Munson Township voters will have a choice for their next fiscal officer between a man with experience in the government’s workings and a semi-retired businessman making his first venture into politics.
Munson Township zoning officials approved the use of a house for overnight stays by on-call doctors and nurses, but a decision on a parking lot built without township approvals will wait for another day.
University Hospitals’ representatives asked for more time last week before Munson Township zoning officials decide to allow a new parking lot under construction that was never approved by the township.
For the 13th year, Geauga County Job and Family Services will be providing an opportunity for all of the county’s children to start school on the right foot.
Catching fish at the Walter C. Best Wildlife Preserve last week captivated and fascinated kids who were participating in the annual Fishing Event for Special Needs Children. With the help of many volunteers the children with special needs baited their hooks, cast their lines and reeled in the fish.
Geauga Park District’s Nature Scopes program has been introducing fifth-grade students to the fascinating world of binoculars for 16 years and it is impacting their lives, park naturalist Nora Sindelar said.
Munson Township Road Garage was issued a notice of violation by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency in February after a complaint was filed over the storage of materials onsite.
A Munson Township company showed its dedication to the community Monday, providing dollars that will benefit communications between law enforcement.
Geauga County residents will have a new recycling center later this year for unloading electronics, small appliances and hazardous wastes such as paint. Normally, people have to drive to the Geauga Trumbull Solid Waste Management District in Warren to dispose of the items or wait for their c…
A 36-year-old mother of five who played a pivotal role in the defrauding of $1.8 million of Geauga County taxpayer monies evaded a prison sentence last week in Geauga County Common Pleas Court.
Political newcomer and Democrat John P. Kennedy is challenging Republican incumbent State Rep. Sarah LaTourette in the Nov. 6 general election for the Ohio House of Representatives District 76 seat.
Voters in Chester and Munson townships will decide on three tax levy renewals each on their Nov. 6 ballots. The renewals will appear as Issues 25-27 on Chester ballots and Issues 33-35 on Munson ballots.
Two candidates are facing off in the Nov. 6 election for the position of Geauga County Auditor. Charles "Chuck" Walder of Russell Township is running in the Republican slot while Garrett Westhoven of Chester Township is the Democrat. Mr. Walder has lived in Russell for 30 years while Mr. Wes…
Munson Township Trustee James McCaskey called on his counterparts in Chardon Township last week to join in forming a single-hauler for residential pickups to combat irresponsible dumpers at the township’s recycling bins.
The Sisters of Notre Dame and Jennings unveiled a residential community Monday that will meet the needs of a rapidly aging congregation and population in Geauga County and Northeast Ohio.
The Chagrin Hunter Jumper Classic closed Sunday amid cheers, tears and rave reviews. The 10-day horse show celebrated nearly 70 years with sold-out stabling space for horses and beautiful weather conditions at the Cleveland Metroparks Polo Field in Moreland Hills.
Geauga representatives are looking to attract what they believe would be a boon for the county. Swagelok of Solon announced earlier this month that it is seeking a location for a new global innovation center and headquarters in Northeast Ohio.
The newest member of the Geauga Park District Board of Commissioners has done and continues to do business with the park district involving thousands of dollars yet has not violated Ohio ethics laws or park bylaws, according to state and local officials.
Three-term Burton Township Trustee James Dvorak upended incumbent Geauga County Commissioner Walter “Skip” Claypool in Tuesday’s Republican primary election.
Each year Geauga County fire department put out warnings to residents to obtain a burn permit for burning brush and each year they get calls for those fires igniting nearby fields.
The state has gone to court to shut down a Munson Township assisted-living facility it says was providing skilled nursing without having the appropriate license, failing to report injuries to residents as well as having dirty and unsanitary conditions.
A nine-month debate about public records law came to a close Tuesday when Geauga Park District Board of Commissioners member Andrej Lah read aloud a letter that has been the subject of litigation between the park district and a member of the preservation group, Protect Geauga Parks.
An Ohio court has been advised to rule that the Geauga Park District violated the state’s open records law when it denied a Russell Township resident’s request for a copy of a letter cited at an Aug. 8, 2017 park board meeting.
The Geauga County Health District Advisory Council voted last week to recommend the county health board place a renewal for a 0.2-mill, five-year levy on the November ballot, a year before the levy expires.
Despite Geauga County Auditor Frank Gliha’s April 3 resignation from his position and his request to be removed from the May 8 primary ballot, his name will still appear on ballots.