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  1. Residents flood zoning meeting to object to proposed senior PUDRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2018 | Trading Post

    About 100 residents came to voice objection to a proposal to build a Senior Housing Planned Unit Development that would allow a higher housing density on Route 303, about one-quarter mile east of Stony Hill. HINCKLEY - Nearly 100 residents swarmed a zoning commission public hearing to voice their strong objections to a developer's proposal for a senior planned unit development which, if approved, would allow a higher housing density at the site located on Route 303, about one-quarter mile west of Stony Hill.

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  2. Jestin Grossenbaugh named Hinckley's new fire chiefRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2018 | Trading Post

    His first priority "is always saving lives," said new Hinckley Fire Chief Jestin Grossenbaugh. He has been with the Hinckley fire department for 21 years and was appointed chief in front of a standing room only crowd at the July 2 trustee meeting.

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  3. Safety forces in the spotlight, senior PUD public hearing setRead the original story w/Photo

    May 31, 2018 | Trading Post

    Hinckley Township safety forces will be in the spotlight this month as township trustees are expected to hire a new fire chief and hold an open house for residents to greet the new police chief and tour the police station. Trustee Becky Lutzko, liaison to the police and fire department, said with interviews completed for the fire chief vacancy, the selection of a replacement could come as early as the June 26 trustee work session.

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  4. Sharon Showcase festival is June 16Read the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2018 | Trading Post

    Sharon Showcase, a music and art festival, is scheduled for June 16 at Sharon Circle from noon to 6 p.m. with a large concert following until 8 p.m. It will feature about 50 vendors offering a variety of arts, crafts, home dA cor, jewelry, furniture, and services in the Sharon community. "This is a great opportunity to showcase the talents of Sharon residents," said Jane Back, Sharon Showcase organizer.

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  5. Trustees hear request for new zoning classification for PUDRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2018 | Trading Post

    Stating he believes there is a demand for senior housing other than the typical high-rise developments, developer Dave Terry has put forth a request for an adoption of a new Senior Housing Planned Unit Development on state Route 303. The new zoning classification would apply to that location only.

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  6. Bike unit another police program revived under KinneyRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2018 | Trading Post

    Medina Police's bike unit is now on patrol in areas of the city where cars can't reach. Pictured are officers Jim Terwilliger, Derek Crooks, Nick MacLaren and Sgt.

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  7. Zoning commission denies C-1 zoning changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2018 | Trading Post

    When the Granger Township Zoning Commission met April 18, members considered the request of Michael Behun on behalf of Bernadette Hrouda for a zoning change from C-1 to C-2 at 4995 Boneta Road. Members voted unanimously that the area should remain a C-1 District.

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  8. Jennifer Ann WirkusRead the original story w/Photo

    May 2, 2018 | Trading Post

    She was born on Jan. 14, 1986 in Middleburg Heights, grew up in Brunswick and created a home with her husband in Hinckley. Jennifer loved with all her heart, passionately caring for all around her in both her personal life and professional role as an anesthesia nurse.

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  9. Hinckley trustees add more hours to fire coverageRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 12, 2018 | Trading Post

    Passage of the 1-mill fire levy by township residents is paying off in more hours of coverage in which firefighters are located directly at the fire station versus on call. At the April 17 trustee meeting, trustees increased evening coverage Thursday through Sunday as well as established a new paid-on-call system, both on a trial basis.

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  10. Residents asked to approve $4.15 million renewal levy on May 8 ballotRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 12, 2018 | Trading Post

    Voters will be asked to approve a $4.15 million renewal levy which will be on the May 8 ballot. School officials emphasize that this is a renewal levy and will not increase taxes.

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  11. Sandridge unveils multimillion soup line expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 12, 2018 | Trading Post

    Local dignitaries join Sandridge Food Corporation leaders in cutting the ribbon on the refrigerated-food manufacturers latest expansion - the addition of a line of soups - at its Commerce Drive facility April 20. Local dignitaries join Sandridge Food Corporation leaders in cutting the ribbon on the refrigerated-food manufacturers latest expansion - the addition of a line of soups - at its Commerce Drive facility April 20. MEDINA - A leader in the North American refrigerated food industry, Sandridge Food Corporation in Medina continues to grow at a rapid pace.

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  12. Montville pays tribute to Mona LeFevreRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 12, 2018 | Trading Post

    "She's one of our group," said Montville Police Chief Terry Grice about those who serve in the various safety services that protect Montville residents. "I've seen her on hundreds of runs over the years and she's always been very professional."

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  13. Donating a tree just a part of a busy life for 98-year-oldRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2018 | Trading Post

    Still active in the community as she nears her 98th birthday, Hinckley resident LaVerne Pay stands in front of the Evergreen she donated to the Hinckley Memorial Park. Pay is the oldest person in Hinckley who has lived her entire life in the township.

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  14. Motor vehicle tax will likely be approved by trusteesRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2018 | Trading Post

    With township roads in dire need of repair, trustees are likely to approve a $5 annual motor vehicle tax as early as this week. A public hearing on the matter was held at the April 3 regular trustee meeting and although three residents strongly opposed the tax, trustees said the license tax, if approved, would bring in approximately $47,000 in 2019 for road repair.

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  15. Don't you see that laws and bans don't prevent anything?Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2018 | Trading Post

    Be aware that Ohio SB260 is back on the table. If it passes, it will ban any semi-automatic with a removable magazine, many handguns and even your 22-caliber plinker and turn every law-abiding owner into a criminal.

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  16. Former Granger firefighter gets 4 years for sex countsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2018 | Trading Post

    The former Granger Fire Department lieutenant convicted of 11 sex-related counts against a child was sentenced to four years in prison March 5. Brandon Quinn, 35, a township resident, was found guilty Jan. 11 after a jury trial of 11 counts of gross sexual imposition, two of which are third-degree felonies and nine of which are fourth-degree felonies. According to the indictment, he had sexual contact with a child under the age of 13 in 2007, with the incidents reportedly continuing until 2012.

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  17. Allison Joy HaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 28, 2018 | Trading Post

    Allison Joy Hale, 19, of Hinckley, passed away suddenly on Feb. 20, 2018. She was born on April 21, 1998 in Cleveland.

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  18. Fire department response time unacceptable to new Hinckley residentRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2018 | Trading Post

    Liz Terhart holds up a picture of her 8-month-old baby, which recently had a severe medical emergency. At the Feb. 6 trustee meeting, Terhart said she was alarmed that Hinckley did not have a full-time fire department and that while her baby was having a medical emergency, firefighters were on an on-call basis, travelling from their homes, and it took approximately 17-minutes to arrive at her home.

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  19. Mason helps Alzheimer's patients for Eagle projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2018 | Trading Post

    Matthew Mason and his brother, Lucas, who helped make the items, hold one of the 10 anxiety blankets that comprised Matthew's Eagle Scout project. Boy Scout Matthew Mason, of Hinckley Boy Scout Troop 520, holds one of the 10 anxiety blankets he made for Alzheimer's patients at Altenheim Senior Living Community, where his grandmother is an Alzheimer's patient.

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  20. Zoning commission meets with consultant on Sky Land developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2018 | Trading Post

    Members of the township zoning commission held a work session Jan. 18 with a consultant to hold a preliminary discussion of the general development plan for the former Skyland Golf course property. The proposed 98-home planned unit conservation development is located near the northeast corner of the intersection of Center Road and Stony Hill Road.

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