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  1. Jim FlowerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Aurora Advocate

    Services were Dec. 12 for Jim Flower, 93, of Aurora, who died Dec. 9, 2014. Burial was in Crown Hill Cemetery in Twinsburg.

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  2. Anniiversary: Thomas R. and Joyce (Selig) HogarthRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Aurora Advocate

    The couple married Nov. 20, 1954, at Shaffer Memorial Church in Cleveland and are the parents of Thomas R. Hogarth Jr. of Twinsburg, Nancy Zmarzly of Macedonia and Carol Williams of Northfield. Tom Hogarth was a business owner for 36 years in Twinsburg.

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  3. Marlow takes over as swimming coach at Aurora High SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Aurora Advocate

    The lessons she's learned and knowledge she's gained have paved the way for her to become the new swimming coach at Aurora High School, succeeding Colin Kelly. "I've been swimming since I was 5 years old, and I just stayed with the sport," said Marlow, who grew up in Twinsburg.

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  4. Society NotesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Aurora Advocate

    Aurora High School's Class of 1964 observed its 50th reunion Oct. 18, with 35 classmates and 60 people overall gathering at Doogan's of Aurora. Master of ceremonies was Geoff Davies, and the singing group the Pop Tarts provided entertainment.

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  5. Aurora's building projects valued at $2.23 million; other city reports releasedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Aurora Advocate

    The value of projects for which building permits were issued in October was $2.23 million, according to the city's planning-zoning-building department. Twenty-nine residential permits for a value of $2.18 million were issued, including three each for single-family homes and condo units, 12 for alterations, five for utility buildings, two each for additions and other and one each for a deck and an in-ground pool.

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  6. Aurora junior wrestlers open season against Cuyahoga HeightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Aurora Advocate

    JAWS is composed of more than 70 wrestlers from kindergarten through sixth grade. They practice up to three nights a week and compete against nine other teams in the North East Ohio Youth Wrestling League -- Kenston, Twinsburg, Crestwood, Solon, Maple Heights, Mayfield, Nordonia, Garfield Heights and Cuyahoga Heights.

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  7. Preschool Teacher retiring after 40 years in early childhoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Aurora Advocate

    Carol Ann Zgrabik, or "Mrs. Carol Ann" is retiring from her long career in early childhood care on December 30, 2014. Mrs. Carol Ann started her home day care in Twinsburg, Ohio while her 3 children were in school.

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  8. Preschool Teacher retiring after 40 years iSn early childhoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Aurora Advocate

    Carol Ann Zgrabik, or "Mrs. Carol Ann" is retiring from her long career in early childhood care on December 30, 2014. Mrs. Carol Ann started her home day care in Twinsburg, Ohio while her 3 children were in school.

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  9. Jury finds Twinsburg man, former soccer coach guilty of rape of minorRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 3 | Aurora Advocate

    Akron - A 38-year-old Twinsburg man and former Sagamore Hills soccer coach accused of raping one underage female and of sexual battery against another has been found guilty by a Summit County jury. Gregory S. Kudla, 38, of Gettysburg Drive, was found guilty Dec. 2 of eight counts of rape; eight counts of sexual battery ; one count of gross sexual imposition; and one count of disseminating matter harmful to juveniles.

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  10. Reminderville salt costs rise about $5 a ton this yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Aurora Advocate

    With road salt costs on the rise by more than $5 per ton over last year and a harsh winter expected, keeping local roadways clear and safe for motorists this winter could come at a higher price for Reminderville. "I heard that it's going to be a brutal winter and the snowfall amounts are going to be up there," Reminderville Service Director Sam Scaffide said Nov. 13. "We are doing our best to prepare and ... we are keeping as much salt as we can on hand."

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  11. Society NoteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Aurora Advocate

    HIRAM WOMEN'S GROUP The Women's Council of Hiram College is hosting an encore program Dec. 6 at Twinsburg Hilton Garden Inn. At 11:30 a.m., punch and a cash bar will be available followed by a gourmet luncheon.

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  12. Dozens charged after dogfight raid at Akron home; 8 pit bulls rescuedRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2014 | Aurora Advocate

    Akron - Authorities have arrested and charged 47 people from five states after a police raid uncovered an alleged dogfighting ring in Akron. One of the people charged is Shawn T. Armstead, 34, of Cuyahoga Falls.

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  13. Officer's killer wants justices off his death sentence confirmationRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 12, 2014 | Aurora Advocate

    The Ohio Supreme Court should reconsider its narrow decision upholding a condemned killer's death sentence because two justices cast their votes in the midst of campaigns that focused on their support for law enforcement, an attorney argued in a Nov. 10 court filing. At issue is the court's 4-3 ruling last month in an appeal by death row inmate Ashford Thompson, who fatally shot Twinsburg Police Officer Joshua Miktarian in 2008.

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  14. $3 million in building projects coming up in AuroraRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2014 | Aurora Advocate

    The value of building projects for which the city granted permits in September was $3.017 million, according to the planning-zoning-building department. The biggest single project was $1.2 million for a new building for Dr. Aydin Cabi at 485 N. Aurora Road.

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  15. Three area female mayors talkabout their careers, challengesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2014 | Aurora Advocate

    Twinsburg, Solon and Aurora Women in Business groups presented a "3Chamber Mayoral Panel" Nov. 6 at the Bertram Inn in Aurora. District Director Nick Ciofani asked Mayors Ann Womer Benjamin of Aurora, Katherine Procop of Twinsburg and Susan Drucker of Solon a series of questions that, in turn, each mayor answered for attendees.

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  16. Voters re-elect David Joyce to the Congressional seat in U.S. District 14Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2014 | Aurora Advocate

    Voters in U.S. House District 14 re-elected David Joyce to represent them in U.S. Congress for the next two years. According to final, but unofficial results from the Ohio secretary of state's office, Joyce, a Republican from Russell Township, received 133,520 votes .

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  17. Society NotesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2014 | Aurora Advocate

    AURORA STUDY CLUB The Aurora Study Club's next meeting will be Nov. 19, when Army Lt. Col Charles McGibony will talk about the Honor Flight Network founded by Earl Morse, a physician assistant and retired Air Force captain.

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  18. Business BriefsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2014 | Aurora Advocate

    An Aurora screen printing and embroidery business hopes to keep the Twinsburg community in stitches, as Imagine That opens a second location on Ravenna Road in early November. Chris and Jamie Gentille of Aurora were to open the second location Nov. 3 at 9737 Ravenna Road to partner with the original Imagine That on West Garfield Road in Aurora.

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  19. Aurora antiques appraisal fair proves successfulRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2014 | Aurora Advocate

    Aurora Historical Society hosted its third antiques appraisals fair, consignment shop and cafe on Oct. 11, and officials said it was well attended and provided a fun-filled day for participants. The Antiques Road Show format enabled guests to not only obtain a bit of history of their antiques, but to learn of their monetary value.

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  20. Aurora Police ReportsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2014 | Aurora Advocate

    Burglary: Thefts of items worth nearly $10,000 were reported Oct. 14 from a vacant Creek View Drive home which is for sale. A homeowner discovered the burglary while visiting the site.

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