Former Huskies Football Coach Gets Jail Time

November 20, 2021

Former Cardinal Huskies football coach George Gresko was sentenced to seven days in jail Nov. 15 after previously pleading guilty to tampering with records, a first-degree misdemeanor.

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Former Priest, St. Helen’s Seminarian Sentenced to Life in Prison

November 20, 2021

A former seminarian at St. Helen Roman Catholic Church who used information gained within confessions to blackmail underage male victims into sending him inappropriate photographs was sentenced to life in prison Nov. 9, after pleading guilty to federal child trafficking, child abuse and child exploitation charges.

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Claypool Questions Zoning of Food Trucks

November 18, 2021 by Ann Wishart

Bainbridge Township’s decision to regulate food trucks operating in the township raised questions at the Geauga County Planning Commission meeting Nov. 9

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Cardinal Schools Forecast Dire without Levy Renewal

November 18, 2021 by Ann Wishart

Despite some changes in public school funding brought about by House Bill 110, Cardinal Schools faces serious financial problems starting in fiscal year 2023 if the 9.7-mill levy is not renewed in 2022.

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Burton Village BPA Point-of-Sale Certificates Approved

November 18, 2021 by Ann Wishart

Burton Village Board of Public Affairs cemented in one more block of the point-of-sale inspection structure Nov. 9 by approving two forms.

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Community Gathers to Honor our Honorable on Veterans Day

November 18, 2021 by Rose Nemunaitis

Veterans Day observances in hometowns across America beamed messages of remembrance, respect and patriotism on Nov. 11.

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Road to Senate Runs through Geauga County

November 18, 2021

U.S. Congressman Tim Ryan (D-Niles) made a campaign stop in Geauga County Nov. 14 to rally donors to his race for the U.S. Senate seat that will open up after Rob Portman (R-Cincinnati) retires next year.

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Sixth Drug Court Grad ‘Never Gave Up’

November 18, 2021 by Amy Patterson

Jason Fritz overcame a lot on his way to being celebrated as the sixth graduate of Geauga County Court of Common Pleas Judge Carolyn Paschke’s New Leaf program.

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New Roof, New Owner for Former Eltech Building

November 18, 2021 by Amy Patterson

After installation of a new roof and some major renovations, the former Eltech building in Chardon will be home to the ISSQUARED Technology Center.

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