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GREEN: Every student at Green High School will step into a new world of learning come August following school board action Monday night.
Summit County drug agents arrested two Canton residents Thursday after they tried to sell a large amount of methamphetamine to undercover officers, authorities said.
GREEN: Busing to Green on Thursday afternoon for a Federal League baseball game, North Canton Hoover coach Jeff Hite anticipated more of what happened Tuesday.
Summit Metro Parks may again allow public camping at Nimisila Reservoir Metro Park, and that’s good news to local camping enthusiasts.
GREEN: City Council agreed Tuesday to delay a vote on hiring a full-time law director to replace part-time law director Stephen Pruneski, who submitted his resignation effective March 15.
GREEN: A Green Middle School language teacher accused of proselytizing to her students has agreed to stop assigning religious projects.
Theodore Milan was just 15 when he and his father left their impoverished village in Romania to pursue a better life 5,000 miles away in Akron.
GREEN: City council decided Tuesday to delay passage of legislation involving two projects totaling $12.26 million in the Brier Creek planned development.
GREEN: The first year of energy upgrades in the district’s five schools saved Green schools $195,183, school board members were told.
Canton: The North Canton City School Board on Wednesday is expected to hire Jeff Wendorf, who currently leads the Lake Local School District, as its new superintendent.