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  • Buckeyes add three football recruits July 25, 2016
    Ohio State’s football program has added three recruits following its Friday Night Lights. Defensive end Chase Young and running back Brian Snead verbally committed to the Buckeyes that night. Cornerback Amir Riep joined them on Saturday.
  • Four days to go until Browns camp July 25, 2016
    Those who have waited patiently for football only need to wait four more days. The Cleveland Browns open training camp in Berea on Friday. The first preseason game follows Aug. 12 in Green Bay against the Packers.
  • The war on drugs continues in Geagua County July 25, 2016
    The war on drugs continues in Geagua County. Chardon High School students, teachers and community members are organizing a community drug abuse and awareness picnic this Friday night (July 29) at Munson Township Park, from 5 to 8:30 p.m., with live music, food vendors, and a question-and-answer session with a panel of law enforcement personnel. […]
  • Plans to build home on wetlands July 25, 2016
    Controversy surrounds a plan to convert the Fairway Pines Golf Course in Painesville Township into a residential area. Painesville Township Administrator Michael Manary said a housing development company has proposed building hundreds of homes on the property, but some neighbors have voiced concerns because the golf course sits on wetlands they believe should be protected, […]
  • Ashtabula Public Library now set to reopen Aug. 1 July 25, 2016
    ASHTABULA – It wasn’t weather related issues that kept the local library from re-opening it’s doors. For the second time this month, manufacturers’ shipping delays have pushed back the reopening of the Ashtabula Public Library, now set to reopen Aug. 1, instead of Monday. -0-