Meredith Bond, an experienced professor and administrator, filed her petition to run for the Orange Board of Education during the Nov. 5 general election. She said that she wants to offer Orange students an outstanding education while being fiscally responsible at the same time.
ORANGE — Amanda Kurland, the co-owner of Corky and Lenny’s, is running for a Village Council seat during the Nov. 5 general election. Mrs. Kurland will be competing for one of the four council seats in a field of six total candidates. Three seats up for grabs are for four-year terms, and one…
Orange City School District officials are expecting a drop in earnings on the system’s $31.5 million investment portfolio since the Federal Reserve Bank cut its benchmark interest rate in late July. The Fed cut the rate by 0.25 percent, the first decrease since 2008, according to Orange scho…
The three-phase renovation of Brady Middle School will be complete just in time for the start of the 2019-20 academic year for Orange City School District students next week.
Orange City School District Treasurer Todd Puster gave an overview of the fiscal year on Monday to the school board stating that the cash reserves are forecasted to decrease in the foreseeable future.
ORANGE — Council President Brandon Duber filed his petition to run for another term on Village Council, leaving Mayor Kathy Mulcahy unopposed so far in her pursuit of a seventh term during the Nov. 5 general election.
ORANGE — Staci Adelman Vincent announced her candidacy for a seat on Village Council. Ms. Vincent said that her experience in broadcast journalism and serving the Orange City School District allows her to connect easily with a diverse group of people.
ORANGE — Pradip Kamat, a 25-year-resident of the village, has thrown his hat in the ring for a council seat up for grabs on Nov. 5 in a bid to have a hand in shaping the community’s future.
ORANGE — Brent Silver is looking to increase his involvement in the village by running for a council seat this fall. With the intent of continuing former Councilman Ron Barron’s legacy, Mr. Silver pulled a petition at the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections last week.
ORANGE — After interviewing 15 candidates to fill the council seat vacated by the death of Ron Barron, Village Council appointed Alan Charnas to fill the spot. With prior experience in village affairs and a background in business, council members said Mr. Charnas was the best candidate for t…
ORANGE — Kids of all ages packed the Curiosity Cube at Pinecrest last week to try their hand at science and math experiments. The young scientists were inspired by the Curiosity Cube, a 22-by-15 foot shipping container with activities to learn about the periodic table of elements.
ORANGE — After Councilman Scott Bilsky recently learned about a meeting regarding development in the Chagrin Highlands, a discussion ensued with council and Mayor Kathy Mulcahy last week about transparency with her administration.
ORANGE — Council President Brandon Duber is asking council to consider requiring sidewalks in private developments. Mr. Duber said that the lack of sidewalks causes a safety hazard and the village is ultimately responsible for protecting residents.
ORANGE — Mayor Kathy Mulcahy pulled a petition with the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections to run for re-election this fall, continuing her longstanding position in the village.
CLEVELAND — Cuyahoga County residents will soon say goodbye to plastic bags as the county council banned single-use sacks at retail stores in an 8-3 vote last week.
ORANGE — The renovation to spruce up 53-year-old Brady Middle School is ramping up as the school year winds down. The renovation is in its third and final phase with a price tag of $3.9 million, but Director of Business Operations Ted Roseberry said that the project is running $50,000 under budget.
ORANGE — Orange firefighters are suiting up for the summer with their new fire truck, a pumper that boasts additional pumping ability and storage space. The pumper truck, delivered in April, is costing the village $460,000, Assistant Fire Chief Dan Fritz said.
ORANGE — Council President Brandon Duber last week pulled a petition from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections to run for mayor this fall and would face Mayor Kathy Mulcahy, who has served in the top village office since 1996.
Orange senior Eddie Harrell was the meet MVP, and deservedly so, but the depth of Lion sprinters was too much for Geneva to handle during the Chagrin Valley Conference track and field championship last week in Pepper Pike.
Moving up to the Chagrin Division, the Hawken School girls track and field team proved it could do more than hold its own during the Chagrin Valley Conference meet last week at Orange High School.
ORANGE — Treasurer Dana Kavander is working with the Regional Income Tax Agency to ensure that the village receives income taxes from employees working at stores in Pinecrest after a website error directed businesses to make the payments to other local municipalities.
Actors Benjamin Frayser and Anita Benedetti portrayed former President James A. Garfield and his wife, Lucretia, at the annual meeting for the Friends of the Orange Library on Sunday when the group planted a tree in memory of the famous couple.
ORANGE — Members of Village Council and the administration were mourning the loss of Councilman Ron Barron who died on April 16 at University Hospitals of Cleveland.
PEPPER PIKE — As Orange Community Education and Recreation offers more programming every year, the Orange City School District is looking for ways to pay for it all. The school district serves as the fiscal agent for OCER, and officials are considering increasing the recreation levy or the a…
ORANGE — Village Council earlier this month approved a variance for phase seven of the Lakes of Orange housing development after Council President Brandon Duber clarified requirements for acreage and open space in the project area.
ORANGE — The Orange Planning and Zoning Commission approved a revised preliminary plan for phase seven of the Lakes of Orange, a green-certified housing development near the intersection of Emery and Brainard roads. Houses are expected to cost between $400,000 and $700,000, according to Rand…
ORANGE — A plastic bag ban goes into effect Monday in the village, leaving businesses scrambling to get rid of their plastic bags and absorb the cost of the slightly more expensive paper bags.
ORANGE — Mayor Kathy Mulcahy announced last week that the village is asking the United States Postal Service for a Preferred Last Line designation for the three ZIP codes that cover Orange. After much confusion with the ZIP codes, Law Director Steve Byron wrote a letter to the postmaster in …
“Last year was an exciting year for the village as businesses started opening at Pinecrest,” Orange Village Mayor Kathy Mulcahy said during the Muffins with the Mayors meeting last week with other leaders of valley communities.
PEPPER PIKE — Orange High School Principal Paul Lucas is proposing changes to the school’s grading policy, including adding a percentage grade to report cards and adjusting the quality points system.
MORELAND HILLS — Renee Tuttle, principal of Moreland Hills Elementary School, is working toward training more teachers in the area of reading recovery, an intense intervention approach for first-graders struggling with reading.
ORANGE — The Beachwood youth knew not to touch heroin or cocaine. The 12-year-old had been told drugs were bad, that his brain might look like a fried egg if he consumed drugs. But then again, when his buddy smoked a little pot and offered him some, it just seemed so innocent. “It was great,…
ORANGE — Law Director Steve Byron advised Orange Village Council to change their charter language to clarify the mayor’s veto authority after a similar issue landed the city of Mayfield Heights in court in 2005.
Regionalism is what the Chagrin/Southeast Hazmat Response Team is all about. Everyone benefits from a small investment that offers great capabilities, said Mark Vedder, director of the team and a Chagrin Falls firefighter. The hazmat team serves 33 communities in the Chagrin Valley and beyond.
ORANGE — Mayor Kathy Mulcahy proposed an extension of a $5 million recreational trail project to connect with the Orange City School District campus, offering children the chance to ride their bikes and walk to school.
PEPPER PIKE — Instead of having Chromebook charging stations in each classroom in Brady Middle School, Orange City School District Superintendent Lynn Campbell proposed using that money to update the science rooms.