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Recent articles by Bryson:

ODOT to replace Route 306 bridge over Chagrin River in Kirtland

Kirtland City Council recently authorized a contract with the Ohio Department of Transportation for a bridge replacement on state Route 306, with the contract allowing the city to choose between st… → Read More

Kirtland considers higher penalties for repeat loose animal violations

Kirtland officials are considering changes to the city’s loose animal legislation to increase penalties for repeat violations within one year. A violation of Kirtland’s current “Dogs and Other Anim… → Read More

Painesville to continue focus on development projects in 2023

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is one in a series looking at what Northeast Ohio communities and agencies experienced in 2022 and what is facing them in 2023. Painesville city officials plan to continue advan… → Read More

Kirtland High School opens new science lab

Kirtland High School recently opened a renovated science lab, providing students with new technology and more space to learn about the natural world. The new lab occupies what were formerly two sep… → Read More

Painesville City Schools Superintendent Josh Englehart highlights district’s academic, career and arts achievements – News-Herald

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is one in a series looking at what Lake County communities and agencies experienced in 2022 and what is facing them in 2023. Students and educators in Painesville City Sch… → Read More

Red Creek Bar and Grill named Eastern Lake County Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year

Red Creek Bar and Grill has welcomed local residents and provided food to community groups in nearly seven years of business, and later this month its efforts will be recognized by the Eastern Lake… → Read More

Painesville accepting applications for Charter Review Committee

Eligible Painesville residents have until Jan. 23 to apply for the city’s Charter Review Committee, a body that meets every 10 years to propose amendments to the city charter. Applicants must live … → Read More

Fox that impaled leg treated at Lake Metroparks Wildlife Center

Lake Metroparks wildlife care staff released a treated fox into his natural habitat on Jan. 16, with the fox running back home two months after his leg was impaled. The fox was treated for his inju… → Read More

Community members celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy in Chardon event – News-Herald

Students and community members gathered Jan. 16 in Chardon’s Heritage House to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr. and the movement for which he fought. The third annual Martin Luther Kin… → Read More

John Brad Deane appointed to Painesville Planning Commission

Painesville City Council recently appointed John Brad Deane to fill a vacant seat on the city’s Planning Commission, with his term set to expire at the end of the year. Deane’s appointment was unan… → Read More

Painesville United Methodist Church to mark building’s 150th anniversary in 2023 – News-Herald

Painesville United Methodist Church will mark its building’s 150-year anniversary in 2023 with a series of events highlighting the church’s facilities and history. According to church Director of O… → Read More

Village Outdoors continues more than 25 years of lawn care sales in Kirtland area

Lawn care wholesaler Village Outdoors has been a part of the Kirtland community for more than 25 years, and in 2022 it added a new fixture to the city’s landscape by constructing what a mayoral pro… → Read More

Downtown Painesville Organization anticipates networking, community events, development in 2023

Downtown Painesville Organization’s executive director hopes to expand the group’s event offerings in 2023 while continuing to develop relationships with the local community and partners across the… → Read More

Welding lab provides Riverside students with career preparation

Students have used Riverside High School’s welding lab to create projects for the school, competitions and career preparation, and they had the opportunity to demonstrate their skills to comm… → Read More

Painesville Township officials worked on reducing costs, supporting public safety in 2022

Despite rising costs, Painesville Township Trustee Gabe Cicconetti said that community officials worked in 2022 to support local projects, public safety and community services while limiting the fi… → Read More

Kirtland Schools superintendent highlights normalcy, athletic and academic success in 2022

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is one in a series looking at what Northeast Ohio communities and agencies experienced in 2022 and what is facing them in 2023. High academic ratings, “incredible” fall athletic… → Read More

Painesville City Council approves power plant, rental registration legislation

In its final meeting of 2022 and its first meeting of the new year, Painesville City Council adopted legislation to assume shares in a Fremont power plant and change rental registration fees for 20… → Read More

Kirtland residents, officials come together to support community events, projects

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is one in a series looking at what Northeast Ohio communities and agencies experienced in 2022 and what is facing them in 2023. Kirtland residents came together to serve and cel… → Read More

El Taco Macho brings Mexican street food to Painesville Township

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is one in a series looking at how immigrants and children of immigrants have settled in Northeast Ohio and brought their native dishes and cooking styles with them. Ricard… → Read More

Gym owners encourage people to find accountability, motivation for New Year’s resolutions – News-Herald

As people prepare to make New Year’s resolutions, local gym coaches are encouraging those who commit to exercise to find a community and other sources of motivation. Exercising with peers is one wa… → Read More