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A parent of a child in the Chardon Local School District questioned the board of education Monday as to why a report on bullying that showed zero instances failed to note that she had filed two written complaints regarding her child.

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The Chardon Board of Education approved the hiring of Deb Armbruster for the district’s open treasurer position at a special meeting on May 24.

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Setting clocks forward and glimpses of warmer temperatures signal spring is on the way, and for local public school districts that means preparing and making decisions on interdistrict open enrollment.

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The Geauga County Educational Service Center and its Vocational Consortium play a major role in the lives of students with learning disabilities who are seeking to train for jobs. Mandi Baggett has been with the center for 12 years and is the career assessment specialist for the vocational c…

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The Ohio 11th District Court of Appeals affirmed on Monday a lower court’s ruling that Chardon School officials could not be held accountable for the Feb. 27, 2012 shooting that left three dead, one paralyzed and two wounded.

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Just when the Kenston girls basketball team moved back to a frontrunner position in the Western Reserve Conference, the Lady Bombers’ chase for a league title started to slip during a home clash against Chardon on Saturday afternoon in Bainbridge.

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At the beginning of each school year, students are equipped with new backpacks, shiny folders and fresh packs of markers in every color. But where do those plastic markers go once they inevitably dry out after being put to good use for art classes, science projects and the occasional doodle …

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Chardon Local School District’s annual report card results provide the district with valuable data on what is being done well and what needs improvement, but doesn’t tell the whole story, Superintendent Michael Hanlon said.

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The Kenston cross-county boys weren’t favored to win but that didn’t stop them from defending their title during the sixth annual Frank Gibas Invitational on Saturday at their home 5-kilometer course in Bainbridge.