Monthly Archives: August, 2012
It’s almost false advertising when Tremont’s exciting Convergence-Continuum advertises that “it’s not easy growing up ‘different’ on the farm.” Its current production, “MilkMilkLemonade,” is a delightfully absurd play. Emory is a fifth-grader who indeed is “different.” His favorite toy is a doll with a frightening mane of hair. Told by his grandmother that “God does [...]
No closing date has yet been set for the auction the GSA is conducting for what the NASA Glenn Research Center termed Buildings 500 and 501 and the 9.8 acres of property on which they sit.
By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted North Olmsted’s school board approved a new four-year contract with the teachers union in a special meeting Wednesday, a contract, which all parties said, aids the district financially for several years. “It puts us in a better position for several years,” interim Superintendent Terry Krivak said afterward. “We’re glad to [...]
By Ryan Kaczmarski BAY hopes to build on last year’s 8-9-1 overall record, and make it to regionals in the postseason. “We are a great deal older than last year’s squad,” Rockets head coach Robert Dougherty said. “We graduated two starters and seven seniors (overall). We had seven freshmen (last year) play large sections of [...]