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PEPPER PIKE — Residents have crowded into many meetings at City Hall over the last year to question the proposed town center at the Beech Brook property, with traffic as one of their biggest concerns. Bryan Stone and Steve Bittence of Axiom Development Group have said that the tax revenue fr…

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ORANGE — Council President Brandon Duber proposed a change to the village’s code that would block peddlers and canvassers from leaving literature at homes with the Do Not Knock sticker. The point of registering a home on the Do Not Knock list, he said, is to keep unwanted visitors off the pr…

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The Russell Township Citizens Park District’s 1-mill levy, now officially dubbed Issue 3, will appear on the March 17 ballot for this year’s primary election to potentially pay for the purchase of 64 acres of property on Music Street.

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PEPPER PIKE — As the rezoning discussion continues for the Beech Brook land, Bryan Stone and Steve Bittence of Axiom Development Group took time to clarify their vision for that area. Axiom is under contract to purchase the 68 acres of land with the intent of building a town center.

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Falling behind during a five-on-three shorty in the first period, the University School Icemen fought an uphill battle throughout the majority of their Great Lakes Hockey League clash with Holy Name on Sunday in Cleveland Heights.

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West Geauga girls basketball clinched its first winning campaign in more than a decade during its 71-49 road rout of defending Chagrin Valley Conference champion Orange on Saturday afternoon in Pepper Pike.

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Gilmour Academy’s reserves already subbed in and were making their marks, while Archbishop Hoban was still without a bucket during a Holy Cross boys hoops battle on Friday night in Gates Mills.

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Matthew Logrande of Chardon graduated summa cum laude with Gamma Alpha Kappa honors and received a B.A. in communication studies during winter commencement at Ashland University.

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Despite the outward disapproval of district parents in previous community meetings, the West Geauga Board of Education approved the reconfiguration of the elementary schools Monday night. In the same vote, the board also approved the establishment of one or more stakeholder committees to eas…

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PEPPER PIKE — After months of dealing with trash left at Pepper Pike City Hall, residents are no longer permitted to leave rubbish and recyclables at the service center on weekends. Service Director Bob Girardi said that employees arrived on Monday mornings to find an excessive amount of tra…

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Two Solon residents received scholarships during fall semester at Baldwin Wallace University: Matthew Maloney, a graduate of Saint Ignatius High School majoring in instrumental performance, earned the E.S. and M.R. Griffiths Scholarship, and Jessica Uguccini, a graduate of Solon High School …

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When a hockey player gets knocked out of the game on a penalty, the ensuing power play is an opportunity for his teammates to make the opposing team pay for it on the scoreboard.

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The Solon boys came two points shy of defending their throne, while the Lady Comets showcased their freshman standouts during the eight-team Greater Cleveland Conference championship on Saturday at Cleveland State University’s Busbey Natatorium.

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Solon’s 11-point lead in the third quarter dwindled to three, 42-39, with three minutes left in the period during the Comet cagers’ league game against Strongsville on Friday night at their home gymnasium.

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Ball security took a front-row seat for the Solon girls, who were without freshman point guard Chyanne Hatcher-Turbeville during a Greater Cleveland Conference hoops collision with Strongsville on Saturday afternoon at their home gym.