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Wooster firm to plug gas well on new football field’s site

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted North Olmsted School officials Thursday gave the go-ahead for plugging an open gas well found where the district’s new football field is expected to be located. During Thursday’s board of education work session, board officials gave unanimous approval of awarding a $62,545 contract to Hagen Well Service of Wooster. Officials […]

Barker’s replacement expected by March 21

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted City Council officials are expected to fill by March 21 the vacancy created by the resignation of longtime Ward 2 Councilman Paul Barker. After interviewing the five candidates to replace Barker during a Feb. 28 committee of the whole meeting, council President Nicole Dailey Jones said current plans are to […]

North Olmsted to use grant money to fix up Burns Road sidewalks

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted City officials will use a Community Development Block Grant award to fix up longstanding sidewalk problems in the Burns Road area after receiving word last week from Cuyahoga County officials North Olmsted was expected to receive the grant. North Olmsted planning and development Director Kim Wenger said the city is […]

North Olmsted Schools set free showing of award-winning film “Most Likely to Succeed”

North Olmsted North Olmsted school officials are inviting all community members – parents, students, grandparents, young adults, senior citizens, business members, civic leaders and anyone interested in taking a re-imagined look at education, to a free viewing of the documentary “Most Likely to Succeed” on Tuesday, March 14 at North Olmsted High School. Doors open […]

 

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