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Butler Power Outages Caused by Weather
Broadband enhancement has become an agenda item taking center-stage at counties across rural America. The COVID-19 pandemic, aside from its obvious impact on the health and wellness of communities, has
Hamilton, Ohio, residents to see increase in water, wastewater rates beginning in January. Rates will see gradual increase over the next five years.
UPDATE: Power outages in Kettering dwindle to less than 100 customers, AES Ohio map indicates – WHIO TV 7 and WHIO Radio
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AES Ohio reported almost 2,000 power outages Thursday morning across the Miami Valley.
First Energy is now saying the power will be turned off in Hubbard on Thursday, not Wednesday, as previously announced.
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LMU is working to restore power as quickly and safely as possible.
A traffic accident is believed to be responsible for a power outage leaving more than 4,700 homes and businesses without electricity on Thursday.
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Power Outage FAQs
What is Power Outage?
Power outage (also called a power cut, a power blackout, power failure or a blackout) is a short-term or a long-term loss of the electric power to a particular area.
What Causes Power Outages?
- Severe weather (high winds, lightning, winter storms, heat waves, rain or flooding can cause damage to power lines or equipment);
- Other damage to electric transmission lines (vehicle accidents, trees, and animals can cause damage to power lines or equipment);
- Repairing, maintenance or upgrades on power lines and equipment.
What are the Top Outage Safety Tips?
- Stay away from the downed power lines, park vehicles in protected areas;
- Unplug appliances and electronics, limit cell phone use to conserve battery life;
- Use portable generators outdoors only, well away from open windows and doors;
- Pack perishable foods into a cooler, keep refrigerator and freezer doors shut as much as possible.