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A special needs teacher and one-time candidate for the Ohio House of Representatives was sentenced to 45 days in jail Monday for punching out an SUV window and striking his ex-girlfriend on her eye.
Peninsula Councilman Michael Matusz has been acquitted of a misdemeanor charge of removing a video camera in the council chambers.
Dominion East Ohio is replacing more than 15,000 feet of pipelines in Cuyahoga Falls in two projects totalling more than $3 million this winter.
PENINSULA: The nonprofit scenic railroad in Ohio’s Cuyahoga Valley National Park says it logged about 214,000
passengers last year, reaching the highest ridership in its five decade history.
Mary Bethel is using her knitting needles to make a statement.
CUYAHOGA FALLS: City officials are taking a bus load of interested parties on a two-day tour of three Midwest cities to learn about their successful downtown districts.
Christmas came a few weeks early for the Pilgrim United Church of Christ in Cuyahoga Falls.
The city of Cuyahoga Falls is warning its residents of a potential scam to swindle customers of private information.
CUYAHOGA FALLS: A spokesman for Menards Inc. has told the city the company intends to break ground on its long-awaited Graham Road store in 2017.
CUYAHOGA FALLS: A city police officer who was injured in a crash in July is back on the job.
Amid statewide and national concerns about lead contamination, Akron city officials posted an interactive map online Monday showing the location of pipes with lead that carry drinking water.