Wednesday May 8
Most would agree there's no better investment in the future than education. But by cutting funding in recent years, state government has shifted more of the burden of operating public schools to taxpayers and property owners.
The Review Times
Ada School District voters approve 0.75% income tax
By ROSE SCHNEIDER Staff Writer KENTON -- Voters in the Ada School District approved a 0.75 percent income tax in Tuesday's primary election.
B.G. school tax soundly rejected
Local voters resoundingly defeated a school levy that Bowling Green district officials said was needed to offset shrinking state education support, leading a mixed bag of results for school taxes across northwest Ohio at Tuesday's special-election polls.
Golf tournament funding helps build picnic shelter
Metro Parks, Serving Summit County has received $12,500 from the World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitational Tournament and its partner, Northern Ohio Golf Charities.