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Former Miami University official running for Hamilton City Council

...probably more so in Hamilton than any other thing,” Vaughn said. She graduated in 1969 from Ross High School and married a couple years after that. She and husband John, who runs Miami Hamilton’s downtown center,...

Journal-News.com
Published 4 months ago
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‘The Art of Self-Defense’ takes violent comic aim at toxic masculinity

...everything seems curiously off-kilter. It’s unclear exactly when the story is taking place, given the old-school answering machine in Casey’s apartment and the camcorder and VHS tapes that figure into the plot....

Toledo Blade
Published 4 months ago
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Budget late, but largely on target

...good things in Ohio. Importantly, it dedicates substantial funds to cleaning up Lake Erie. Public schools will get $381.8 million more in the new school year — a whopping 4.1 percent raise, with a 2 percent...

Toledo Blade
Published 4 months ago
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Socialists brought technology to Lucas County's Dem debate party

...is running against the Democratic Party’s endorsed candidate in District 5, Sam Melden. The DSA’s treasurer, Connor Kelley, is running for the District 5 seat, now held by term-limited Republican Tom Waniewski....

Toledo Blade
Published 4 months ago

Better vetting needed at White House

...vetting the Trump Administration’s nominees should be the next to go. Mr. Acosta is a former law school dean, U.S. attorney, assistant attorney general, and banker, but it was his stint on the National...

Toledo Blade
Published 4 months ago
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Thomas R. Baranoski (1931-2019)

...Veteran’s Association Northwest Ohio Chapter 131, Mr. Baranoski also volunteered to speak to area middle-school students about the Korean War. He also decorated veterans’ graves, and served as an honor guard. ...

Toledo Blade
Published 4 months ago
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A different era: Oda wins Japan’s first Olympic gold in 1928

...happy if he had seen Tokyo hosting the second Summer Olympics,” Kazuo said. “But he was such an old-school person and only knew the time when sports were largely amateur. He did not live to see when the boundary...

Findlay Courier
Published 4 months ago
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Little squirt

...sprays the fire hose with help from Findlay firefighter Ken Thomas on Thursday at Glenwood Middle School. The fire department was paying a visit to the Summer Lunch Program at the school. The free summer...

Findlay Courier
Published 4 months ago
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Wadsworth blooms

...contest judges at the historic Trolley Line House, 631 Silvercrest Road. There, Franklin Elementary School principal and Friends member Roger Havens showcased the home’s storied past, which includes possibly...

Medina County Gazette
Published 4 months ago
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Center of Hope Family Services Fueling a vision of success

...Center of Hope established a 501©(3) in 2007 and implemented the first Children’s Defense Fund Freedom School in the area. As an afterschool and summer-only program, Tracee and collaborators Dr. Staci Perryman-Clark...

Sojourners Truth
Published 4 months ago
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Children Matter

... Three Democratic Party candidates are running for only two seats on Toledo Public Schools school board at a time when too many low-income youth are leaving school without the education and training required...

Sojourners Truth
Published 4 months ago

Editorial: Canton BOE must address 'optics' issue

...leadership faces its own optics problem, and it will be an ongoing challenge for administrators and the Board of Education to explain to the public why spending $1 million of its money over 8½ years on a football...

Canton Repository
Published 4 months ago

No prison time for IUPUI volleyball coach found with 146 images and videos of child pornography

...no prison time, Frances Lee Watson, a professor of law at Indiana University's Robert H. McKinney School of Law, said: "What comes to my mind is that (Payne's) lawyer did a great job. "(Though), it is not...

Marion Star
Published 4 months ago

Tigers pick Carpenter as new boys basketball coach

...Carpenter has the opportunity to lead the Tigers into the gym after he was announced on Thursday as the school's new coach. "I've always been intrigued by Circleville, because it has great facilities and there...

Circleville Herald
Published 4 months ago
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Poland Community Briefs

...young people teach an interesting history lesson through a fantastic performance. This event is for school-age children. Ladybug cross-stitch with Youngstown Chapter of the EGA Join the Youngstown Chapter...

Youngstown Vindicator
Published 4 months ago
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Canfield Community Briefs

...plays and other activities that will help your child (ages 2-3) become a successful reader. Before-school-begins bash Celebrate the fun you had over the summer and the start of a new school year on Aug....

Youngstown Vindicator
Published 4 months ago
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CVMS eighth-graders end school year with a picnic

...Neighbors July 19, 2019 at 12:00a.m. By ABBY SLANKER neighbors@vindy.com Canfield Village Middle School eighth-grade students celebrated the end of their time at the school and moving onto the high school...

Youngstown Vindicator
Published 4 months ago
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Boardman Community Briefs

...young people teach an interesting history lesson through a fantastic performance. This event is for school-age children. Bonding with babies and books Meet at the Boardman library on July 23 and 30 at 10...

Youngstown Vindicator
Published 4 months ago
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Austintown Community Briefs

...techie camp at the Austintown library on Aug. 5-9 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. The camp is open to middle school students in sixth through eighth-grade. Signup online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/nordson2019....

Youngstown Vindicator
Published 4 months ago
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Stuff the Bus

...donations were Altrusa Club members Sue Nichols, left, and Ardith Green. The annual program collects school supplies for local children in need. Donations will be accepted at McDonald’s from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m....

Findlay Courier
Published 4 months ago
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