A Merry Evening in the Village will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 7. Spend a pleasant evening in the Village of Mantua enjoying the holiday spirit. Shops in will be decorated, stocked with Christmas items and open until 8 p.m.
Among those votes were several surprises, ranging from the removal of several longtime elected officials, failed school levies, and the election of a township trustee who had been found guilty of embezzlement.
Deerfield Township residents elected Laura Lindberg to its board of trustees, replacing incumbent Mark Bann, according to unofficial results of the Nov. 7 vote.
Mantua Mayor Linda Clark and Hiram Mayor Lou Bertrand will turn over the keys of their respective village halls after over a decade of service, according to the unofficial results of the Nov. 7 election.
The Mantua Township Service Department has begun winter season preparations. Trucks have been serviced for cold weather, snow removal equipment has been cleaned and prepped, salt spreaders have been readied and fitted onto removal equipment, and tires and brakes are good to go.
Currently serving his fourth term as Hiram’s mayor, Lou Bertrand faces a challenge by write-in candidate Anne Haynam.
The Village of Hiram is considering installing traffic cameras for speeding vehicles. The chief of the Hiram Police Department is looking to other communities that have these cameras to see how they are working.
The Freedom Community Park Boosters will host their Fall Festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23 at the Freedom Town Hall and Pavilion at 8966 state Route 700.