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Diana Colavecchio attended her final Cuyahoga Falls City Council meeting on Monday, and submitted the following letter to peers, constituents and Patch readers.
Stow Mayor Sara Drew warned motorists to drive cautiously due to slick road conditions.
Local leaders will meet regularly and discuss how the municipalities and Stow-Munroe Falls Schools can pool their resources to help ensure the safety of the district's students, faculty and staff.
A city official anticipates the break will be repaired by 2 p.m. Thursday.
The new asphalt lot was welcomed by Stow Senior Center residents who grew frustrated with the old loose gravel parking area.
Stow City Council voted 4-3 Thursday night to table a measure that, if approved, would allow for the construction of a crematorium at the Redmon Funeral Home.
This year's holiday lights were just set up at Stow City Hall. However, they did break tradition by making a change.
According to local media outlets, former President Bill Clinton brought Obama supporters to their feet at the John S. Knight Center in downtown Akron on Thursday night.
Clinton is set to step in while President Barack Obama continues to focus on Hurricane Sandy.
Due to the widespread damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, President Barack Obama has canceled Wednesday's Akron rally to focus on the storm.
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