July 30, 2014

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Avon Lake seeks to fill board vacancies

AVON LAKE – Residents have a chance to give back to the community as three boards each have a vacant spot that will be filled by appointment as soon as possible. The Planning Commission, Zoning Board of Appeals and the Environmental Affairs Advisory Board each have one open spot, said Barbara Dopp, clerk of council. Read More…

Avon/Avon Lake blotter: Dec. 10

Avon police Wednesday, Dec. 28 6:29 p.m. – Detroit Road near French Creek Square, Lynn E. Brada, 40, Avon Lake, charged with operating a vehicle intoxicated. Saturday, Dec. 1 2:58 a.m. – Interstate 90 near state Route 611, David L. Kristoff, 28, Sheffield Lake, charged with operating vehicle intoxicated, driving under suspension/operating vehicle intoxicated and Read More…

AP ANALYSIS: State attorney general dealing with mistakes

COLUMBUS – In 11 months, Ohio`s tough-minded new attorney general has taken on the nation`s largest insurance brokerage, the mortgage lending industry, student loan providers, the big three credit rating agencies and MySpace – to name a few. Dann And this aggressive approach by Marc Dann, a 45-year-old Democrat who burst on the state political Read More…

New guidelines for teacher conduct written in private

COLUMBUS – A new code of conduct has been written for Ohio`s educators, but it was done without notification to the public or media, a violation of state law, a newspaper reported Sunday. A draft report of the code from the Education Standards Board makes clear that teachers in Ohio`s schools should not engage in Read More…

Court rulings could slow foreclosure rate

CINCINNATI – An Ohio court ruling that a bank couldn`t foreclose on a home because it didn`t prove it owned the mortgage was the latest in a series of similar rulings that could slow the tide of foreclosures in a heavily impacted state. Attorney General Marc Dann on Friday filed motions in other cases around Read More…

Boot camp helps new dads

ZANESVILLE – Boot Camp for New Dads, a nationwide program that teaches inexperienced fathers how to handle, diaper and burp their infants, is catching on in Ohio, as more men say they want to learn how to cope with the demands of parenthood. Although expectant mothers have long been offered classes to help them prepare Read More…

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