The city of Stow and Stow Safety Forces Relay For Life team had another successful Jr Firefighter Event on May 13. We had perfect weather and enjoyed watching many children's faces light up having fun with us.
COLUMBUS -- Remember that time the governor urged people to consider Ohio for their vacation destinations, rather than heading to exotic places outside of the state's borders? "We are stressing stay-cations in Ohio this year," he told a crowd. No, not that governor.
By Marc Kovac Capital Bureau
When the Republicans promised to repeal and replace Obamacare, they said it would be just as good if not better than the "failing" law, and cheaper. If we imagine health insurance as a car, that would mean the same car would cost less.
If you are a construction worker in the 37th House District, your State Representative, Kristina Roegner, thinks you make too much money.
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Unbelievable. We could improve the government by shutting it down. Health care would be better if we kicked 24 million off it. This country will gain in status by building larger detainment centers and a beautiful wall. Making peace in the Mideast shouldn't be all that hard.
As Americans we value freedom and embrace competition. We recognize that the benefits of competition, lower prices and improved quality, drive our free markets and have propelled our economy to be one of the strongest in the world.
By Kristina Roegner Ohio House District 37 Representative
Just a note to say "Thank you" to some great Stow-Munroe Falls High School students for a nice job on a spring cleaning project at our home. The students were very pleasant and worked hard to accomplish their chore. We still have more to do but they gave us a great kick-start.
In the spirit of this beautiful spring weather we're having, we've freshened up our website a bit. In the past week, online readers may have noticed a tweak to the design of our homepage at stowsentry.com.
By Scott Shriner Executive Editor
It took a community and three very special businesses to make a successful Humane Society of Summit County Rummage Sale.
COLUMBUS -- Stuff happens all the time to spotlight deficiencies in Ohio Revised Code, and lawmakers, when sufficiently provoked, will step up and offer legislation to address the shortcomings.
By Marc Kovac Gatehouse Statehouse Bureau
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I share with my fellow Munroe Falls City Councilmembers the importance of Issue 5. Issue 5 is a police levy and identical in nature to the police levy we attempted to pass in 2014. I believe the police department needs an assured funding stream without total reliance on the General Fund.
We are submitting this Letter to the Editor on behalf of ourselves and our fellow Munroe Falls City Councilmembers, John Hegnauer, Gary Toth, Jenny Markovich and Jim Iona. The Ohio Auditor has issued a financial warning for the city of Munroe Falls for the year 2015.
Approaching Easter, perennial memorial celebrated by Christians, imbedded culturally, joined by Christmas and by recognition of diversity of religious landmarks, the symbolic message of life everlasting comes amid chaos, poverty, hate crimes, mayhem, and nations engaged in what they consider justified narratives of wars or rumors of wars.
The last issue that Letters to the Editor regarding election issues on the May 2 ballot can be published is the April 23 issue. No Letters to the Editor regarding election issues will be published in the April 30 edition of the Stow Sentry.
The city of Munroe Falls is in a dire financial situation. The director of finance in 2003 accurately forecasted a very bleak future by 2008 unless steps were taken to increase the revenue in our city.
Since February, I have been birding at Stow's Silver Springs Park/Bow Wow Beach where a variety of birds enjoy a cattail marsh, a lake and a brook.
During Easter people make a better effort to remember their faith and be better a person to others, in a small way echoing Jesus' sacrifice of himself for the betterment of everyone on Earth. This desire to reach out to others is always welcome, and a great thing to see.
Children traumatized as a result of their parents' drug abuse are often the invisible victims of the opioid epidemic. They may have gone days without food or adequate supervision. They may have been abused. And they may have witnessed a parent inject drugs, overdose or even die.
By Mike Dewine Ohio Attorney General
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While I was disappointed in Congress' recent failure to replace and repeal the Affordable Care Act, I was encouraged by the comments of our Congressman Dave Joyce who serves Stow and the 14th District.
Marc Kovac's article on poverty (Capital News, April 2 issue) will elicit calls from anti-poverty warriors to throw more money into social programs. Before doing that, note that trillions of dollars have been spent on such efforts since the mid-1960s.