Monthly Archives: June, 2012
Joe Shucofsky could offer no pop psychology explanation of why Liptrap abused his position of trust. The school board president repeated what he told the court – that Liptrap has a special gift of relating the students but squandered that gift.
By Nicole Hennessy Westshore Northeast Ohio is officially experiencing drought conditions attributed to global warming by environmental groups. Short spurts of heavy rain never seem to be enough to quench the parched, brown lawns that crunch beneath feet after higher-than-usual regional temperatures alleviated winter and skipped spring. Unless homeowners or renters have the money or time to regularly water […]
By Jeff Gallatin Bay Village Bay school board members Monday settled on a proposed 25-year, 1.97-mill capital improvements bond levy for the November ballot. The measure would raise $16.8 million for improvements and renovations in various district buildings. District officials have said the move will extend the life of various schools in the district for […]
Organizers of Liberty Fest, Crocker Park’s annual Independence Day festival, hope to set a new Guinness Book of World Records benchmark Sunday night for the number of people wearing sunglasses at night. A fireworks show will follow the Cleveland Pops concert, which begins at 8:30 p.m.