Among $37.7 million in preliminary Capital Improvement Requests for 2022 are allotments for an indoor firing range for the Solon Police Department and two rails-to-trails projects.
Five candidates are vying for three seats on the Orange Board of Education in the Nov. 2 general election. Incumbents Rebecca Boyle and Jeff Leikin are running for re-election and Scott Bilsky is running to retain his seat. He was appointed earlier this year after Deborah Kamat resigned. New…
The Chagrin Falls school district is one step closer to the construction of a new transportation facility, a project the school board has been working toward for years that was originally slated to begin in the summer of 2022.
Families living on North Pointe Drive scrambled near the start of the school year to determine whether their children would continue attending the Orange City School District or transfer to the Beachwood City Schools. Ultimately the issue was resolved, according to Orange Board of Education …
Upon the discovery of an additional victim, another indictment was made against former Solon High School band director Edward L. Kline, according to the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office.
An angry resident walked up to the podium and threw a stack of papers at a Chardon Board of Education member last week as the board considered several options for a districtwide policy on mask requirements.
An angry resident walked up to the podium and threw a stack of papers at a Chardon Board of Education member Wednesday before a vote was taken on a districtwide mask requirement.
After Orange Community Education and Recreation faced a deficit of $750,000 per quarter in October of 2020, the department ended fiscal year 2021 with a deficit of $64,545. Orange City School District Treasurer Todd Puster said that the work of Recreation Director Jill Korsok and her team si…
When Marilyn Thomas first took her seat on the Solon Board of Education more than 45 years ago, her motivation to serve centered not only on her two young sons at that time, but also every child in the district.
More than 100 parents and community members put the West Geauga Local School Board under fire during their regular meeting Monday in response to their mask mandate, calling them communists, threatening legal action and disrupting routine matters.