Road work completed and more to come

by Marian McMahon

CONCORD TOWNSHIP - Service Director Frank Kraska reported concrete road work was completed in Kellogg Park Estates at the Sept. 9 Board of Trustees meeting.

Golden Bunnies presented at Rabbit Run Theater

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MADISON - Rabbit Run Theater's Annual Bunny Awards were held Sept. 9. Each year Rabbit Run season ticket holders vote for their favorite actors and performances with the results announced at this end-of-the season celebration.

Recommendations on police immigration policy

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PAINESVILLE – The City of Painesville removed references to English proficiency, clarifying language and increasing police training in response to a community task force’s recommendations on improving Police Policy 413, which outlines reporting criminals suspected of being undocumented to federal officials.

View the Vietnam Combat Veterans Memorial Wall in Perry

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PERRY - The Vietnam Combat Veterans Memorial, the “Moving Wall” will come to Perry High School at One Success Blvd. in Perry from Sept. 21 to 24. The exhibit will be open 24 hours a day. Viewing will begin Thursday, Sept. 21 at noon and the opening ceremony at 7 p.m. Closing ceremony will be at 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 24.

Complaints spur proposed tree service registration law

by Glen Miller

MENTOR - Residential complaints about poor service by tree trimming and removal companies has spurred action by the city that is likely to require companies to register with the Mentor Building Department as do other kinds of contractors.

Once a Pirate, always a Pirate

by Dawn Bubonic

PERRY - Former Perry Youth Football player, Austin Quere, moved to Texas with his family and now plays for Huffman Youth Football. With the devastation of Hurricane Harvey, the Perry Youth Football League wanted to do something to take care of one of their own. Charlie Collins, who has a son on the Perry Youth Football team, is a commercial truck driver and offered to transport donations to Texas.

CSX money demand irks Mentor Council

by Glen Miller

MENTOR - City council isn’t happy with CSX Railroad’s request for an additional $76,531 to complete work on a new railroad crossing tying Plaza Boulevard to Clover Avenue and Tyler Boulevard.