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COPLEY TWP.: No snow means no Winterfest.
FAIRLAWN: The city is in sound financial shape, with income tax revenue climbing 3.5 percent last year over the previous year, Mayor Bill Roth said Monday during his annual State of the City speech.
Copley Township’s Lynn Slaby will not be seeking re-appointment to the state’s Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.
Parents know the baby-sitting drill: Call the grandparents. Text the friends. Offer the teenager down the street extra pay if she’ll cancel her Friday night plans.
FAIRLAWN: With its message of bringing light to the world, Hanukkah is the only Jewish tradition that is specifically supposed to be a public spectacle.
FAIRLAWN: Relief is coming for all the motorists who are tired of getting stuck in traffic on South Cleveland-Massillon Road.
COPLEY TWP.: Come 2017, Copley Township employees will receive a 2 percent pay bump.
COPLEY TWP.: Years ago, Gary Corley discovered that the best part of Christmas wasn’t getting. It was giving.
Fairlawn: Neal Broida couldn’t even wait for West Point Market’s official reopening.