The Ohio General Assembly last week extended the March 17 primary election allowing registered voters to cast absentee ballots by mail through April 28.
Gov. Mike DeWine signed House Bill 197 into law last Friday offering temporary emergency relief in response to the COVID-19 health emergency. The bill includes a wide variety of changes ranging from education to healthcare to utilities, all tools to mitigate the impact of the contagious and …
As COVID-19, a novel coronavirus, spreads throughout the state, everyday life for many Ohioans has been turned upside down. One of the biggest changes has been Gov. Mike DeWine’s order to close all non-essential businesses, which will impact the economy for months.
Orange City School District Superintendent Lynn Campbell announced Monday that the Orange High School locker room and front entrance renovation project is on hold due to the worldwide outbreak of COVID-19 that has shut down the schools and other operations.
BAINBRIDGE –– Township trustees tabled an agreement with the Western Reserve Land Conservancy at a meeting last week concerning fencing approval of the two dog parks at Centerville Mills.
With state mandates restricting large gatherings due to COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, or even leaving the house unless necessary, local governing officials are grappling with how to maintain public meetings.
Students and parents alike are making adjustments as they wrap their heads around distance learning under Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s March 12 order to close schools for an “extended spring break.”
WOODMERE — Council’s temporary suspension of credit card use in the village is preventing the police and fire chiefs from purchasing personal protective equipment needed for first responders, according to top officials.
WOODMERE — Village Council members have a position to fill now that Councilman Charles Smith resigned on March 17 after his recent election to the post. Mr. Smith, who served as mayor of the village from 2010-2017, said that his resignation was effective immediately.
Giant Eagle is temporarily bringing back plastic bags at cash registers to help combat the contagious COVID-19, a novel coronavirus. The grocery store chain recently eliminated plastic bags from its Cuyahoga County locations on Jan. 1 in an effort to improve their sustainability practices.
WOODMERE — The village is likely to receive grant money for the Chagrin Boulevard widening project next year instead of this year. That is due to a conflict with the timeline of the project and the grant application deadline for the Ohio Public Works Commission.
Jonathan Kostoff scouted the Kenston girls soccer team twice this past fall, first during a 1-1 draw against Mayfield and then a 2-1 loss against Chagrin Falls.
Gilmour Academy 15th-year head varsity hockey coach John Malloy might have been feeling sorry for his players, including four seniors who punched their program’s first state final-four ticket since 2011.
Solon fifth-year head wrestling coach Audie Atienza was already on the road to Columbus with 160-pound senior Jack Mack, who was set to make his state wrestling debut last Thursday at Ohio State University’s Schottenstein Center.
Solon 13-year-old Dominic Roberto was just getting settled on the 7 1/2-meter platform during his second season diving that height at the 2019 USA Diving Junior National Championships this past August in Tennessee.
Cuyahoga Common Pleas Judge David Matia ruled in favor of the Hunting Valley Village Planning and Zoning Commission in the Roundwood Manor lawsuit, meaning that the mansion cannot be converted to luxury condominiums.
Delay of the March 17 primary election in Ohio has candidates and supporters of issues in Geauga and Cuyahoga counties wondering, what’s next?
Area religious institutions are adapting and changing practices in light of the coronavirus pandemic, with some modifying services or closing their doors temporarily. That includes Christian, Catholic, Muslim and Jewish congregations with some canceling in-person worship and others cutting b…
CHARDON — City Council members are ready to move forward with the hiring of a commercial development firm and last week asked the company to propose a contract.
Business owners throughout the Chagrin Valley, Solon and Geauga County are scrambling to retain customers during the COVID-19 health crisis ongoing in Ohio and across the globe.
Every school in Ohio is in a bind after Gov. Mike DeWine ordered the closure of all schools from March 16 through April 3 to slow the spread of the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. He announced the mandatory closing in a press conference on March 12.
Mayor Bruce Mavec of Hunting Valley worked quickly to address a letter that was mailed out last week to encourage residents to vote down the Orange Community Education and Recreation levy renewal that was supposed to be on the Tuesday primary ballot. Director of the Ohio Department of Health…
Gov. Mike DeWine announced Thursday that all kindergarten through 12th grade schools will be closed through at least April 3 to slow the spread of the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. Students still will attend classes on Friday and Monday. The order to close schools goes into effect at …