The Geauga County Historical Society Extends Thank You to the Burton-Middlefield Rotary

The Geauga County Historical Society extends its sincere “thank you” to the Burton-Middlefield Rotary for its recent assistance on the Geauga Country Maple Museum project. Through the efforts of this worthy, civic-minded organization, the project has received a major push forward. This acknowledgement recognizes the following efforts by the Rotary: 1. Favoring the Geauga County … Read more

Geauga Growth Partnership has a New Healthcare Program

Increasing healthcare costs are consistently one of the top issues GGP employers report they face, year after year. In fact rising costs are their greatest challenge and the #1 issue GGP has been asked to address! GGP is pleased to present a comprehensive Healthcare program that is designed to help our business community contain healthcare … Read more

Friends of WomenSafe Annual Theater Party

The Sunday November 27th matinee performance of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” at the Chagrin Valley Little Theater is a benefit hosted by Friends of WomenSafe. Curtain time is 2:00 p.m. The lobby will open at 1:00 p.m. to allow you time to buy chances on exciting gift certificates offered at the Gift Raffle. Complimentary cider, hot chocolate, … Read more

Spooky Classic Musical, Sweeney Todd, at Geauga Lyric Theater October 21st to November 6th

The story of Sweeney Todd, Stephen Sondheim’s musical about the Demon Barber of Fleet Street, originated in a series of “penny dreadful” serial melodrama stories in the 1800’s. Sweeney, a barber with a definite anti-social streak, kills his victims in his barber chair, and then dumps them into his basement. There, they are collected and turned into a … Read more

All the Latest News from Chagrin Falls Schools!

Encouraging Exploration of the Unknown through New “Project Lead the Way” Program at Chagrin Falls Schools Gurney Elementary kindergarten through third grade students are now able to pursue their interests in science and math through the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) program. The curriculum, Project Lead the Way (PLTW), is allowing students to explore topics like the human … Read more

Farmers Market Saturdays at Lowe’s Greenhouse

Back for a second year, Lowe’s Greenhouse will be hosting Farmers Market Saturdays beginning October 22. Every Saturday from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm local producers of the Geauga Fresh Farmers’ Market will setup on-site at Lowe’s Greenhouse to provide farm-fresh local produce, pastured meats, homemade bakery and more. “We are excited to have the farmers back again … Read more

All of the Latest News from Cardinal Schools!

Colonial Times Come to Life in Eighth Grade Social Studies Classes Students in Mr. Kruse's 8th Grade Social Studies are studying Colonial America.  They recently researched the geography, religion, economy and leaders of an assigned colony to create and present an advertisement persuading Europeans to settle in one of the American Colonies.  Students also participated in a mock … Read more