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DOYLESTOWN – Dennis Check from the Hasenstab Architects Inc. firm started the May meeting of the Chippewa Local Board of Education meeting May 23 by giving the members and those present in the audience an update on the progress of the new school that will be built on Portage Street.

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LODI – Frank Brothers Landscape Supply has been family owned and operated in Lodi for 25 years.

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CLEVELAND – Northeast Ohio’s most famous TV meteorologist will be signing off the air for the last time this year – but that’s only so he can focus on companion animals, his true passion in life.

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ORRVILLE – Serpentini Chevrolet Buick of Orrville was given the 2015 Mark of Excellence Award by Chevrolet.

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CRESTON – A Norwayne Middle School eighth-grader is on a frightening journey.

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WEST SALEM – The West Salem community is pulling together in support of one of their own. Amber Napier Woosnam, 28, a graduate of Northwestern High School, wife of Trevor and mother of 4-year-old Brendan, is in a fight for her life as she battles breast cancer.

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RITTMAN – Police Chief Mike Burg has about eight weeks left on the job, not that he’s counting or anything.

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RITTMAN – The annual health fair and expo will be Monday, June 13 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Heritage Hall, the old Rittman High School.

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CHIPPEWA TOWNSHIP – At the May 11 meeting, the Chippewa Township Trustees approved a purchase to make their township ditching program more efficient.

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CRESTON – No charges for man loafing in Creston store.

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WEST SALEM – Assurances from the village solicitor May 11 that the company was legitimate did not reassure the village council enough to buy into a grant facilitating company.

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DOYLESTOWN – The U.S. has held a National Day of Prayer since Harry Truman signed a law in 1952 designating the first Thursday in May for that purpose.

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DOYLESTOWN – The morning of May 7, the Chippewa Township Fire Department, along with departments from Canal Fulton, Norton, Copley, Sharon Township and Wadsworth, held a “training exercise” at a house on Eastern Road.

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DOYLESTOWN – Council hurried through a 10-minute meeting May 4 to enable members to attend a gathering at Chippewa High School where Dale Arnold explained a community’s options regarding the pending Nexus pipeline.

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BURBANK – Voters won’t face village operating levies in November, the council decided at the May 5 meeting.

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SANDUSKY – There are big things happening at Cedar Point this season. The Sandusky amusement park took the wraps off Valravn, its newest roller coaster, for media members and special guests on May 4.

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MILLERSBURG – Stutzman Farms is voluntarily recalling its Savory Sprouted Spelt Crackers, Organic Puffed Spelt, Organic Spelt Berries, Organic Rolled Spelt and Organic Spelt Bran due to an undeclared wheat allergen.

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RITTMAN – With officials all the way up to the President of the United States agreeing that opiate addiction is an epidemic, the Rittman SALT Coalition did its part for damage control April 30.

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COLUMBUS – The Ohio Supreme Court has overturned an appellate court decision in a suit filed by the family of a teenage girl who died in a Wayne County car crash in October 2011, ruling in favor of the county.

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The Orrville Exchange Club is starting a new program this year. In addition to the flags that people purchase from the Rotary Club for in front of their homes or businesses, The Exchange Club will be selling flags to be displayed in a field. The flags Exchange Club is selling is to promote h…

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DOYLESTOWN – The Doylestown Ministerial Association and the Doylestown Lion’s Club will be hosting their 10th annual National Day of Prayer Breakfast on Thursday, May 5 from 7 to 8 a.m. at the American Legion Post, 49 Black Drive.

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WAYNE COUNTY – State Route 302, just west of Rutt Road, will close Monday, May 2 for a culvert replacement.

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CRESTON – Police Chief Bryon Meshew joins Itsy Ray, widow of Creston police officer Kenny Ray Jr., April 29 planting a maple tree in Ray's memory.

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RITTMAN – Scavenger hunt jar put back where it came from.

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WOOSTER – On April 15, The Post Road Crew went down to Hartzler’s Ice Cream Shoppe, 5454 Cleveland Road, for a 20th anniversary celebration.

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DOYLESTOWN – The Doylestown Garden Club is at it again. On April 21, the day before Earth Day, the group gathered at the downtown village gazebo to break ground for a new memorial garden which will feature a brick walkway and two brick and concrete benches.

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RITTMAN – Up to eight hens will be allowed on residential properties in the city if an ordinance that got a first reading April 25 is approved.

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DOYLESTOWN – With the success of last year’s event, Mary Mertic decided to bring back the Antiques Rogues Show at the Silver Run Winery for it’s second year on April 19.

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DOYLESTOWN – The weather cooperated as Kay Kerr, chairperson of the Shade Tree Committee, and two Chippewa High School students, Emma Bair and Kelley McEndree planted a Pink Sparkles Crabtree in honor of Arbor Day on April 19.

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