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GREEN: Mayor Gerard Neugebauer has cast his first veto since taking office Jan. 1, killing the just-passed large pay raises for new and re-elected City Council members starting in 2018 and 2020.
GREEN: David Hill and his mother, Dolores, took a risk about 40 years ago and launched a dairy equipment business that has grown to serve farms in five states.
GREEN: Reports this week that construction is imminent on a controversial 255-mile natural gas pipeline through central and northern Ohio and onto Michigan and Ontario, Canada, are untrue and at best premature, local officials said.
GREEN: City Council members whose terms begin in 2018 will ring in that New Year with substantial raises.
GREEN: Water rates will increase and council pay may do the same, according to action taken and not taken at Tuesday’s City Council meeting.
GREEN: A woman who found her family’s name inscribed on a tombstone in the neighbor’s front yard has asked the police to investigate what she considers more than a Halloween prank.
GREEN: Area residents tapped into Aqua Ohio water lines could see a 3.25 percent yearly increase in their water bills over the next four or five years beginning in January.
GREEN: Green Local Schools’ budget may be in the red in fiscal year 2021, school board members learned at their Monday night meeting.
The Summit County Sheriff’s Office is investigating several residential burglaries that have occurred within the city of Green and Coventry Township.
The Summit County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help to identify a man suspected of breaking into several homes in the Green and Coventry Township areas.