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Thursday, March 28, 2013
Monday, January 21, 2013
Before you head out to run errands, check our list of what's open.
Updated Jan. 21, 11:37 a.m. Many government organizations will observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day today. And before you head out, we wanted to let you know which ones are closed or have different hours because of the holiday. Cuyahoga Falls City Hall will be closed for the holiday, but waste and recycling pickup will run as scheduled, according to the city's sanitation department. The Second Street and State Road U.S. Post Offices will be closed, and there will be no mail delivery on Monday. The Cuyahoga Falls City Schools and the Woodridge Local Schools will be closed. The Cuyahoga Falls Library will also be shuttered for the day. The Natatorium will be open from 5:15 a.m. till 11 p.m. on Monday, with open swim running from 1 to 5 p.m. …
Monday, July 30, 2012
The Stow-Munroe Falls Library hosted Cuyahoga Falls and Twinsburg for a Battle of the Books July 30, 2012. Take a look at the contestants and winners!
In five rounds, a team of four readers from the Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library, Twinsburg Public Library and Cuyahoga Falls Public Library were quizzed on their summer reading comprehension. The books the students were tested on include Stargirl, The Maze Runner, Notes from the Midnight Driver and The Hunger Games. Final Scores: (Editor's note: Bragging a little here ... Patch sponsored the event! Check out the cool shirts everyone is wearing!)
Saturday, May 19, 2012
Come and meet with LaRose at the Cuyahoga Falls Public Library.
Have some questions about the situations in Columbus? Here's your chance to ask one of your representatives. Sen. Frank LaRose, (R-Copley) is having open office hours on Saturday, May 19 at the Cuyahoga Falls Public Library, according to a press release. LaRose will hold his office hours in several locations in the area but will be in the library's Graefe Room from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. No appointment is necessary. “In order for me to effectively represent you in Columbus, I need to hear from you, which is why it's important to hold monthly meetings so that I am able to maintain an open dialogue with my constituents.” LaRose said in a press-release from the Senate Republican Press. If you can't make it to his office hours in Stow, you can stop…
Sunday, February 26, 2012
The non-profit sewing group, comprised of Bhutanese refugees from Nepal. is in need of community support to keep the program going.
Let’s get down to the knitty gritty. Shangri-La Crafters, a sewing group comprised of Bhutanese refugees, is asking for the community’s support to keep the program going, said Manju Rastogi, Shangri-La's founder. The non-profit is in search of sewing machines in good working condition, thread, clean cotton closet fabrics (minimum of one yard), irons for pressing, cutting mats, rotary cutters, zippers, laces and so on, she said. To learn the popular American textile trade, the refugee women have been taking weekly classes at the Cuyahoga Falls Library and have become proficient in using modern sewing machines and tools. Once a project is completed, the students sell their handmade goods at local bazaars and craft fairs, and they keep 100 …
Monday, February 20, 2012
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It’s time to enjoy the extended weekend. Several places are closed around the city for President’s Day, but you might be surprised about what’s still open. Cuyahoga Falls City Hall will be closed for the holiday, but waste and recycling pickup will run as scheduled, according to Mayor Don Robart’s office. The U.S. Post Office will be closed, and there will not be any mail delivery. The Cuyahoga Falls City Schools and the Woodridge Local Schools will all be closed, but the Cuyahoga Falls Library will be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. today. The Natatorium will be open till 11 p.m. tonight, and to treat the community, the health and fitness center has extended its open swim hours from 1 to 5 p.m. Banks have the option to close or stay open. Be…
Saturday, February 11, 2012
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Monday, February 6, 2012
To cast a ballot on March 6, voters must be registered by the end of today (Feb. 6).
Today is the last day to register to vote for the March 6 primary. There's several ways to do it: You must be 18-years-old at the time of the next election to register to vote. For more information visit the BOE website or call 330-643-5200.
Thursday, January 26, 2012
Board members of several groups were chosen this week.
At Monday night's city council meeting, eight members—new and old—were appointed to office. Mayor Don Robart announced the people below, then council approved. The Cuyahoga Falls Library Board of Trustees will include Susan Mongold and Wes Johnston. Tom Sullivan, Tom Baldwin, Robert Brown earned positions on the Board of Zoning. Deborah Graef will continue on the Civil Service Commission. For Planning Commission, Deacon David Seal, Stacey Walter, were appointed. "Believe it or not he (David Seal) has been on 16 years, and we kind of like that continuity," Robart said and added, "He’s pretty good at dodging bullets."
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Cuyahoga Falls Library hosts the retired professor Jan. 21.
Saturday at 3 p.m., retired Kent State Professor, Philip Weeks plans to educate an audience on the idea of liberty and what the founding fathers thought of it. The hour-and-a-half presentation will take place in the Cuyahoga Falls Library's lower-level chambers room. As former history teacher, Weeks has plenty to share on the topic. Up until a year ago, he taught U.S. history and Ohio history courses at the university. Though he's no longer there, he still likes to instill knowledge in others. "My concern over many years is the people who run the U.S. government increasingly don’t follow the constitution and, in fact, many entities violate it," Weeks said. "It’s a superb document, and it has the answers if one follows it." His presentation…