AUBURN — Little tykes will finally be able to romp and rock about the community park with the township’s purchase of more age-appropriate playground equipment suitable for toddlers and younger.
BAINBRIDGE — Members of the Kenston community are continuing to mourn the loss of high school senior Cameron Toth, 18, who died after a car accident last Friday.
AUBURN — With the details finalized for the federal holiday’s ceremonies, everything has “fallen into place” for the township’s Memorial Day services this year, Trustee Patrick J. Cavanagh reported Monday.
AUBURN — Trustees approved an increase in the 2021 contract with the Auburn Volunteer Fire Department for an additional $334,555 during their Monday meeting.
AUBURN — The township is working through a tentative schedule for this year’s Memorial Day celebration, trying to get as close to normal as possible during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The commencement ceremony for Kenston High School is slated to take place on May 25 at 6 p.m. at Bomber Stadium. The ceremony is usually held at Parkside Church in Bainbridge, but this year the graduation will be outdoors and socially distanced due to the COVID-19 pandemic, school officials said.
The Geauga Commissioners approved several bids for road and bridge projects throughout the county for more than $1.3 million, in addition to two contracts not to exceed $75,000 for the Department of Water Resources.
AUBURN — With Ohio Sunshine Law anticipated to impede progress of the township’s newly appointed internet task force, the trustees decided to dissolve the committee into a resident volunteer group Monday.
AUBURN — The township received two donations totaling $150,000 from the former Auburn Community Church last week for cemetery improvements and museum accessibility.
AUBURN — Township Trustees are exploring the possibility of refinancing two loans from 2011 and 2016 to potentially save the township up to about $860,000 with interest rates at all-time lows.
Thinking the township needs to start getting back to normal sooner rather than later, Auburn Township Trustee Patrick J. Cavanagh said the township should hold a proper ceremony to honor fallen soldiers.
AUBURN — Despite starting the year off with an appeals case in court, Auburn Township will come out of 2020 with a new park pavilion and strong community support toward their volunteer fire department.
The Kenston Board of Education on Monday issued a commendation to Timmons Elementary School staff members Kathleen Bower, Holly Gedeon, Eileen Kubas and Linda Nutter for receiving the Ohio Department of Education’s Purple Star designation.
The Kenston Local School District is set to begin school on Aug. 31 with most children heading back to classrooms where safety precautions will be in place due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, officials said during a Monday board of education meeting.
AUBURN — Township trustees approved two levies for the upcoming Nov. 3 ballot on Monday night, including the renewal of a 1-mill road levy and the addition of a 1.8-mill continuing fire levy to help pay for an upswing in emergency calls.
After receiving a state PPE grant, a local Auburn Township manufacturer is doing its part to ensure Ohioans have access to personal protective equipment in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
When the Kenston Local School District released its reopening plan last week, the district was met with a barrage of opposition from parents who were concerned about the safety of their children during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Celebrations for Memorial Day will look different across the Chagrin Valley and Geauga County this season as community leaders are forced to adjust their plans in the wake of the COVID-19 health crisis.
AUBURN — The board of trustees had a bumpy ride before the start of their regular meeting on Monday as Chairman John Eberly drove into the side of the East Washington Street administration building.
AUBURN — After the Board of Zoning Appeals unanimously denied several variance requests from Redwood USA, LLC in a standing room only meeting last week, longtime resident Dee Belew questioned procedures, noting the lack of trustees’ involvement and public notification.
Residents would likely recommend the Kenston Local School District to a friend. That was one of the results of a community survey presented to the board of education Monday by the Kenston Citizens Advisory Committee.
Drone teams from the Geauga County Emergency Services Department were out at LaDue Reservoir Monday searching for a possible missing boater. Auburn Fire Chief John Phillips said a call came in about 7:15 p.m. A passer-by reported a possible boater in distress, and a flashing light was seen o…
Those meeting with Auburn Trustees Monday had an inside look at just how the township road department maintains and cares for its roads and what its plans are for the next five years.
Auburn park goers will have a place in the future to gather for a picnic lunch under a new pavilion at the Auburn Community Park off Munn Road. Township trustees learned this week that Auburn is the recipient of a NatureWorks grant for $30,145.
Geauga County Commissioners on Tuesday approved a $4.02 million contract with Workman Industrial Services, Inc. for the Auburn Corners Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion and Troy Oaks Pump Station.
AUBURN — A portion of Stafford Road, which once saw horse and buggy traffic, is expected to get some major upgrades. The township is seeking an Ohio Public Works Commission grant of $300,000 for the project.
Two Troy Township property owners are suing the Great Lakes Cheese Company, claiming an expansion project for the cheese-packaging company has robbed them of enjoyment of their properties because of the bright lights, noise and dust and dirt from the project.
AUBURN — Tangent Company, LLC is offering a new solution for wastewater treatment to purify septic system discharge and eliminate bacterial pathogens. Paul Rice, president and CEO of Tangent, said that the company’s new system uses a fine filter to remove bacteria and most viruses.
Redwood Apartment Neighborhoods, a builder of high-end apartment units, is seeking to build on property in Auburn Township. The company is interested in 31 acres at the southeast corner of Route 422 and Ravenna Road (Route 44).