Green Mayor Dick Norton said he was optimistic about the city’s future, while recounting past accomplishments during his time in office, as he delivered his final State of the City address to more than 200 people Wednesday night at Raintree Country Club.
You may recall my column in November about a 40-foot hauling trailer that was set on fire in Barberton. It was nearly full of things like medical equipment, books and computers ready to be shipped to the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Before MaryEllen Smith’s momma passed in 2012, she asked for a favor. Once she was gone, she wanted some belongings she had acquired from a dear couple to be returned to their descendants. The problem is, MaryEllen doesn’t know who they are.
GREEN: City Council jumped into the Nexus natural gas pipeline fray this week, assuring Green and New Franklin residents that legislation opposing the proposed high-pressure transmission system will be on its Feb. 10 agenda.