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  1. Akron water main break leads to ice mountain in Bath yard, RubberDucks tickets on sale...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Cleveland.com

    A Bath Township man came home from a work trip last week to find his yard covered in tree limbs and a giant heap of ice, nearly 10 feet tall in some places, the result of an Akron water main that burst next to his home an spewed a gutser neighbors told him was 60 to 70 feet high. The city of Akron fixed the leaking main, but Keith Rupnik said he and his insurance providers are on their own to pay for restoring his iced over yard, which included several trees crushed under the weight of the ice.

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  2. Strongsville's Julia Oppedisano finishes fourth at OHSAA Division I diving state championshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Cleveland.com

    Strongsville senior Julia Oppedisano led the Division I diving state finals entering the last three dives, but couldn't hold on and finished fourth Thursday at C.T. Branin Natatorium. Oppedisano's quest for a state title was ultimately decided by two factors.

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  3. Summit County government is loaning itself $2 million. Here's why that's a good thing for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Cleveland.com

    Summit County's government plans to loan itself $2 million to make the final payment on another loan the county owes this year. To make the final $825,000 payment on a loan the county engineer took out five years ago, the county wants to borrow money from the its own investment fund and pay it back with 2.4-2.5-percent interest through 2020.

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  4. As Summit County school districts rack up snow days, some looking at makeupsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | The Plain Dealer

    Akron Public Schools are already having to consider making up two school days after calling off seven due to winter weather, but schools under new 'calamity days' rules still have plenty of time to spare. While new state law counting hours rather than days in school has allowed many districts generous numbers of so-called calamity days, lingering union agreements have left some districts again searching to make up school days lost to snow and ice.

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  5. Hudson swimmers sweep girls and boys Division I Northeast District titles 2015: Results, reactionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 21 | Cleveland.com

    The Hudson Explorers doubled their fun Saturday at the Division I Northeast District swimming championships as their boys and girls teams both swam away with team titles. The boys, powered by four-time state champion Ross Palazzo, scored 293 points to win their third straight team district crown before a packed house at Cleveland State's Robert F. Busbey Natatorium.

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  6. Breaking down 2015 Kent District hockey tournament: Schedule, what to watchRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 4, 2014 | Cleveland.com

    Teams are revving up for the 2015 OHSAA State Hockey Tournament and the Kent District should provide for some of the closest matchups in the state as it did last year. Here is a breakdown of the tournament schedule and some things to keep in mind about some of the top seeds in the district: Teams by seeding: 1. University School; 2. Lake Catholic; 3. Walsh Jesuit; 4. Shaker Heights; 5. Gilmour; 6. Kenston; 7. Kent Roosevelt; 8. Hudson; 9. Cleveland Heights; 10. Solon; 11. Mentor; 12. Orange; 13. West Geauga; 14. North Canton Hoover; 15. Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin; 16. Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy; 17. Mayfield; 18. Canfield; 19. Twinsburg; 20. Aurora; 21. Nordonia; 22. Brush.

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  7. Hudson unknowingly helped arrange deal for proposed marijuana farm near church, trampoline...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 11 | Cleveland.com

    If voters approve ResponsibleOhio's proposal to legalize and regulate marijuana under a monopoly this November, Hudson would get a budding new business partner. An industrial park in Hudson was one of 10 sites identified in the groups initial ballot measure proposal to grow marijuana indoors, first published Monday by Northeast Ohio Media Group.

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  8. St. Vincent-St. Mary, Shaker Heights meeting leads 7 things to watch...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 10 | Cleveland.com

    It's the last Tuesday night before the district seeding meeting, which means these games take on a little extra importance for determining each team's route in the postseason. A showdown between No.

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  9. Parts of Hudson, Twinsburg under boil water advisory after Akron water main breaksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 6 | The Plain Dealer

    Parts of Hudson and Twinsburg Township are under a precautionary boil water alert after an Akron water main broke Friday morning and left faucets dry. Akron made emergency repairs to restore water this morning and issued the boil order, required under federal law, just after 11:45 a.m. Friday.

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  10. Hudson schools could advance ask for tax hike under proposed Kasich budgetRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 5 | Cleveland.com

    While parents in communities like Akron and Green may be thirsting at the sight of Gov. John Kasich's proposed 2015 budget, which would send millions of extra dollars their way, some school districts are holding their breath in hopes Kasich's plan might go away. Hudson, which already draws a hefty 66.19 mill property tax to support its schools -- that equates to $2,027 per $100,000 of home value -- may have to ask for yet another millage to keep its school district budget on track.

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  11. Akron schools win but Hudson loses in Kasich budget, Goodyear...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 5 | The Plain Dealer

    Gov. John Kasich's proposed budget will add about $24 million to Akron Public Schools coffers over the next two years at the expense of school districts such as Hudson and Nordonia Hills. NEOMG's Data Analyst Rich Exner prepared a database to compare school districts.

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  12. Hudson football signing ceremony on National Signing Day 2015: photos, videoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 4 | Cleveland.com

    HUDSON, Ohio Hudson football players Mitch Guadagni and Matt Rightnour, both instrumental in getting the Explorers to their first state semifinal last season, signed National Letters of Intent to play Division I college football Wednesday during National Signing Day. Follow our high school sports Twitter account @NEOVarsity and tag your related Tweets and score updates with the #NEOVarsity hashtag.

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  13. Streetsboro woman ordered to pay back $100,000 she stole from Hudson doctor's officeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 3 | The Plain Dealer

    A Streetsboro woman was ordered Monday to pay back $100,000 to the Hudson outpatient surgery center where she worked as the office manager. Erica Shaffer, 33, was sentenced to five years probation Monday.

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  14. Strongsville gymnastics wins Team of the Week for week of Jan. 30,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 29, 2015 | Cleveland.com

    The Mustangs posted the highest event total in school history with a 37.475 on vault and took the top two spots in the all around with seniors Nicole Pratt and Erin Chips . It was a record-setting night for Strongsville - Chips set a school vault record 9.75 and Pratt is now second-best in school history with a 9.7 on vault.

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  15. Amherst upsets No. 22 Brecksville; No. 14 Green hits 16 3-pointers:...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 24, 2015 | Cleveland.com

    The night also featured some outstanding shooting performances as well as a coaching milestone from teams in the cleveland.com Top 25. "The confidence grew as the game went on," Amherst coach John Srnis said. "In between the regulation and overtime in the huddle, our guys are just very focused in and did a great job defensively, limiting them to one shot and did a great job contesting their shots."

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  16. Marriott plans Macedonia hotel, Hudson removes 'Children at play' signs, Silver Lake studies pollution: Summit County news roundupRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 21, 2015 | Cleveland.com

    The hotelier submitted plans to the city for two acres next to the Girl Scouts of North East Ohio building along I-271, the newspaper reported. The city's zoning board would have to approve a 15-foot height variance for the 50-foot, four-story hotel.

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  17. Nordonia could leave high schoolers off the bus, Hudson leasing Town Hall, library seeks...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 15, 2015 | Cleveland.com

    Summit County Council is considering a move to ask voters for more taxes to support Akron Summit County Public Libraries. In this Friday, July 17, 2009 photo, Darlene Taylor, a material processor at Akron-Summit County Public Library, sorts through new books at the main library in Akron, Ohio.

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  18. Akhia's Jan Gusich aims to help businesses communicate more effectively: 2015 People to WatchRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 26, 2014 | Cleveland.com

    Jan Gusich, founder and CEO of Akhia integrated business communications, oversees a bustling creative agency with 63 employees and $6 million to $7 million in revenues, with more growth expected in 2015. She said she is at the point where she can be choosy about the clients she chooses to work with, without risking having to let people go if she loses an account.

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  19. Hudson wrestlers break through to win first Hudson Holiday wrestling...Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 20, 2014 | Cleveland.com

    After hosting the Hudson Holiday Tournament for the past 48 years, the Hudson Explorers wrestling team finally broke through to win the team title at the event. The Explorers won one individual title and racked up three second-place finishes en route to scoring 220 points to end their title drought.

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  20. Religion events: Cookies, music and a replica BethlehemRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2014 | The Plain Dealer

    Bainbridge Community United Church of Christ holds its 5th annual Christmas Cookie Walk event from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, in the church social hall, 17751 Chillicothe Road in Chagrin Falls. Simple to elegant varieties of homemade cookies will be offered, and participants can create their own trays for $8 per pound.

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