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The gals from Chagrin Valley Country Club were solely focused on splitting their points with Westwood Country Club during the final team play of the Cleveland Women’s Golf Association last Thursday at their home links in Moreland Hills.

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Newbury Township Trustees agreed last week that they will remove themselves from the Newbury Joint Recreation Board in the future, but want to move slowly to allow for a smooth transition to an independent organization.

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This week, citizens are being asked to weigh in on their broadband connection because Solon officials are still deciding whether the city should become an internet provider for residents and businesses.

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ORANGE — Amanda Kurland, the co-owner of Corky and Lenny’s, is running for a Village Council seat during the Nov. 5 general election. Mrs. Kurland will be competing for one of the four council seats in a field of six total candidates. Three seats up for grabs are for four-year terms, and one…

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MORELAND HILLS — Ethan Spencer, who is running for council during the Nov. 5 general election, said he wants to bring a new perspective to the village leadership.

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Orange City School District officials are expecting a drop in earnings on the system’s $31.5 million investment portfolio since the Federal Reserve Bank cut its benchmark interest rate in late July. The Fed cut the rate by 0.25 percent, the first decrease since 2008, according to Orange scho…

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WOODMERE — Village Council appointed Rhonda Hall as the new treasurer last week. Mrs. Hall replaces Tom Cornhoff, who served as the village treasurer for 22 years and retired in May.

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Newbury Township Trustees agreed last week that they will remove themselves from the Newbury Joint Recreation Board in the future, but want to move slowly to allow for a smooth transition to an independent organization.

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In some areas, canvassing has already begun to verify addresses for the 2020 Census, according to a Monday news briefing by the U.S. Census Bureau.

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Plans surrounding the rotting deck of the Veterans Legacy Woods’ banquet center remain unclear within the Geauga Park District; nonetheless, the district’s Board of Commissioners decided to leave the deck standing and may continue taking reservations at the facility in the meantime.

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With students slated to begin classes on Aug. 20, the West Geauga Local School District is preparing for the 2019-20 academic season by completing summer projects including maintenance upgrades, improved school security, technology and transportation.

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Melissa Hoover of Bentleyville was named to the dean’s list for spring semester at Kent State University.

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The Cleveland Futbol Club 17-and-under girls weren’t quite as dominant as the USA women’s national team in group play, but they didn’t have Thailand to beat up on for a 13-0 victory like in the FIFA World Cup.

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The only squad with four linkers shooting under 100 strokes, the Chagrin Falls girls golf team finished runner-up during the Chagrin Valley Conference preseason tournament on Monday at Punderson State Park’s par-72 course in Newbury.

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U.S. Rep. Marcia Fudge told constituents at a crowded town hall meeting last Saturday that the Green New Deal is not strong enough to impact significant change. “It has no meat. It has no teeth.”