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COVENTRY : Summit County sheriff's deputies responded to an Oct. 31 report that an intoxicated man was stealing items from an East Turkeyfoot Lake Road gas station and found the man, who had been banned from the store on several previous occasions, concealing items in his pockets. The Uniontown man was arrested for theft, criminal trespassing and disorderly conduct by intoxication and taken to the Summit County Jail. Comment?
Last season, the Green football team finished with an overall record of 4-6, which included a 2-5 mark in the Suburban League. This year, the Bulldogs are moving to the Federal League, which head coach Jon Wallace said will be "an adjustment." Comment?
The National Weather Service reported the next day an EF-1 tornado started in Uniontown next to the Uniontown Fire Department on state Route 619 and traveled east-southeast along an intermittent path for approximately 9 miles with speeds of up to 105 mph. The storm downed trees and power lines, causing power disruption to hundreds of homes for hours. Comment?
According to several Lakemore Village Council members, due diligence was done and the June 1 meeting was the appropriate time to approve a restructuring of the village's water and sewer rates. At a public hearing on the matter, held just prior to the regular meeting, residents requested Council take time to reconsider the proposed rate structure revisions before voting on the legislation. Comment?
Uniontown Community Park, located at 3696 Apollo St. N.W., will have a grand opening to celebrate its new playground tomorrow, May 23, at 1 p.m. According to Uniontown Community Park Board Trustee Michael Muniak, Uniontown Park is a nonprofit run by volunteers from both Green and Uniontown. The new playground, which opened to the public in late April, replaces 30-year-old equipment and includes a variety of equipment designed for ages 2-12 and was installed with help from volunteers, according to Muniak. Comment?
The Springfield Local School District Board of Education held a special meeting April 14 to consider one item on the agenda and then go into executive session to discuss personnel. At the meeting, the board voted 4-0 to accept the retirement resignation of Springfield Junior High and Senior High School Assistant Principal Michelle Warner, effective July 1. The board also agreed to set a public hearing to consider rehiring her. Comment?
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