We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

  • 0

Retired Geauga County Sheriff Daniel Claire McClelland, 67, died Wednesday after a long illness, officials from the sheriff’s office announced.

  • Updated
  • 0

CHAGRIN FALLS — Village Council on Monday approved the Chagrin Valley Jaycees’ Blossom Time plan for an autumn fest but denied the organization’s request to offer alcoholic beverages in a tent during the four-day event.

  • Updated
  • 0

One Solon councilman asked that pressure be put on the owner of the former Liberty Ford property to clean up the vacant site on Aurora Road and tackle any remediation, according to documents obtained by the Times.

  • 0

The Chardon Hilltoppers baseball team was riding a high after a wild game against Western Reserve Conference rivals the Kenston Bombers on April 7 when they snatched victory from the jaws of defeat by scoring two runs in the bottom of the seventh to walk it off. It seemed that Chardon was be…

  • 0

The Chagrin Falls Tigers girls lacrosse team was preparing to play their season opener on April 5 against the Hudson Explorers. Their previously scheduled season opener against the Hawken Hawks had been canceled due to the snowstorm that greeted Northeast Ohio on the first day of April.

  • 0

After a promising start to the 2021 season Chagrin Falls Tigers baseball head coach Michael Sweeney said that that he couldn’t have asked for a better start from his team. Despite losing a handful of seniors in the lost 2020 campaign Chagrin Falls was still returning the bulk of its pitching…

  • 0

Kenston Bombers head baseball coach Bob Ford didn’t deny that his team was off to a slow start in the 2021 season. The Bombers started off with a 1-3 record and it seemed that very little was going right for them. Kenston’s third loss came in walk-off fashion as Western Reserve Conference ri…

  • 0

Chagrin Falls Tigers boys lacrosse coach Paul Corto said he knew that the 2021 season was going to present a unique challenge. The goal remained the same as ever which was to repeat as Division II champions, but the four-year head coach expressed that the Tigers would have their work cut out…

  • 0

Lady Comets endure growing pains as they drop twin bill to Aurora

  • 0

After countless hours of working with venues and collaboration with the student body, Chardon High School’s outdoor commencement ceremony is expected to take place at 7:30 p.m. on May 28 at Chardon Memorial Field.

  • 0

University School Preppers baseball coach Rob McNerney said that he knew that the team was going to struggle when it opened the season. The Preppers saw a handful of seniors depart in the lost year known as the 2020 season. This year’s team was going to be filled with several new faces.

  • 0

After having to wait close to two years Chardon Hilltoppers softball head coach Stewart Landies said the team could not have been more ecstatic to return to the diamond. Chardon was slated to open the 2021 season against Canfield on April 2, but the third-year coach received notice that ther…

  • 0

Hilltoppers go .500 first-ever Topper Baseball Classic

  • 0

The Hawken boys lacrosse team welcomed the beginning of April by having almost 2 inches of snow dumped on the turf of Walton Stadium. Head coach Dan Usaj said there was no way they could get the field cleared in time for its Friday game against the Revere Minutemen so he reached out to the R…

  • 0

Like all teams in the Northeast Ohio region the Solon Comets boys lacrosse team is trying to find its footing after a lost season in 2020 due to the pandemic. It has been a greater challenge for Solon as head coach David Blue stepped down forcing the program to find a replacement. Head coach…

  • 0

Berkshire High School seniors have reason to celebrate this year. Graduation for the class of 2021 is scheduled to take place in person at the Geauga County Fairgrounds on June 1.

  • 0

PEPPER PIKE — The Pepper Pike Police Department is due for a makeover to the tune of $850,000. City Council voted to enter into a contract with architectural firm Bialosky Cleveland to make needed renovations in the police department to improve safety conditions for officers, meet ADA requir…

  • 0

Ever since Hawken Hawks boys lacrosse coach Dan Usaj took over for the 2018 season he has been trying to grow the program into a model of sustained success. The Hawks’ biggest hurdle in the postseason the last several years has been running into the powerhouses that are either Chagrin Valley…