This column was excerpted from Gov. John Kasich’s 2017 State of the State Address given April 4 in Sandusky.
“We have an excellent opportunity with Issue 121 to replace the four elementary schools with one centrally-located building for grades Pre-K through 4th grade. This new facility would be built to accommodate all of our youngest citizens, with age appropriate separations and shared space and resources.”
Why us? As denizens of the Cleveland area, we’ve survived The Drive, The Fumble, The Shot, The Burning River, The Mayor’s Burning Hair. Now, most likely, we will have to live down The Donald. It all looked too good to be true last year when the Republican National Committee chose Cleveland for its quadrennial convention. […]
Growing up in Lakewood, Lakewood Park was always a fixture, a big, inviting green space in the midst of a closely packed city. It was the site of summer picnics for everything from Girl Scouts to birthday celebrations, dripping orange popsicles and many hours spent eating dust on the softball fields, (mostly the result […]