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Isabelle Beg and Sam Prendergast of Chagrin Falls were named to the dean’s list for fall semester at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana.

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Student loans will not be a concern for Alexis Brown, 17, of Munson. The West Geauga senior won a $141,000 merit scholarship to Thiel College, a private liberal arts college in Greenville, PA.

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The most recent letter sent out by the West Geauga Board of Education indicates an urgency to take action regarding the former Newbury School property. It also criticizes the Newbury Township Board of Trustees for failure to act decisively.

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Numbers of positive COVID-19 cases among the students and staff in the Solon School District is decreasing, while district officials remain committed to in-person learning, Superintendent Fred Bolden said last week.

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Education has been a part of Bainbridge resident Joe Davis’ life since 1951. His involvement in and love of education has been a lifelong commitment. And now, at 92, he has maintained that commitment and is ardent about being an active volunteer in delivering books to Amish schools in Geauga…

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The Chagrin Falls School District announced on Monday that they have pushed back their return dates again due to the recent rise in positive COVID-19 cases.

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Despite a rise in COVID-19 cases, the Solon School District does not foresee changing from their current in-person educational model following winter break, Tamara Strom, communications director, said this week.

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It’s not every day that toddlers receive a free book; nonetheless, receiving a book from the First Lady of the state of Ohio, but that is exactly what happened when Fran DeWine visited the Bainbridge Public Library last week.

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Three sports teams at Orange High School have a temporary halt in their games and matches due to the spread of COVID-19 among athletes. The freshman and junior varsity boys basketball teams, the varsity coed hockey team and the varsity coed wrestling team all have a one week “pause” in their…

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After hosting a successful vaccine clinic for its staff members, the Orange City School District plans to have an on-campus vaccine clinic for its students ages 5-11. Rite Aid confirmed their willingness to come to the campus, Superintendent Lynn Campbell said last week, although not as soon…

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Patrick Freund of Pepper Pike was initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi at The Ohio State University.