Robert W. Kelly, a member of the Highland Board of Education, was presented with the Ohio School Boards Association’s Veteran Board Member Award at the association’s 67th annual Capital Conference and Trade Show on Nov. 13 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center. The award is presented to school board members in recognition of 25 years […]
In honor of National Philanthropy Day on Nov. 15, Hudson Community Foundation saluted two local couples – Benjamin and Lindsay Baran and Sean and Nancy Ward – for their charitable work, the foundation said in a press release. “A vibrant community like Hudson thrives on the generosity of so many people who give their time, […]
by Laura Bednar A stolen vehicle drove into Summit Armory gun store at 2417 N. Cleveland-Massillon Rd. on Nov. 3. Bath Township Police received a call from dispatch when the store’s burglar alarm went off at 4:28 a.m., according to the police report. Police Chief Vito Sinopoli said officers left to answer the call at […]
by Sue Serdinak James Biggar, the man who is credited with changing the face of Richfield, passed away at the age of 93 on Oct. 28. Biggar was a huge player in the Greater Cleveland area as a member of the new Cleveland Campaign, the Gateway Economic Development Corporation and the Greater Cleveland Development Partnership. […]
by Dan Holland Bike Fix-it Day, which occurs on one designated day each month at Brecksville United Methodist Church, is in the business of accepting donated bicycles that are then repaired and distributed to needy families around the Greater Cleveland area. To date, more than 700 bicycles have come through the program since it was […]
by Dan Holland The city’s Commemorative Tree Program kicked off in earnest Nov. 3 with the planting of the first trees along Oakes Road on the city campus. Broadview Heights residents John and Twila Goshorn were the first to have a tree planted under the new program, done in memory of their son, Matthew, a […]
by Charles Cassady “This is where it all starts … this is the foundation,” said Lucas George, Independence native and class of 2014 Independence High School alumnus. For George, having a background and understanding of history is key to responsible participation in democracy itself. At the present, his students at Pickering Lakeview Junior High School, […]
by Nicole Rosselot Nordonia High School senior Tyler Lewis learned to fish with his father and grandfather at Berlin Lake when he was just a little boy. By the time he was a teenager, it became clear that Lewis had a natural talent for reeling in championship fish. “As I got older, I started catching […]
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