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Minus kitchen, shelter will feed residents

The Battered Women’s Shelter of Summit & Medina Counties opened a newly renovated space for residents last week, with one...   Full Story




Revere students schooled on financial literacy

Third-graders at Hillcrest Elementary School learned a little about how businesses work Feb. 10 thanks to a Junior...   Full Story




Travel expenses spur Akron City Council discussion

Akron City Council approved budget appropriations for the year during the Feb. 13 meeting after engaging in a discussion...   Full Story




Copley survey results to guide development

More than 70 people turned out Feb. 2 to hear results of a community attitude survey commissioned to help Copley Township...   Full Story




West Side News & Notes

News & Notes for Downtown Akron, Columbus, West Akron, Cuyahoga Falls, Merriman Valley, Columbus, Akron & Fairlawn   Full Story




Norton celebrates upgraded bond rating

The Norton City Council discussed good news at the Feb. 13 meeting. Credit rating agency Fitch Ratings upgraded the city’s...   Full Story




Four to seek vacant Norton City Council seat

Four residents of Norton’s Ward 1 turned in petitions by the Feb. 13 deadline to run for a vacant seat on City Council...   Full Story




Sharon Post Office to host Passport Fair

The Sharon Center Post Office, located at 1332 Sharon-Copley Road, will host a Passport Fair Feb. 18 from 10 a.m. to 2...   Full Story




Council delays vote on repairs to downtown decks

Questions regarding cost estimates for repairs to the parking decks alongside Front Street led Cuyahoga Falls City Council...   Full Story




Peninsula Council honors resident

Ralph Rinehart Jr. received Peninsula Village’s Lifetime Service Award at the Feb. 13 Council meeting for his “exceptional...   Full Story




Boston trustees discuss new speed limit law

Ohio has a new law lowering the speed limit to 35 mph in national parks, the Boston Township Board of Trustees learned at...   Full Story




Council considers rezoning request on West Streetsboro Road

Prior to the Richfield Village Council meeting Feb. 7, Council held a public hearing regarding the rezoning of property...   Full Story




Trustees OK agreement for Southern Road property

The Richfield Board of Trustees approved an agreement Feb. 9 between the township and the property owners of 2678 Southern...   Full Story




Granger property owner addresses BZA ruling

A Granger property owner discussed a conflict he has with the township’s Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) at the Granger...   Full Story




Police seeking help with burglaries

The Springfield Police Department is warning residents in the Sawyerwood neighborhood, located opposite of Town Hall, to...   Full Story




Green Middle School assisting students in need

Green Middle School is working to ensure all of its 700 students succeed not just academically but also in life by...   Full Story




Coventry district presents report on open enrollment

After several months of study on the matter, Coventry Local Schools officials have concluded that open enrollment does...   Full Story




Coventry closes door to new gaming establishments

Gaming operations failed to win over Coventry Township officials. Through the years, the Board of Trustees has put...   Full Story




South Side News & Notes

News & Notes for Columbus, Downtown Akron & Cuyahoga Falls   Full Story




Even without kitchen, shelter will feed residents

The Battered Women’s Shelter of Summit & Medina Counties opened a newly renovated space for residents last week, with one...   Full Story