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COPLEY TWP.: A state traffic study shows the effect of closing Minor Road where the two-lane local blacktop crossed state Route 21 is not as bad as some feared.
Carolyn Staudt remembers the knock on her classroom door on Jan. 28, 1986.
COPLEY TWP.: Copley Township is experiencing a building boom. Last year, building permits were issued for residential and commercial projects totaling $25.4 million — a spike from $2.6 million in 2014.
Brian Fortney fell in love with his house in Fairlawn practically from the minute he saw it.
Olga Middendorf has been on this planet for nearly 99 years, but proving it to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles and others turned into a seven-week nightmare.
While proud of Fairlawn’s progress during 2015, Mayor Bill Roth focused much of his state of the city address on Monday on FairlawnGig — a proposed high-speed Internet broadband system for the city.
Copley Twp.: Emily Trunko has a Tumblr blog that has amassed 80,000 followers in its first two months.
Fairlawn: Members of the local Jewish community on Monday shared the ceremonial lighting of the menorah with the public during the 25th annual Hanukkah at the Mall event.
COPLEY TWP.: Township trustees approved a resolution Wednesday establishing a school zone on Schoolcraft Avenue behind the Copley-Fairlawn Middle School, 1531 S. Cleveland-Massillon Road.
COPLEY TWP.: The Copley Circle Christmas tree lighting is set for 6 p.m. Sunday.