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  1. Fairmount Santrol another step closer in moving headquarters to IndependenceRead the original story

    Thursday May 10 |

    Sand mining company Fairmount Santrol is seeking a loan from Cuyahoga County to move its headquarters from Chesterland to Independence. THOMAS ONDREY THE PLAIN DEALER The installation of a conveyor system at Fairmount Minerals' sandstone quarry near Chardon five years ago meant the company no longer had to run giant diesel dump trucks between the quarry and the processing plant, about three-quarters of a mile away.


  2. Once-trusted Discovery Tours ducks questions about missing money after failing thousands of studentsRead the original story

    Sunday May 6 |

    The collapse of the Discovery Tours school tours company this week has left more than a dozen schools across Ohio asking why a once-respected tour company and family of educators would mishandle millions of dollars and cancel tours for thousands of students. Districts from Chardon to Elyria and even south to suburbs around Columbus and Cincinnati are shocked at the company's shutdown and have no idea why school trips had to be suddenly canceled or re-planned.


  3. Perry quarterback Kolston Brewster commits to BuffaloRead the original story

    Wednesday May 2 |

    The senior quarterback from Perry committed Wednesday to the Mid-American Conference school, choosing the Bulls as a preferred walk-on over John Carroll and Lake Erie College. "I was waiting," Brewster said.


  4. Chardon's Element 41 a new joint where you can enjoy a fresh, tasty burgerRead the original story

    Tuesday May 1 |

    The restaurant offers a relaxed, modern and chic atmosphere to enjoy a nice fresh burger. It is one of 20 finalists in Cleveland's Best Burger contest.


  5. Geauga County Maple Festival opens in ChardonRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 26 |

    For once, sunny skies opened the first day of the 89th Annual Geuaga County Maple Festival in Chardon Square on Thursday. According to the Ohio Maple Producers Association, the maple syrup industry contributes $5 million to the state's economy each year.


  6. Suffering and abandoned: Chronic pain patients cut off in the opioid eraRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 22, 2018 |

    As the opioid epidemic has worsened across the country and legislators, public health officials and doctor's groups have responded by restricting access to opioid prescriptions, chronic pain patients say they've been abandoned by the healthcare system. In order to receive their medication, they say they're subjected to judgment and suspicion by their doctors, nurses and pharmacists, are forced to sign humiliating and coercive contracts, and submit to random drug testing.


  7. Last leg of Maple Highlands Trail completes 20-mile bike path: Valley ViewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 16, 2018 | Chagrin Solar Sun

    A celebration is planned for 10 a.m. Saturday, April 21, to officially open the newly paved 6.4-mile southern section of The Maple Highlands Trail at the Middlefield Pocket Park, located on the corner of Ohio 608 and Ohio 87. Attendees can take a walk to the trail near the fire station for a ribbon-cutting ceremony and light refreshments. Scheduled speakers include Middlefield Mayor Ben Garlich, Geauga Park District Executive Director John Oros and Alan Yoder, a member of the Amish community and the Old Order Amish Safety Committee.


  8. Unwelcome April snowfall drops in on Northeast OhioRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2018 |

    Yeah, the calendar says April, but the weather seems more like February. Snowfall of nearly two inches dropped on Cleveland Hopkins Airport Thursday morning, something most residents could probably do without by now.


  9. Chardon man walks out of a Bainbridge bar and wakes up in Russell parkRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 22, 2018 |

    Suspicious Person, Kinsman Road: Police were sent to The West Woods park 5:43 a.m. March 17 for a man sleeping by the Nature Center after he was spotted by a maintenance worker. The Chardon man said he was walking home from a Bainbridge bar and was tired, so he stopped to sleep.


  10. Ohio wants to improve school security after Florida shootings, but officials have no plan yetRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2018 |

    Ohio officials want to do more to help protect students in schools from attacks like the 2012 Chardon High School shootings or the recent shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Leaders of both the Ohio House and Senate say they to sift through a few proposals and gather suggestions from experts to fit into bills in the next few weeks.


  11. Chardon sex offender exchanged sexually explicit pics with 13-year-old he met on Facebook,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2018 |

    A sex offender from Chardon is charged with receiving child pornography after federal investigators uncovered a series of sexually explicit text messages between him and a 13-year-old from Pennsylvania that he met on Facebook, according to court filings. Joshua O'Brian, 28, sent and received thousands of messages from the teenager.


  12. Chardon administrators not liable for students' deaths in 2012 high school shooting, judge rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 16, 2018 |

    A Lake County judge ruled five Local Schools administrators are not liable for the deaths of three students shot and killed at Chardon High School, as well as a fourth student's paralyzing injuries. The 14-page judgment written by Judge John P. O'Donnell says there is no evidence that the administrators acted negligently or failed to provide adequate security before T.J. Lane opened fire at the high school on Feb. 27, 2012.


  13. Chardon Schools officials not liable in shooting; settlement in state ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 15, 2018 |

    A judge in Lake County has ruled that five administrators with Chardon Local Schools during the 2012 shooting cannot be held liable, reports say.


  14. Chardon school shooting survivor asks: "Why is it so hard, why can't we do something about...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 15, 2018 |

    Parents pick up their children in Chardon on February 27, 2012, following a shooting at Chardon High School that claimed the lives of three students and wounded three others. As result of that shooting, some survivors created the Coach Hall Foundation, which continues to advocate for specially trained and armed School Resource Officers in every school in the country.


  15. Garrettsville Garfield, Westlake standouts among girls basketball top performers Feb. 6-12, 2018Read the original story

    Feb 6, 2018 |

    Last week : The junior averaged 14 points in a loss to Cleveland Heights and a win over Boardman . Taylor is averaging 22 points, four rebounds and three steals.


  16. Dead mouse in mail alarms resident: Highland Heights Police BlotterRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 31, 2018 |

    A resident found a dead mouse in his mailbox along with his mail Jan. 23. It was unknown if the mouse had crawled in or if someone had placed it there, but the man did not suspect anyone of putting it there. A resident reported Jan. 23 a Mentor woman, 42, used her credit card and checks for unauthorized purchases.


  17. Toast Chagrin's art scene with hot cocoa: Valley ViewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 15, 2018 |

    If you've ever thought about attending a gala benefit in your PJs on a cold winter evening, or, if you prefer a cup of hot cocoa to an iced drink with alcohol, Valley Art Center's Hot Chocolate at Home fundraiser may be your ticket. For its seventh annual winter fundraiser, Saturday Feb. 3, VAC is hosting a stay-at-home event with an option to merely send in a contribution to help pay the $25,000 tab to repair the center's HVAC system.


  18. Jesse Srpan is a motorcycle buff with serious welding skills: Makers 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 28, 2017 |

    Jesse Srpan took the first step toward starting his custom-motorcycle shop at age 14, when he secured the business name Raw Iron Choppers - with his father's help. An early fascination with bikes drove Srpan to vocational school.


  19. Former Geauga County lawyer charged after embezzling $160K, lied on tax documentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2017 |

    A former Geauga County lawyer is facing charges that accuse him of moving more than $160,000 from estates he represented to his personal accounts, and then failing to report the income on his tax return, federal court records show. Donald Navatsyk, 64, of Chardon, embezzled $160,965 in 2008 while he was a probate lawyer, serving as an executor and administrator of estates for wills and trusts, according to documents filed Friday in the U.S. Northern District of Ohio.


  20. John Karlovec sees profits and purpose in Legal News, Geauga Maple...Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 14, 2017 |

    The nation's local newspapers are struggling. But fourth-generation newsman John Karlovec, former star quarterback at Orange High, says his family's Daily Legal News , weekly City Record, weekly Geauga County Maple Leaf , biweekly Chesterland News and monthly Kirtland Chronicle are holding their own.


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