Warrant arrests: A Garfield Heights woman was picked up Aug. 1 in Brooklyn on a warrant for theft.
In the Community
Area residents are reminded that the Digital Bookmobile will visit Aurora Memorial Library on Aug. 22 from noon to 6 p.m. Residents can enjoy interactive computer stations, view instructional videos and visit the Gadget Gallery.
Tinkers Creek park now under Summit Metro Parks control
Summit Metro Parks has entered into a deal with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Ohio State Parks division to acquire 1,000 acres from the state, areas in Streetsboro and Aurora.
Portage County announces rabies baiting Aug. 20
The Portage County Health Department, in conjunction with the Ohio Departments of Health and Natural Resources, and in partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Wildlife Services program, will conduct its fall oral rabies raccoon vaccination operation in the cities of Aurora and Streetsboro Aug.
'Entertainment Center' run by Eagles offers free lunches
The Streetsboro Eagles Club now owns the Entertainment Center, which is located next to the club's hall, 9052 Route 14. The Entertainment Center offers free lunches and has games to play, which benefit local charities, including Hattie Larlham, Streetsboro City Schools, Portage County 4H, the Portage County Animal Protective League, Root House and ... (more)
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Visitors and Convention Bureau funnels folks to Streetsboro
The attendance at the just-concluded Streetsboro Family Days festival, one of the city's annual highlights of the summer, was undoubtedly increased by advertising by the Streetsboro Visitors & Convention Bureau, said VCB Director Lisa Wild.
Incoming teachers introduced, outgoing ones praised in Streetsboro
Superintendent Michael Daulbaugh announced the names of some of the district's new teachers to School Board members July 10 while saying goodbye to others.
Custodians, mechanics shine as Streetsboro school buildings readied
Custodians and mechanics usually don't find themselves in the spotlight, but they were praised repeatedly by school administrators Aug. 13 during the Streetsboro School Board's annual tour of the school buildings.
Meet D. Spencer at Education Town Hall Aug. 26
David A. Spencer, who is seeking to represent District 7 on the State Board of Education of Ohio , is holding a town hall meeting about education at Pierce Streetsboro Library located at 8990 Kirby Lane.
Kindhearted police officer photographed carrying groceries for man in wheelchair
Highway Patrol boss hits out at 'violent agitators' using demonstrations to commit crimes as two are shot and 78 arrested as violence descends on Ferguson for a NINTH night A passerby snapped Officer Tom Ondecker walking alongside the disabled man for about half a mile on Ohio's State Route 14 to his nursing home on Saturday.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Potential savings could enhance new Streetsboro High School stadium
If the new stadium at Streetsboro High School is built near the end of the project rather than the beginning, potential savings in the overall school project could be used to enhance it, school officials said.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Baby formula targeted by thieves
Powdered baby formula, fed to infants across the country every day, has become a target for thieves in retail stores.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Streetsboro cops receive $5,000 from Target department
Sometimes, police officers are on scene first after something very serious, like a gunshot wound, a stabbing or a serious accident, happens.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Cell tower revenue should go to parks, Streetsboro Council says
Money paid to Streetsboro from a proposed cellular tower that would be constructed at Thomas Heritage Park should be used to fund either Thomas Heritage Park, specifically, or parks in the city in general, City Council members said.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Aurora Police Reports
In park after hours: After a report July 25 of cars at Sunny Lake Park at 10 p.m., an officer responded, informed the subjects of park hours and sent them on their way.
Register for storytime at library
"Little Listeners" for ages 2 to 5 will meet on Tuesdays at 11:15 a.m. or Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. beginning the week of Sept.
Police arrest HIV-positive man for solicitation
Alliance police's latest online solicitation sting involved a Streetsboro man who admitted that he had been HIV positive for more than two decades.
'Read to a Dog' at library Aug. 9
The Pierce-Streetsboro Library will present its "Read to A Dog" program Aug. 9 at 11 a.m. Parker, a licensed therapy Golden Retriever, will be available to hear children practice their reading.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Our view: Traffic signal change in Streetsboro shows initiative
It's often tempting to take the easy path or maintain the status quo, to continue with the familiar way of doing things.