Employees and family members of Bath Township-based InfoCision Management Corp. were hoping to become one of the largest multiple-location participants in the national ALS Ice Bucket Challenge craze Wednesday.
BATH TWP.: For one day only, Ohio-produced arts, crafts and food take center stage Saturday at Hale Farm & Village.
For every 37,000 students who take the ACT, a national assessment used to screen college applicants, there’s a genius like Will Gao of Copley or Leah Weisburn of Bath Township.
BATH TWP.: Trustees voted Monday to rescind a recommendation for work on a planned visitor center after a consultant’s proposed fee far exceeded expectations.
BATH TWP.: The Bath Police Department has joined the short list of Summit County law enforcement agencies to equip patrol officers with body cameras.
In the fairy tale, a kiss turned a frog into a handsome prince.
Bath Twp.: Revere High graduate Samantha Boggs chose Cuyahoga Community College because it offered a program she was deeply interested in — recording arts technology.
BATH TWP.: It took more than five months in what was termed an extensive process, including the screening of more than 20 applicants, numerous interviews, testing and then more testing.
Beginning spring 2016, state Route 18 in Bath Township will get a facelift and some extra lanes to help alleviate traffic headaches in the busy Montrose area.
BATH TWP.: The final meeting for the Revere Board of Education for this fiscal year will be held at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Board Room at the Revere Administration Building, 3496 Everett Road.