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The North Ridgeville High School Spectrum of Sound Show Choir performs before North Ridgeville Mayor Kevin Corcoran’s first State of the City Address at the North Ridgeville Academic Center on Friday. The Spectrum of Sound is directed by Sarah Miller.

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Panera Bread seeks Avon location

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Last August, with the blessing of Avon Lake City Schools officials, Avon Lake City Council increased the fine for passing a stopped school bus from $500 to $750, also adding the possibility of up to a 30-day jail sentence for offenders. We applauded that action then and we applaud Avon Lake’…

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Once a dog family, always a dog family. While I was growing up in Fairview Park, we always had dogs. I remember playing with our beagle mix, Bonnie, when I was really small, maybe about 5 years old. I remember hugging her and I vaguely recall cuddling on the couch with her. It was traumatic …

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Avon Branch Library

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 Take a pinch of “Alien,” a dash of “Creature From The Black Lagoon”, a page or two from “Cthulhu” and some vague references to humans destroying the environment, mix with an attractive cast and voila: “Underwater.”

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With speed and full-court fury that grew from a productive week of practice and a desire to end a four-game losing streak, the Olmsted Falls Bulldogs rushed out to a big first-quarter lead on the way to beating visiting North Olmsted 88-54 Friday.

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North Olmsted and Olmsted Falls were perfect Thursday night in North Ridgeville. Both the Eagles and the Bulldogs finished 2-0 in a Southwestern Conference wrestling quad meet, beating North Ridgeville and Westlake.

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Using defensive intensity, the Bay Rockets walloped Great Lakes Conference foe Holy Name on Jan. 8 for a 52-19 rout.

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Dear Rusty: My question is about the "restricted application for spousal benefits only" I saw referenced in an article. I will turn 66 in February and have applied for my "full retirement benefit" and will continue to work full time. My husband turned 66 this month and has not yet applied fo…

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Members of the Avon High School hockey team took some time Friday to read to first and second graders at Avon East Elementary School. Assistant coach Craig Umland and players Vince Heironymus, Cal Miller, Alex Tompkins, Matthew Folds and Jack Goetz read stories such as “The Real Story of the…

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Avon Lake’s Westview Elementary School’s third-grade classes held a sock donation drive through the Community West Foundation over the holiday season.

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North Olmsted is seeking an artist or a team of artists to create public art for the Butternut Ridge Pocket Park, which is being planned for a quarter-acre, triangle-shaped property on Butternut Ridge Road by the Canterbury Road intersection with Interstate 480.

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AVON LAKE - As a new year begins, Kathryn Eyring’s outlook on growing older while meeting the challenges of establishing habits for a healthy lifestyle is catching on, if not becoming contagious.

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Portions of the North Olmsted Recreation Center will be shut down between May and Labor Day while workers repair the ice rink’s dehumidification system as part of a $2.2 million renovation project.

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When Katie Murphy’s mother, Jen, needed back surgery in February 2006 during the Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy, neither knew her time recovering would lead to a shared love for curling. Nearly 14 years later, that love has turned into a passion for Katie. The 17-year-old Fairview High Scho…

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Steve Polly loves Rocky River. From the bustling nightlife, the access to the Metroparks to the school district that his two daughters, Evelyn and Iris attend. He loves it so much that he formed the Public Service Committee to help maintain the city’s image.

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Pat McGannon knew the kind of damage humans were inflicting on the earth from a young age. A lifelong Bay Village resident, he was shocked at the amount of litter and pollution he saw on his way to St. Ignatius High School every morning.