2 Press Papers

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NORTH RIDGEVILLE - The cast and crew of Lake Ridge Academy’s Upper School fall play, “The Imaginary Invalid,” performed at the Ohio Thespian State Conference held last month at Northmont High School near Dayton. The production was one of four in the state chosen to perform on the main stage,…

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NORTH RIDGEVILLE - Patrolman Frank Trampush began working in the Academic Center in mid March, making him the second school resource officer in the district. The schools were in need of a second in-school officer because the district has grown to approximately 4,500 students.

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NORTH RIDGEVILLE - Thousands of bees will soon call Ranger High Tech Academy home. Students will study bees in their natural environment as part of the school’s beekeeping program. Head custodian and teacher of the activity, Steven Esber, said the bees were expected to arrive early this week…

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NORTH RIDGEVILLE - Senior Center Director Rita Price of North Ridgeville died April 13 at Ames Family Hospice House in Westlake, after a short battle with cancer. She was 56.

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The Legacy Pointe subdivision is one example of the City of Avon Lake’s tree-planting program. Working with developers to ensure urban forestry earned the city another Tree City USA award.

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AVON LAKE — The city has been named a Tree City USA community for the 25th consecutive year. Avon Lake’s Director of Public Works Joe Reitz attributes the recognition to the city’s tree planting and replanting initiatives.

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The Brookside High School track and field program had a busy day last Friday, hosting 16 boys track teams and 16 girls teams at the 5th annual Brookside Invitational. The Cards finished with strong results, taking third overall in the girls competition while the boys team placed fourth overa…

AVON LAKE — After a six-month delay, work on the traffic light at Webber and Avon Belden roads has started. Last week, a crew from Greenwich Electric was installing underground conduits on the east side of Route 83.