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Surrendering a 12-2 run in the first quarter, the Orange boys basketball team’s perfect mark at home was tested in a non-league clash against University School (13-6) on Friday night in Pepper Pike.

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Jack Ellis of Chagrin Falls was named to the dean’s list for fall semester at Capital University in Bexley, Ohio.

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The Chagrin Valley Times was named Ohio Newspaper of the Year last week by the Ohio News Media Association.

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Geauga County Commissioners are seeking to remove Geauga County Probate Judge Timothy Grendell from hearing appeals on sewer assessments for two Chardon Township residents.

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WOODMERE — Council members questioned the value of attending conferences and various types of training sessions as travel proposals are trickling in. Benefits Coordinator Eric Hammond is requesting to attend the Ohio State Auditor’s Office training in Columbus from April 7-9 at a cost of abo…

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About 150 business, political, community leaders and residents turned out last week to hear the State of Geauga talk that featured some of the county’s oldest traditions, some of its newest opportunities and what challenges it faces.

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As fire Chief Frank Zugan stressed each word of the name Chagrin Falls Suburban Volunteer Fireman’s Association, fellow first-responders in the firehouse training and meeting room sat back and chuckled at the mouthful, agreeing that while there is nothing inherently wrong with the name, it n…

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With the demolition of the Lynch house about three weeks away, developments continue to unfold, including the possibility of moving the home before it meets the wrecking ball.

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PEPPER PIKE — The public hearing scheduled for tonight, an opportunity for residents to comment on the proposed Beech Brook rezoning, was delayed until an indefinite date in March, according to Mayor Richard Bain.

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The state of Ohio acted quickly last week to seek a court order to correct what officials said could be a “catastrophic” outcome at a Claridon Township dairy farm where manure storage pits are threatening to overflow, contaminating nearby waterways.

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Solon’s Fire Chief William J. Shaw, instrumental in building the department, plans to retire in late March. He leaves a legacy of being a caring and consummate team player, Mayor Edward H. Kraus said.

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WOODMERE — Village officials are working quickly to replace former Treasurer Rhonda Hall, who resigned mid-January after five months on the job. Mayor Ben Holbert plans to reach out to an applicant for the position while Law Director Frank Consolo reached out to Tom Cornhoff, who served as t…

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Solon City Council members Monday unanimously rescinded a nine-month moratorium on redevelopment at the Uptown Solon Shopping Center just one week after approving the initial action.

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Residents in Geauga County can once again toss their glass bottles and jars in the recycling bins at their local drop-off facilities with a new contract in place for the Geauga Trumbull Solid Waste Management District. The material, however, is not being recycled, but reused – for landfills.

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Coming off its lowest-scoring quarter of the season, the Chagrin Falls girls faced a 20-14 halftime deficit during a home clash against league rival Orange on Saturday afternoon at Quesinberry Gymnasium.