sparklers and “snap caps” to be sold in supermarkets and other stores. While the change was too close to the holiday for most sellers, this year, supermarkets and pharmacy chains like ShopRite, CVS, and Walgreens surprised customers with bountiful displays of small pyrotechnics.As a result, local school superintendents have been discussing the matter, concerned that the items – which can be legally purchased by those 16 and up – may end up in schools, where fireworks are banned.Hoboken school officials sent home memos two weeks ago about the matter. One memo said, “If you walk into ShopRite or even CVS, you will now see boxes of Phantom novelty fireworks. Things such as sparklers, snaps and party … [Read more...] about Snap crackle…STOP! Local schools respond to legalization of ‘novelty’ fireworks