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While social issues regarding race and equality have taken the spotlight throughout the county, Lakewood officials wanted to shine a light on another pressing issue. City council unanimously approved a resolution declaring June 5 as Gun Violence Awareness Day during a meeting held Monday.

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Following those losses to the Great Lakes Conference’s upper echelon of programs — Elyria Catholic, Holy Name and Parma — the Fairview Warriors rediscovered themselves last week by beating Normandy and, most recently, on the road at Rocky River, 66-48 Friday.

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Avon Branch Library

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After blanking Strongsville 6-0 Saturday night at the John M. Coyne Recreation Center in Brooklyn, the Pirates got another crack at Mentor in the Baron Cup I final the following afternoon.

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Efforts are underway to pass legislation that makes using an electronic device while driving a primary offense in Ohio. Only drivers under age 18 face this prohibition now. For all others, it is a secondary offense, which means a law enforcement officer must observe another infraction, such …

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Those interested in voting in the March 17 Ohio primary election must register by Tuesday. Registered voters who moved in the past 30 days must update their addresses with the Board of Elections in the county where they live.

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In the final 50 seconds of Tuesday’s game against host Bay High School, Rocky River’s Tommy Ruma didn’t lose his focus. The senior traveled with 47.5 seconds left and the Pirates up 50-49. On defense, Ruma grabbed the rebound, was fouled and made both free throws.

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Bay High School’s Key Club hosted its inaugural pizza bakeoff Feb. 4 at the high school. Six local pizza shops (Buca Di Beppo, Domino’s, Gina’s, Jet’s, Marco’s and Whole Foods) provided the food. They competed for three awards: Best Specialty (Jet’s), Best Pepperoni (Buca Di Beppo) and Peopl…

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Turnovers have plagued the Fairview Warriors throughout the season. That trend continued in a 57-42 loss at Parma Wednesday.

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North Ridgeville’s gameplan was a simple one Friday night. On the road against Westlake, the Rangers executed it to perfection.

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In what felt like a matter of moments, the Westlake Demons turned a close 13-9 first-quarter lead into a blowout. Starting in the middle of the second quarter and running through the end of the third period, the Demons outscored host North Ridgeville 29-2 and took a commanding 48-14 lead int…

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North Olmsted, having not won a game this season, came out playing a methodical pace in the first quarter Friday at Avon, and the host Eagles almost fell into the trap. After the first eight minutes, Avon led just 7-6 with neither team attempting many shots as North Olmsted patiently worked …

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Dear Rusty: I have worked my entire life and contributed to Social Security. I have been single my entire life with no children. What happens to all that money I have contributed to Social Security if I die at age 62? Curious Worker

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Avon Lake seeks to fill council seat

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Avon Branch Library

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A new program is hitting the right notes at Forest Primary School in North Olmsted. Students and staff can relax and focus on their school work.

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Katie Murphy will never forget her time in Lausanne, Switzerland. The 17-year-old Fairview High School senior, who recently returned from the Youth Olympics, said despite her curling team’s 1-4 record, the experience was incredible.

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The owners of the Lake Erie Crushers want to restructure their lease with the city for Sprenger Stadium by extending the agreement by five years but reducing their annual payment from $250,000 to $100,000.