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WOODMERE — After Mayor Ben Holbert vetoed two ordinances that council passed to cut his spending authority and require more oversight on council expenditures, Village Council members overturned his vetoes Monday night by a 6-1 vote. Council members explained that the village is losing money …

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Kenston 6-foot-3 junior Kyle Quinlan just knocked down his second 3-pointer for a 29-16 lead midway through the second quarter, and the Bomber cagers were well on their way during a season opener against Solon on Tuesday night in Bainbridge.

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Gilmour Academy must have had a holiday discount at Sherwin-Williams, because the Lancer cagers had no problem finding the paint during a boys hoops season opener against Cornerstone Christian Academy on Saturday night in Gates Mills.

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Gilmour Academy varsity ice hockey coach John Malloy is already in the Greater Cleveland Sports Hall as an icon in the high school hockey ranks, and his most recent accomplishment solidifies his legendary status even more.

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A third attempt by Burton Township Trustees last week to resolve a revenue-splitting agreement with Burton Village on two township properties put a hold on the village’s plans to go it alone.

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Liberty Ford officials confirmed Monday that the pending sale of their Aurora Road site in Solon is off the table, just one month after voters approved new mixed use zoning for that area.

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PEPPER PIKE — The Orange Board of Education voted to tear down the old Orange library at a cost of $201,000. The district still is paying for utilities in the old library, even though the new Orange Branch of the Cuyahoga County Public Library opened in 2015 across the street on Chagrin Boul…

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The following Chester residents received degrees during spring commencement at Ohio University in Athens: Daniel L. November, Master of Education; Brittany J. Demaske, B.S. in nursing; and Kasandra C. Beclay and Michael P. Traci, Bachelor of Business Administration.

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When Linda Creviston came to the city of Solon to lead the Blue Ribbon program in 2012 for individuals with special needs, she recalled finding a perfect niche.