COLUMBUS, Ohio — A resurgence of bedbugs across the U.S. has homeowners and apartment dwellers taking desperate measures to eradicate the tenacious bloodsuckers, with some relying on dangerous outdoor pesticides and fly-by-night exterminators.
Matt Leingang, Associated Press Writer
, August 31, 2010
Roaches are also being reported in area
WORTHINGTON — Bedbugs — those creepy crawly critters that bite humans and suck their blood in the middle of the night — are stirring up trouble in the area again.
Update received Wednesday from sanitarian Jason Kloss
WORTHINGTON — Nobles-Rock Community Health Services board members received an update Wednesday afternoon from sanitarian Jason Kloss on the bedbug infestations found in several Worthington properties in recent weeks.
Public health asks people to watch for, treat infestations
WORTHINGTON — Two more cases of bedbug infestations have been reported to Nobles-Rock Community Health Services in the last week, bringing the total number of investigations to four.
Sunset Inn problems addressed immediately, owners say
WORTHINGTON — The owners of a Worthington motel treated for the presence of bedbugs in mid-December want to ensure the public that they have taken every step possible to eliminate the pests from their rooms.
Bedbug infestations found — and dealt with — at Sunset Inn, family rental unit WORTHINGTON — The Nobles-Rock Community Health Services board on Wednesday discussed a couple of bedbug infestations discovered in recent weeks in Worthington.
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