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Village of Roaming Shores swears in a new sergeant among other business

ROAMING SHORES – A swearing in of Sergeant Clay Beck, a presentation from Gary Hunter from Route 6 Tourist Association, as well a discussion over several ordinances were some of the main topics on the agenda on Tuesday, April 17 during Village of Roaming Shores regular monthly council meeting.(From April 20 edition).

Falcons start season 2-0

HUBBARD - The Jefferson Falcons softball team picked up their second win of the season with an away win over the host Hubbard Eagles.

Eagles drop Heralds

PERRY – The Geneva Eagles played the St. John Heralds in a county tennis match at Pine Lake. Geneva won the contest four to one.

Diamond Centre widening dispute goes to court

MENTOR – For weeks a more than decade-old dispute between the City of Mentor and Shamrock Business Center Ltd. has threatened to erupt into an all-out-legal battle over the developer's efforts to back out of an agreement to pay for the widening of Diamond Centre Drive.

Mentor seeks more than $2 million in erosion fix funds

MENTOR – Mentor city administrators are looking for more than $2 million to stop lake erosion along a key portion of Mentor Nature Preserve near the mouth of the Mentor Lagoons. The need for the funds was among the topics discussed during a council work session held prior to its April 3 regular public meeting.

Powerboat races have new date and parade

Mentor – The third annual powerboat races off Mentor Headlands Beach State Park are drawing more attention nationwide that the NBC Sports Network plans to broadcast the July 20-22 races on a delayed basis.

Statewide welcome to Medicare events

COLUMBUS - Ohio Department of Insurance Director Jillian Froment is encouraging all soon-to-be Medicare eligible Ohioans to attend free Welcome to Medicare events sponsored by the Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP), a division of the Ohio Department of Insurance. These statewide events will provide answers to health insurance coverage questions to more than 100,000 Ohioans expected to join Medicare this year.

Buy used books at library

PAINESVILE - The Friends of Morley Library May Book Sales at Morley Library, 184 Phelps St., Painesville are Wednesday, May 9, 4-7 p.m., Friends members’ preview sale (memberships sold at the door); and Saturday, May 12, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. for the general public.