Wacky Wednesdays Help Students Learn Importance of Service
By Josh Echt
Several hours of service work a day is more than a way for Russell teen Matthew Amato to spend time with his friends.

It’s a way to build character, learn skills and appreciate what he has.

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New Indoor Rec Center to Open
By Jamie Ward
The idea may have come to Dominick Ambrose during a car ride, driving miles west so that his daughters, Alicia and Ashley, could participate in sports.

Those indoor facilities were located west of Cleveland when the snow was piled high around Ambrose’s home in Munson Township, making outdoor athletics a summer dream.

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Chester Officials Talk Public, Private Donations
By Diane Ryder
Can a township legally donate to a civic organization? And what are the guidelines for a township accepting donations from residents? These were the main topics of discussion at the Chester Township Trustees meeting Thursday.

Fiscal Officer Craig Richter told trustees he had checked with legal counsel about whether the township could legally accept donations from residents, including a July 9 donation of $75 and an April 24 donation of $30 — both to the police department from unnamed residents.

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United in Turf Breaks Ground at West G
By Josh Echt and Gwen Cooper
For some, it might not be as exciting as the Cleveland Browns signing Texas A&M product Johnny Manziel May 8.

Or as exciting as seeing All-Star Kyrie Irving re-sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers for $90 million Tuesday.

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School Attorney Addresses Public Meeting
By Gwen Cooper
Marked by much lighter attendance than past meetings, the West Geauga Schools Board of Education held a special public meeting Monday with its attorney to set the record straight.

Only about 20 community members attended the meeting in contrast to recent meetings with about 200 attendees.

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Special Hands Shoppe Holds Special Grand Opening
By Gwen Cooper
A heavy rainstorm did not dampen spirits, nor did it wash out a planned ribbon-cutting event July 2 at the Special Hands Shoppe in Middlefield to mark the official opening of the new store.

Jim Groner, director of Metzenbaum Sheltered Indust-ries, Inc. simply moved the festivatities inside the glass doors, at 15910 West High Street, and had it facing inside the store instead of facing the street.

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image Wacky Wednesdays Help Students Learn Importance of Service
image New Indoor Rec Center to Open
image Chester Officials Talk Public, Private Donations
image United in Turf Breaks Ground at West G
image School Attorney Addresses Public Meeting
image Special Hands Shoppe Holds Special Grand Opening
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