The Kenston Bombers football team has enjoyed the friendly confines of Kenston Bomber Stadium all season. They continued to defend their home turf by slipping past Western Reserve Conference rival the Riverside Beavers 21-14 last Friday evening at Bainbridge Township.
On Tuesday, members of the Save Grove Hill Committee and the Western Reserve Land Conservancy will receive an Ohio Preservation Public Education and Awareness Award during an outdoor ceremony at the conservancy’s headquarters in Moreland Hills.
The West Geauga Wolverines football continued to flext their muscles in a 33-0 victory over Chagrin Valley Conference rival Chagrin Falls last Friday evening at Howell Field.
After setting a goal to capture first place after a third-place finish last year, the Gilmour Lancers boys’ golf team fell short of its ultimate goal.
Russell Township Trustees said that they have run into a financial barricade regarding the building of an 8,000-square-foot multi-purpose storage facility.
The Orange Board of Education unanimously approved a proposal to design the new front entrance at Orange High School at a cost of $79,450 at the board meeting last week. The project to create a new front entrance at the high school with security enhancements has been under discussion for two years.
Last week, the highly anticipated state report cards came with no overall A to F letter grades for each public school district, different from years past.
Tears hit the field at Bomber Stadium during pre-game festivities of Kenston High School’s varsity football game when more than 30 alumnae of the Bomberettes dance team returned to honor head coach Kathy Werner at the helm for 30 years.
The Times recently reported that Laura Heilman, wife of South Russell Village Council candidate Greg Heilman, is the building inspector. She is not in the role. The Times regrets this error.