police chief, lnsmm vipers uhbud strike tective retiring page 9 amherst news-times clovervale: chance to win or lose frozen food factory could bring 452 more jobs take away existing 101 vfw post 1662 will host a fish fry starting at 4 p.m. on wednesday, aug. 4. the cost is $10 and there also be cash bar. event open public. ticket may purchased any time by calling (440) 988-8102. hall located 165 cleveland ave. special storytime designed for ages 12 24 months their caregivers held public library today 10 a.m. no registration required. 221 spring street. information, call 988-4230. browns backers are holding sign-up party new members from 1 3 sunday, 8. ziggy's bar & grill park avenue, include appearances former safety felix wright dawg pound bus. membership fees $20 season. firelands school district hold family festival saturday, 14, 6 celebrate 100th anniversary of south middle school. festivities an opening ceremony, house, memorabilia, historical outdoor carnival featuring food, cow-pie bingo, inflatable funhouse, games, dunk tank. see our complete bulletin board 6. p c do 00 o i u q 4- w x e75 h -- n r c3 ? -n 7 jason hawk reporter effort isn't done deal yet, have dire consequences if it fails. ohio legislators passed job creation tax credit woo business into state, including expansion clovervale farms cooper foster road. site owned cincinnati-based pierre foods makes pre-plat-ed meals, ice cream, sherbet, cookies schools, hospitals, military bases, vending machines. mayor david taylor said competing with other sites in north carolina get jobs. "this major us we can pull off," he said. "it's all-or-nothing deal. either whole enchilada hurt." negotiations fail, mean employees would laid off, said, because closed georgia plant looking consolidate others. deal," "either losing huge blow city not only terms lost jobs, but income utility revenues that help support amherst's budget. when relocated lorain 2002, john higgins called "a gift gods," extra year boost received. gets about $42,000 each taxes clovervale. calculated coming total $ 97,000. one city's largest buyers electricity, water, sewer services. fact, council vote change its ordinances meet increased demand work expands. was founded 1946 as east side dairy. current home previously ames department store, before had been hills store. company moved amherst, then-president rick cawrse hadn't able keep up sales five six years his too small. completely refitted old store built continued 5 walk mmmoks ih flp 4imbb&pdfll ' sniff jt. ( li bfci iiyfli photo louann phelan strolls across bridge beaver creek reservation walking paths monday morning her grandchildren, three-year-old anna nine-month-old cole phelan. enrollment schools aim enlist 120 students officials widening door this fall money leaving district. growing number local parents opted children attend past years, according superintendent steven sayers. same time, stopped allowing enter through 2004-2005 year. during 106 enrolled districts while 82 came amherst. difference meant $5,700 state funding. that's $136,800 gone. last year, decided overcrowding such issue anymore reversed policy enrollment, letting again. "we can't stop them going, choice how many incoming allow," sayers wants let 20 enroll outside downtown annual music promotes businesses bands jam, sizzle, drinks flow weekend 7th dancing main street event. kicks off saturday down- town showcases area taverns restaurants until midnight. premier toyota-scion sponsoring free show vehicles streets festivities. year's musical lineup begins less than 88 p.m., followed dann swift friends 5:30 headliners naked monkeys stage play closing time. center corner church avenue. pitching specials throughout day, offering seating. owners organized corn hole tournament fun rivalry between patrons. vendors offer streetside drinks. marching comets mkt' wmft. mjh&' """sjtb comets, 145 strong, practice opener drills. season's competition program "pyramids egypt," football games feature retro 1970s hits. walt disney world florida. 2 band photos.