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Not all of Findlay was over the moon in 1969

...employees, with the exception of the necessary law enforcement and firefighting operations. Summer school classes were canceled for the day, and the post office was closed. Thatcher also asked that all businesses,...

Findlay Courier
Published 3 months ago
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Thomas Eugene Pennell

...been a Canal Fulton area resident for the past 32 years. He was a graduate of Warren G. Harding High School, served four years as a MP with the 793rd Army, Company C in Germany and worked as a security specialist...

Akron Beacon Journal
Published 3 months ago

Bailout of FirstEnergy will jolt Ohioans, environment

...Bill 6, the misnamed Ohio Clean Air Act, sailed to easy passage in the upper chamber of the Ohio General Assembly on a vote of 19-12 with Republicans in the vast majority. That passage followed a similar...

Youngstown Vindicator
Published 3 months ago
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Schools should be wary of ploys

... By Cecily Myart-Cruz OtherWords Corporate America is looming larger and larger in U.S. public schools. That’s not a good thing for educators, students, or workers. Nowhere could this be more clear than...

Youngstown Vindicator
Published 3 months ago
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Prosecutor: Video release would endanger judges

...or sabotage.” No decision is expected for several weeks. Richmond was the father of former high-school football player Ma’Lik Richmond who was found delinquent in 2013 of the sexual assault of a 16-year-old...

Youngstown Vindicator
Published 3 months ago

SPORTS digest

...on the field this season. Rebels coach Tony Sanchez says in a news release issued Thursday by the school that the 62-year-old Cotton is in Omaha, Neb., and on a waiting list to receive a heart. Cotton is...

Youngstown Vindicator
Published 3 months ago
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New walking path can be place of solace, refuge, speaker says

...of the Oakhill Neighborhood Association. The ONA is a group of volunteer residents, businesses, schools, faith-based groups and community organizations dedicated to working toward creating neighborhoods...

Youngstown Vindicator
Published 3 months ago
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The Summit — Dover holding 17th annual School Supply Giveaway Aug. 3

Friday Jul 19, 2019 at 12:01 AM The 17th annual School Supply Giveaway sponsored by The Summit — Dover, formerly known as the Dover Foursquare Church, 302 E. Slingluff Ave., Dover, will be held from...

New Philadelphia Times Reporter
Published 3 months ago
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Geneva schools unveil draft of strategic plan

GENEVA — Geneva Area City Schools Superintendent Eric Kujala presented a draft of the district’s strategic plan to the school board at Wednesday’s meeting. The district started assembling groups to work...

Ashtabula Star Beacon
Published 3 months ago

Ashtabula Area City Schools receive grant

SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP — Ashtabula Area City Schools received $37,000 in safety and security grant funds from the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation. The district plans to use the money to buy security cameras...

Ashtabula Star Beacon
Published 3 months ago

New board superintendent takes helm

ASHTABULA — The Ashtabula County Board of Developmental Disabilities has a new superintendent who has been settling into the role. Toni Scurpa, a resident of Pennsylvania, officially started on the job...

Ashtabula Star Beacon
Published 3 months ago

Big Ten's commissioner says old mistakes to blame for college woes

...would say some of those areas are issues that have concerned me." In the mid-‘70s, the NCAA ruled schools no longer could provide athletes with a monthly living expenses stipend. "Cost of attendance" stipends...

Alliance Review
Published 3 months ago

Saturday car show to honor former Fostoria police detective

...plans to become a dentist, earned an associate degree from Terra. The Huffmans’ relationship with the school will continue with the scholarship. “That’s where he went through the academy and got certified to...

Fostoria Review Times
Published 3 months ago
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Andrew Paul "Andy" Antush

...had been a resident of North Ridgeville for the past 52 years. After graduating from Lore City High School, Andrew managed the family farm with the help of his siblings. In 1946, he enlisted in the U.S. Army,...

Elyria Chronicle Telegram
Published 3 months ago
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Out of the past

...president, Faye Johnston, secretary, Martha Ellen Wilson, corresponding secretary and Mrs. Gerlach, treasurer. 50 years ago July 19, 1969 Apollo 11 blasted off today from Cape Kennedy today. The three men...

Sidney Daily News
Published 3 months ago

Berkshire officials explore new purpose for old school buildings

...officials are looking at what will become of the buildings that now serve the district. Berkshire Superintendent John Stoddard said last week that the district is working with the Berkshire Community Planning...

Chagrin Valley Today
Published 3 months ago

Geauga JFS gears up for ‘Help Me Learn’ school kickoff event

...Job and Family Services will be providing an opportunity for all of the county’s children to start school on the right foot. “It’s all through the spirit of giving in Geauga County,” Craig Swenson, executive...

Chagrin Valley Today
Published 3 months ago
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July 20 last day for advance British Car Day registration; BCD Aug. 10

...BELLBROOK LIONS CLUB FESTIVAL CAR SHOW, registration 3 to 6:30 p.m., trophies 7:30 p.m., Sugarcreek Elementary School, 60 E. South St. All makes and models welcome. Free spectator admission, parking; $10 entry...

Dayton Daily News
Published 3 months ago
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Fire department chaplain leads vigil for Bogavich family after fatal fire

...children from the Bogavich family lost their lives in the fire. During a vigil at Hillsdale High School on Thursday evening, Grover recalled he was approached by a man that morning who asked him, "What...

Wooster Daily Record
Published 3 months ago
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Donald Burr Armstrong

...spent his formative years living on Park Street in the village of Alfred. Dubbed "Arnie" by his high school classmates, Don participated in senior chorus, basketball, soccer, track, and baseball, and served...

Akron Beacon Journal
Published 3 months ago
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