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Voters did something Tuesday they haven't done since the Eisenhower Administration -- they approved new money for the Portage County Health District. Comment?
For several years, the Aurora Fire Department has received voter-approved tax revenue to enhance its operations. Comment?
Private interment took place for Rose Marie Fields, 86, who died April 6, 2013. She had lived in Aurora for 32 years. Comment?
The spring meeting of the newly-formed Aurora Botanicals will take place May 11 at 9 a.m. at the city's community gardens on Page Road between East Mennonite and Bartlett roads. Comment?
Brady Lake is between Kent and Ravenna. It's supposed to be called Brady's Lake because a long time ago a man named Brady was being chased by Native Americans. Comment?
Portage County commissioners recently received seven requests totaling $578,500 for this year's Community Development Block Grants. Comment?
It's difficult to imagine living on a budget put into place 57 years ago, but that's exactly what the Portage County Health Department has been doing since 1955, which was the last time voters approved additional funding for it. Comment?
Ravenna High School graduate Kim Plough was two-tenths of a mile from the finish line when the bombs exploded April 15 at the Boston Marathon. Comment?
Portage County school officials now have a glimpse of the A to F grading system the state will use to rank school districts in the future. Comment?
Similar to the work being done by schools and safety forces, the Mental Health & Recovery Board of Portage County and its agencies are preparing how to meet community mental health needs after a crisis incident. Comment?
Portage County has the second highest fee in the state of Ohio -- $9.60 per ton of trash. Comment?
Family bingo night will be April 5 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Church in Aurora, with all proceeds going to the Relay For Life team. Comment?
A locally drafted plan update for the Portage County Solid Waste Management District has been torpedoed because it failed to gain the support it needed from local governments. Comment?
Aurora City Council's vote against ratifying a proposed plan update for the Portage County Solid Waste Management District means the new plan will now be written by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. Comment?
Aurora City Council's vote against ratifying a proposed plan update for the Portage County Solid Waste Management District means the new plan now will be written by the Ohio EPA. Comment?
The Church in Aurora's Women's Guild will meet April 10 to install new officers for 2013-14. Twiinz Catering will prepare lunch for $5 each. Comment?
On March 20, Aurora American Legion Auxiliary Unit 803 honored local Vietnam veterans at Aurora Library with a prayer by Chaplain Shirley Duvall and a buffet of homemade sweets and fruit. Comment?
The rain began on the morning of Easter Sunday 100 years ago. The Kent Courier reported the downpour started just in time "to catch the Easter-bedecked people in the churches." It didn't end for four days. Comment?
An ongoing discussion among the Kent State University College of Public Health and Portage County's three health departments about shared services and potential mergers has been aided by a $125,000 grant from the nonprofit Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Comment?
Lawrence G. Santangelo, 52, was transported to Robinson Memorial Hospital in Ravenna after his Pontiac Sunfire and a Ford Explorer driven by Anthony N. Rodriguez II, 21, of Mantua, collided just south of Route 5 at about 6:45 a.m. A doctor pronounced Santangelo dead at the hospital. Comment?