Poised to disband the Kent Architectural Review Board on Feb. 21, city council instead unanimously decided to further debate the matter.
Kent is poised to disband the city’s Architectural Review Board, in past years a source of consternation to some local entrepreneurs. Formal debate on the matter will begin during council’s regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 21.
Portage Community Bank is under new leadership, but customers can expect the transition at the top to be a smooth one.
With little to no progress evident on a partially built six-story structure in downtown Kent, the city has issued an official warning to the owner, The Tulips LLC.
Butter up that popcorn: Theater movies are set to return to Aurora’s Barrington plaza.
Streetsboro City Council will hold a public hearing on its temporary moratorium regarding new hotels, motels, car washes and recreational marijuana facilities in the city.
Deluxe Corporation in Streetsboro is set to shut its doors Feb. 29, but city leaders say the financial fallout should be minimal.
North Mantua Street takes motorists in and out of Kent, where a giant dirt pile rises above Davey Tree’s Science, Employee Education and Development, or SEED, campus.
Aurora city leaders say they will take $1,341,527 from the city’s general fund and almost $1.29 million from its share of Covid relief fund distributions to pay for nearly 100 acres of land on and around the former Geauga Lake amusement park.
Concerned that state legislators will carry through with stated intentions to tweak Ohio’s recent vote legalizing recreational marijuana, council members on Nov. 20 unanimously approved a 12-month moratorium on accepting filings.
A new diner with an old name has opened in Buckeye Mall in Ravenna.