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CHAGRIN FALLS — In nearly an hour and a half of testimonies, parents, alumni and other community members came forward Wednesday to share their grievances or support of the Chagrin Falls schools’ Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice Task Force.

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Geauga County Commissioners voted 2-1 on Tuesday paving the way for the Geauga County Board of Elections to hire an attorney for advice on the upcoming move to the administration building now under construction.

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PEPPER PIKE — Several residents voiced concerns about the cost to connect to the new sewer line on Gates Mills Boulevard. Depending on the plumbing set-up at each house, some residents said that their costs could hit $30,000.

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WOODMERE — Village Council will host a committee of the whole meeting on Aug. 4 at 6 p.m. to gather information about medical marijuana dispensaries. Mayor Ben Holbert has received inquiries from three dispensaries about setting up their business in Woodmere. Following those presentations, c…

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GATES MILLS — Residents demanded answers about constant power outages from Dean Hayne, regional external affairs representative for FirstEnergy. With the heavily wooded areas and low population density in Gates Mills, residents said they are often at the end of the line to have their power r…

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CHAGRIN FALLS — Business owner Chris Swanson says he wants village residents to decide if barber shops belong in office buildings and has mounted a petition drive to put the question on the ballot this November.

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With an uptick in cases of COVID-19 and the more transmissible Delta variant across the country, Geauga County residents are on their way to protecting themselves from adverse reactions to the virus. Without full U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval, however, herd immunity is unlikely.

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GATES MILLS — Members of Village Council have stated a significant change in the revenue sharing agreement for the Gates Mills Land Conservancy levy this fall and plan to inform residents of the proposed shift in funds.

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GATES MILLS — William Mangelluzzi, 48, of Gates Mills pleaded guilty in federal court on July 13 to charges for his role in a conspiracy to operate an illegal gambling business and attempted income tax evasion, according to Acting U.S. Attorney Bridget M. Brennan.

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GATES MILLS — Residents engaged in what resembled a community forum at the Village Council meeting on Tuesday regarding the upcoming levy for the Gates Mills Land Conservancy, a topic that has drawn much attention since officials announced a potential change in the revenue sharing agreement.

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NEWBURY — Township trustees are seeking methods to make a dangerous crossroads in the community safer after a car crash resulted in the death of two Cuyahoga County men last month.

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Due to new legislation passed by the Ohio General Assembly last week, Solon will see a significant decrease in American Rescue Plan Act funding through the federal government, according to city officials.

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RUSSELL — Six Republican candidates for the U.S. Senate spoke at the Primary 2022 Preview at The Club at Hillbrook on Sunday, hosted by the Western Reserve Women’s Republican Club. About 200 guests gathered to hear from Bernie Moreno, Jane Timken, J.D. Vance, Mike Gibbons, Neil Patel and Mar…