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An estimated 200 potential bone marrow donors turned out Sunday in in support of local fire marshal Jim Finley and the search for a match and the transplant treatment that will keep his Leukemia at bay.

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In honor of the holiday season, we reached out to some of our local friends this year and asked them to revisit their childhood and pen letters to dear ol’ Santa Claus. Inside today’s newspaper, you’ll find “grown-up” letters from elected officials, law enforcement personnel, business owners…

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The ninth annual Chagrin Falls New Year’s Eve Popcorn Ball Drop is making its triumphant return this year and the Chagrin Falls Historical Society is celebrating by presenting two historic films with a local flair.

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The trails of Holbrook Hollows were filled with holiday spirit when runners donned ugly Christmas sweaters to brace the brisk temperatures on Sunday morning to be a part of Homeless Hookup CLE’s annual Ugly Sweater 5K toy drive charity event.

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Jack and Jane Zilly have been generously helping Northeast Ohioans in need for more than three decades. For the last two years, the couple have been offering up the driveway of their South Russell home to collect donations for a local food pantry.

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Joann Fariello was inspired to start the adult dementia support group, Companions on the Journey, in July for herself and fellow members of her church after a conversation with a minister on how God helps bring out the good in everything.

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In the suburbs of the Chagrin Valley, there has always been a spirit of giving. Many generous individuals find ways to help those in need, especially around the holidays. Despite the area’s reputation as a wealthy neighborhood, there are people struggling financially who could use a helping …

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As the post-pandemic “new normal” settles in, there are new trends emerging across the economy. Restaurants are seeking more outdoor seating, retail stores are retaining their no-contact pickup and delivery services, and more people are working from home.

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On Dec. 4, members of the Chagrin Falls Police Department will hold its annual “Shop with a Cop” program and are now collecting donations to fund the event dedicated to the happiness of local families in need.

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A holiday tree lighting is resuming this year in Solon, marking a kick off to a handful of holiday events presented by the Solon Center for the Arts.

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CHAGRIN FALLS — Downtown parks in the village soon will be busy as civic and religious groups prepare for the winter holidays. On Monday, Village Council unanimously approved applications from six organizations planning events.

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Today, in honor of Veterans Day, former Solon police officer Anthony Longino-Thomas will march alongside his own.

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The Solon City School District is working to finalize details for a COVID-19 vaccination clinic for students ages 5 and older. The date of the clinic is to be announced soon, school officials said.

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SOUTH RUSSELL — Officials gathered at The Sleepy Rooster restaurant on Monday to honor military veterans and those in active service. There were 37 servicemen and women in attendance.