State lawmakers successfully worked to reduce the impact of an unexpected cut in state funding to public school districts, including those in Northeast Ohio.
When a new coach takes over the varsity reins of a high school athletic team, perhaps too often he or she emphasizes the need for a change in culture or a clean slate in order to build a successful program.
The Village of Glenwillow will be home next month to a $20 million Amazon distribution center, bringing in nearly 300 new jobs and occupying the largest available site left in the Diamond Business Park off of Pettibone Road.
Longtime Solon City School District Superintendent Joseph V. Regano was a nurturer and an educator. A compassionate and humble leader, he influenced the lives of thousands of Solon school children over more than three decades.
Ongoing talks between South Russell and residents of a private development ended in a stalemate, as officials announced that the village is unable to offer money to upgrade Paw Paw Lake Road to public street standards. Village officials, however, said at a Street Commission meeting on July 1…
Athlete, non-athlete; class clown, bookworm; popular, inconspicuous – it did not matter. When someone came knocking for a friendship, his door was always wide open.
CHESTER — The resignations of two fire department employees had township trustees questioning last week how to retain firefighters that are being funded through a levy approved by voters last year to pay for six new full-time positions.
The results are in, and they reflect much of what stakeholders have already discussed in previous public meetings regarding the fate of the Newbury Local Schools’ property.
The Chagrin Documentary Film Festival will look a little different this year, but the show must go on as the program adapts to the age of social distancing due to COVID-19.
He used to take his kids to Indians games, point up at the “Indians” script above the big scoreboard at Jacobs Field and tell them how their dad put that up there.
Hunter Jenkins knew he didn’t want to gamble with his playing time in college lacrosse, as the 2016 Solon graduate went on to start all four years with the Division III Terriers at Hiram.
The majority of parents responding to a recent Solon City School District survey indicated that their children did well with remote learning put into play after the state closed school buildings in mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic.
PEPPER PIKE — A flurry of questions were asked and opinions shared about the proposed development for the Beech Brook property during a three-hour virtual City Council session last week in which about 77 residents joined the meeting.
CHAGRIN FALLS — The Riverhaus townhome development on Cleveland Street and the South Spillway property received final and unanimous approval by the village Architectural Review Board last week, but with conditions.
Russell Township Citizens’ Park District board members voted this week to turn over $548,000 in grant money from the Clean Ohio Fund to the Geauga Park District to purchase 63 acres of forested land adjacent to Music Street.
He was 33 credit hours short of graduating from college when he decided to enlist in the U.S. Marines. His parents encouraged him to finish school, but his mind was made up.
Geauga Commissioner Ralph Spidalieri concluded the county board meeting Tuesday morning to address his statements from the previous week regarding the defacing and destruction of monuments being a “shootable offense,” stating his words were “taken out of context” and part of talks outside th…
PEPPER PIKE — Dominion Energy has paid $64,521 in engineering fees to repair Brainard Circle after a 30-inch gas main exploded on Nov. 15, city officials said.
The June 18 issue of the Times misstated the status of the switch from Central Collection Agency to the Regional Income Tax Agency in Gates Mills. Village Tax Administrator Bob Reitman said that starting July 1, RITA will accept tax returns. The Times regrets the error.
“I have a question for you,” Chardon City Manager Randy Sharpe said last week at the start of the State of the City meeting. “If 2020 was a drink, what would it be?” He paused. “Colonoscopy prep,” he quipped adding, “everyone must be muted because I hear nobody laughing.”
Containing one of the Geauga Park District’s oldest lodges, the Swine Creek Reservation is due for a facelift, and after months of master planning, the 614 acre park is on its way to getting just that with construction slated for 2021.