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Newlon Tire Gains Traction

For over a century, New Lexington’s Newlon Tire has rolled with the changes in the tire industry. The business has quite a legacy, dating back to 1914 with its founder Pearly Newlon. It has celebrated success as one of the most prominent in the eastern U.S. tire industry, led by Fay and Joy Newlon. The …

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Plan Ahead: National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month. This observance recognizes the importance of family and community disaster planning. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought home the need for readiness. Stay ahead of the curve – follow these steps and build your disaster plan today. Outline Your Guide Create a detailed plan of action that outlines your step-by-step approach …

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Trying to Catch Up on Bills?

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life for all of us. We understand that many families are experiencing financial troubles. If that’s you, we want to help you get back on track.  Since March, we’ve temporarily suspended disconnections for non-payment. As part of our return to standard business operations, service disconnections for past due customer accounts …

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AEP Ohio Gives $3K to Sandusky County Food Pantry

Times are tough, and the Sandusky Food Pantry is one of the organizations providing direct relief to those in need. AEP Ohio is proud to lend a hand and, together with the AEP Foundation, is donating $3,000 to help feed families in Sandusky County. The food pantry serves approximately 700 households with 14,000 meals per …

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AEP Ohio to Help Lawrence County Senior Center

Like many organizations affected by the coronavirus pandemic, the Lawrence County Senior Center has seen better days. Before COVID-19 hit, the center was already in a time of transition, operating out of a cramped single-wide mobile trailer until they could relocate into a bigger facility. Then the pandemic essentially shut down the operation. The health …

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AEP Ohio Gives $10K to Fight Domestic Violence in Southeastern Ohio

Domestic violence is not a new evil. Its increased menace during the time of COVID-19 is. According to Mary O’Doherty, executive director of the Ohio Domestic Violence Network (ODVN), the global pandemic has not only cut into the funding streams that support her member organizations’ 57 shelters, but it has created a more dangerous environment …

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