Local superintendents say the state report card doesn’t reflect district improvements from one year to the next.
Program helps students not interested in EHOVE or college to get a job after graduation.
Bus drivers' and mail carriers' attention to detail provide “great assistance for first-responders,” says Norwalk Fire Chief John Soisson.
Bickley, Nemire and Baun recognized for teaching efforts.
Each ticket costs $100 with a chance to win the grand prize of $10,000.
Group attempts to bring representatives from each of the 43 seasons Nancy Otto has served as Edison scorekeeper.
Bi-annual eventenables everyone to hear the entire spectrum of band performances throughout all the grade levels.
Fisher-Titus Medical Center has awarded 193 grants since 1996.
High school junior Lydia Hoag wrote — and is directing — her play about “a turtle with an identity crisis.”
Decades-old staffing mandate was “an option for districts in financial distress.”
'(Edison) is a great example for all Ohio schools.'
Local school chiefs not entirely pleased with the mixed results.
Increase in students at Edison spells increase in jobs?
Norwalk schools treasurer discusses pay for employees, district challenges
A local seventh-grader won the Elks Americanism essay contest.