Solon girls soccer coach Lauren Wilson called her team’s season-opening shutout defeat to Akron Archbishop Hoban on Aug. 12 an eye-opener.
When West Geauga Wolverines’ senior forward Frankee Flesher fired a shot at the net, it looked like a missed scoring opportunity when Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin senior goalkeeper Maddy Kosier saved it.
It wouldn’t be the first week of high school football without the annual “Battle of 422” and the 2022 season is no different with Chagrin Falls hosting neighborhood rivals Kenston.
According to University School Preppers’ head Coach Ben Malbasa, the Preppers stomped a lot of grapes these past two seasons and are now ready to drink some wine.
Just one year ago, Solon rising sophomore wrestler Frank Aquila III was watching the Marine Corps Junior & 16U National Fargo Championships on his laptop.
In a matter of just three years, the city of Memphis had become home to Tyler Hammond. The Cleveland native said he didn’t foresee himself returning home any time soon.
BURTON – When a gunman opened fire last week at Hamlet Hills in Chagrin Falls it sent shockwaves through the Burton community that lost a generous and loving woman who had taken a job at the retirement home to be closer to her mother.
CHAGRIN FALLS – Village police Friday morning identified Frank Staton, 56, of Chardon as the suspect in the fatal shooting of two employees at Hamlet Village retirement community on Thursday.
The Joe Knautz Cancer Benefit Pull was held on the Geauga County Fairgrounds in Burton. The truck and tractor pull as well as the Chinese auction were held in honor of Knautz who lost his battle with liver and colon cancer in 2013. He was an avid truck and tractor puller as well as a foundi…
For nearly three decades in the 1950s through the 1970s, Barbara Woodward reigned as the head physical education teacher on the hardwood gym floor of the Chagrin Falls Philomethian School, now known as the Intermediate School. There are special teachers in every school and Mrs. Woodward’s im…
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