|Save page Remove page||Previous||1 of 16||Next|
Loading content ...
annexation of 20 acres possible - page 5 gallery grand opening set pac f slg -7. 1 jr r- i " x . t. 71 t,0 s5 x!) t' t : -h o a 2 on.- n .j. p- h , 4 cj s 73 iv' ; to w -i r amherst news-time public librae ibcislmiilmbwhbhb council half-hearted on school levy supp costilow: m just don't want urge people vote for this because there are two sides' mark costilow by jason hawk ncws-timos reporter instead throwing their unabated support behind 4.4-mill monday night, city members seemed offer nod opinion. newly-elected member matthew barrett asked his companions rubber stamp resolution urging voters yes issue the may ballot, which is being billed as temporary, five-year emergency measure officials. district information officer greg ring, with posse from citizens schools, said educators arc running fumes last new money approved 10 years ago. "great communities can't, continue be great without schools. wc need your help," he pleaded. "times tough." since 1996, salary rates, supply costs, insurance, and heating bills have all risen dramatically, said. back-to-back levies failed in november 2004 2005, then officials made $2 million budget ' cuts, reduced administrative staff, eliminated high busing rolled back transportation younger students, renegotiated contracts teachers association ohio employees. now they asking property owners pay an additional $1 each month per $100,000 valuation. "there five things do money," ring said: buy textbooks, improve technology, bring tutors, avoid future teacher lay offs, return some services. "the next time we make will fairly deep mostly at school," warned. but one member, ward three, objected, saying felt uncomfortable issuing resolution. "there's 'but' me continued 12 jeff rioson former principal leaves local scandal behind; rangers head coach news-times comets football mentor who resigned ago amidst allegations sexual misconduct has job north ridgcvillc. ricscn, elyria, formerly steele amherst, was hired week lend west shore conference champion gridiron 2006, confirmed ridgcvillc athletic director jell bchultz, "he's outstanding person, coacli numerous experience, successful wherever at," schultz said, emphasizing that ricsen's tumultuous departure had little bearing hiring. "it someone mistake didn't involve hurting any kids. right person job," ricscn chosen about 40 applicants due "ability pago drunk driving arrest, net carney jail it mean quail pmip& hollow court resident ken carney, long- wjf&a lorain county engineer whose high-profile run-ins law haven't landed iiim hot water. until now. wednesday, 57-year-old man pleaded no contest charges stemming jan. 28 early-morning police chase down avenue cleveland, ended when wrecked 2003 jaguar near 17th street. say damaged vehicle, unable determine whether struck nearby telephone pole before fell out car too inebriated complete simple sobriety tests. refused blood alcohol content measured nurses lakcwood hospital, according documents. no-contest plea, cuyahoga prosecutors dropped fleeing, weaving, failure produce license, refusal wear scut belt. cleveland municipal judge joan sycnenbcrg expected sentence between days 11 carnoy who's king hill? eric lamb, ryan aaron brown, (unplctured) joey szabo gamo climbing tho junglo gym equipment beaver creek metropark lake street late saturday afternoon, very warm temperatures pushed many amhorslonlans outdoors. security photos suspects wero captured giant eagle wook. cops help finding purse thefts community matching names faces male female suspect were involved snatch-ings sheffield lust week. detective sgt. dan jasinski provided camera still-photos krcsgc drive, taken monday, march 13. investigators sny elderly victim shopping noon, left her unattended cart. she returned, gone. leaving store, clerk spotted strap dangling under female's coat, said; video footage showed did not carry entering store or while walking around inside. been linked almost-identical theft tops center plaza, within half-hour incident, assist identification suspects, call 988-2625. uvxfovuywn hxxt vwt forgott&n memory train wreck 1916 lives legend valerie gerstenberger historian tragedy fostered misinformation unanswered questions took place foggy morning 29, 1916. worst wrecks york central railroad. hospital complete, erroneous story circulated caused built. copy newspaper saved beral powers, wife long-time superintendent, disproves myth. weekly news nov. 18, 1915 clears up fallacy. "october 1915, newly organized co, held." year, ground broken hospital. article goes list doctors business leaders formed committee spearhead much-needed facility. however, survivors trample over wreckage railroad's crash, happened milan south amherst. yet occurred misleading items reported necessity transporting injured elyria hospitals presumptuous hard put rest. few, if alive, remember disaster small headstones unclaimed bodies rest peace of, crownhill cemetery mute reminders. so forever remain. why these unclaimed? eventually identified sept. 30, daily news. headstone bears name, ludwig haludi. hungarian consul certain tattoo marks victim's arm. more than answers surround 25, 26, even 29 depending reports you read. second section 86 plow into i? fog? taking water therefore stopped? weren't signals changed indicate stop? sections same east bound close together? should blamed whatever cause? questions, few answers. question answered certainty "what really mutilation bodies?" ii plowed scattered outside sleepers pre-dawn fog. 14 oi uic can yao-zozj. levy, na-tn-nla uill cta paul morton associate editor students junior participate extracurricular activities coming passes 2, say. 'die board voted unanimously approve recommendation policy establish formulas determining fee. formulas, would $200 year passes, $400 doesn't pass. superintendent robert boynton divide total expenses number participants previous year. year's projected expense $573,171, divided 909 participants, resulting full-payment fee $630.55, rounded $630. donations boosters club schools educational foundation $400, booster donation available drops participation hold fails. "we lost percent our ago," raised deal time, thaf impact greater extent." formula multiplies $630 full payment 64 does pass, $400. multiplied 32 percent,
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-03-22|
|Date of Original||2006-03-22|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-03-22|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
|Digitization Information||300dpi, 8bit Grayscale, Model: SunRise 2000, Software: iArchives, Inc., 3.240|