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BATH TWP.: Trustees recently approved a motion to sell a portion of township-owned property at 1070-1080 Ghent Road — the former Jimbo’s property — to Michael Maghes for $475,000.
RICHFIELD: Forest Hill elementary Principal Greg Blondheim was prepared to take his wife’s minivan to pick up donations for his students.
Making a movie isn’t all glitz and glamour. Sometimes it’s long waits, bitter temperatures and flying monkeys.
Traffic will be slow going as police in Bath respond to a three-car crash at Cleveland-Massillon and Ira roads.
By Stephanie Warsmith
Beacon Journal staff writer
Pet sitter Jackie Pekar has cared for her share of cats and dogs. But she’s also cared for tortoises, a hedgehog, itty-bitty marsupials called sugar gliders and a small flock of chickens, including one that needed medication for seizures.
The Richfield fire chief has been placed on unpaid administrative leave after being charged with drunken driving.
A Bath Township medical office has reported an odd crime just in time for Halloween.
A Richfield police officer pleaded guilty Wednesday to stealing from the Shop With A Cop program that he helped create.