Saturday, October 25, 2014

Chardon Store Caters to Fans of Fitness and Sports

October 16, 2014 by Ann Wishart | No Comments

Since Hibbett Sports opened last spring in the Chardon's Mapleleaf Plaza, business has gotten steadily better, said the store's head coach, Matt Cain."It helps that…

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Council Puts Deed Restriction On Center Street Properties

October 16, 2014 by Ann Wishart | No Comments

The two empty lots at 223 Center St. in Chardon could be used as a parking lot or a park, but any construction there likely…

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Cardinal Considers Financial Side of Consolidation Deal

October 16, 2014 by Ann Wishart | No Comments

"We are having discussions with Ledgemont on the transfer of territory, but I have no figures from them. It's a great big 'I-don't-know.'" Merry Lou Knuckles"I'm an educator. I don't care where the kids are. It's an opportunity to reach out." ScottHunt

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Marsh Valley Forest Products Focus of GGP Breakfast

October 16, 2014 by StaffReport | No Comments

The Geauga Growth Partnership's Entrepreneur Task Force Quarterly Success Breakfast on Oct. 24 will spotlight Marsh Valley Forest Products, one of Middlefield's finest Amish businesses.Marsh…

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Obituary Notices

October 16, 2014 by Staff Report | No Comments

John A. GroganMONTVILLE TWP. John A. Grogan, of Mont-ville Township, died Oct. 9, 2014, at UHHS Geauga Regional Hospital. He was 82.Born May 23, 1932,…

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Candidates Face Off on Contraception, Drugs, Economy

October 16, 2014 by Gwen Cooper | No Comments

Libertarian candidate for state representative David Macko not only wants to abolish taxes along with the "police state,"he also wants to impeach the president of…

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Commissioners End Retire-Rehire with Policy Revision

October 16, 2014 by Ann Wishart | No Comments

You can't force this on other hiring authorities. – Jim Flaiz

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Chamber Hosts Candidates Night

October 16, 2014 by John Karlovec | No Comments

The Burton Chamber of Commerce hosted a Candidates Night on Oct, 2 at Kent State University Geauga Campus.Candidates and spokespeople for county and local ballot…

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Ledgemont Board Delays Consolidation Decision Until After Election

October 14, 2014 by John Karlovec | No Comments

Ledgemont Schools Board of Education has decided to give voter one more chance to support the financially beleaguered district before pursuing a potential consolidation with Cardinal Schools.

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Cardinal BOE Considers Financial Side of Ledgemont Deal

October 13, 2014 by Ann Wishart | No Comments

“I’m an educator. I don’t care where the kids are. It’s an opportunity to reach out.” – Scott Hunt

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