Author Archives: Lee Murray
Locally, more people use government assistance to buy food than the national average. Lee Murray has the story.
State auditors have found several problems in Liberty Township’s accounts and say there were enough problems to raise “substantial doubt” about the township’s “ability to continue as a going concern. Township officials say the problems are the result of severe cuts in state tax revenue, elimination of estate taxes and a reduction in the property tax base.
Hubbard Police Officer Adam Hess checks every room along the central hallway of Hubbard Middle School with his gun drawn.
A monthly water bill is nothing new. A water bill in the thousands of dollars – well, “it’s growing pains,” according Jerry Lambert, the director of public services for Girard. Those “pains” were attributed to a software problem in the changeover from manual-read water meters to automatic readers.
The streets of Hubbard were turned into a patriotic spectacle of red, white and blue by volunteers from Covenant Life Fellowship Church.
“My wife scheduled a wedding without telling me the dates. I said I was sorry, but I was going to have to go to Ohio first to open some Pizza Huts.”
The troubled intersection of Interstate 680 and U.S. Route 224 is about to get worse before it gets better.
Residents at International Towers have been told by the building’s management to sign a contract that some believe will make them financially liable for future bedbug infestations — or their apartment will not be treated by exterminators.
An elderly Girard couple told police that they gave $1,000 to a man claiming to be a roofing contractor last week, but they have not been able to contact him since.
The Boy Scouts of America Greater Western Reserve Council says it will abide by a decision by the national council to permit membership of gay youths.