After an outbreak of brush fires, Schuylkill County is enacting a burn ban.
During the ban residents cannot burn things like trash or leaves outside.
They're also forbidden from lighting fires in fire pits, but grilling is still allowed.
The ban starts Friday and will last for 30 days.
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