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Highland Heights pool looking forward to improvements

Highland Heights pool looking forward to improvements

Gianna Ferrante, Guest Writer
June 15, 2017
Filed under Beyond MHS, Showcase

After complaints and concerns of understaffing last year, Highland Heights pool made changes they hope will make for a more successful summer. Families and individuals that attend the pool in the summer seemed to have decreased over the last couple years.  Anthony Piazza, a manager of the pool, feels...

Self-storage facility prepares for seasonal changes

Self-storage facility prepares for seasonal changes

Donnie Darko, Guest Writer
January 3, 2017
Filed under Local

In foresight of the holiday season every year, Lake County self-storage proprietor John Galgoczy adjusts his schedule to accommodate the rush. Christmas decorations play a major part in the storage business. “As is the nature of any holiday decorations, they’re only used once a year and take u...

Tree lighting unites local city

Tree lighting unites local city

Nick Chormanski, Guest Writer
December 21, 2016
Filed under Beyond MHS, Local, Showcase

When a city faces economic, social, and political issues a city comes together and unites. On Sunday, Dec. 4, Mayor Georgine Welo of South Euclid and her team of planners, event coordinators, and a group of volunteers held a tree lighting service to brighten the holidays and for the city to come t...

Toddler murdered by impatient driver

Toddler murdered by impatient driver

Julianna Ciccarelli, Guest Writer
December 21, 2016
Filed under Beyond MHS, National

Three-year-old Acen King was tragically shot and killed in Little Rock, Arkansas by a nearby short-tempered driver. The child and his grandmother, Kim King-Macon, were on their way to JC Penney for a shopping trip, but a driver behind them at a stop-sign impatiently honked, likely to express his dissatisfaction...

New Ohio bill bans suspensions for truants

New Ohio bill bans suspensions for truants

Donnie Darko, Guest Writer
December 21, 2016
Filed under Beyond MHS, Local

Under Ohio’s new bill, schools will no longer be able to suspend students or send them to court for skipping school. In recent years, attendance rates in Ohio public schools have fallen significantly. In order to combat this, the state legislature has proposed a new bill, which combats old-fashioned...

Basketball tournament connects local communities

Basketball tournament connects local communities

October 30, 2016
Filed under Local, Showcase

On Saturday, October 29th, numerous members of surrounding communities came together to participate in a basketball tournament. Countless participants were Mayfield students, faculty, and family members. The basketball tournament, which was the first installment, was organized by senior Jack Hollinsh...

Fall Fun Festival brings together community

Megan Agresta, Staff Writer
October 18, 2016
Filed under Beyond MHS, Local, Student Life

On Thursday, October 13th Lander Elementary School had their annual Fall Fun Festival at Patterson’s Fruit Farm. The Fall Fun Festival consisted of various activities such as hayrides, face painting, prize raffles, and snacks. Many Lander students attend the event every year, as well as many Mayfi...

Tribe looks for first championship in 70 years

Tribe looks for first championship in 70 years

Jared Serre, Chief Editor
October 6, 2016
Filed under Beyond MHS, Local, Sports

As the calendar changed to October, many people had one thing on the mind: playoff baseball. Viewed as perhaps the top part of each season, the playoffs are where the top teams come together and compete for one title—the title of World Series champion. This year, the hometown Cleveland Indian...

Clinton directed towards White House

Clinton directed towards White House

Jared Serre, Chief Editor
October 2, 2016
Filed under Beyond MHS, National

Now that the first presidential debate is in the books, we as Americans are on the verge of having a new president. Come this November, it seems as if one of Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump will be elected to lead our country for the next four years. If the first party versus party debate is any pre...

Kiddie Company Enrichment Center says ‘goodbye’ to school agers

Kiddie Company Enrichment Center says ‘goodbye’ to school agers

Tori Kraven, Guest Writer
May 25, 2016
Filed under Beyond MHS

Kiddie Company Enrichment Center has taken children from six weeks old all the way up to sixth grade for many years. This summer, however, the range of ages is about to alter. The director of Kiddie Company, Meghan Weintraub, recently announced that starting this summer, the center will prepare for the d...

Mosquitoes with Zikavirus reported to reach U.S. soon

Mosquitoes with Zikavirus reported to reach U.S. soon

Danniele Patterson, Guest Writer
May 24, 2016
Filed under Beyond MHS, National

The Zikavirus, a mosquito-borne virus known to be mainly in Latin America, could spread to the United States in the next month or so. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases said on ABC News that more than 500 Americans already have the Zikavirus. Dr. Fau...

Mayfield Heights outlaws cell phone use while driving

Mayfield Heights outlaws cell phone use while driving

Megan Agresta, Guest Writer
May 23, 2016
Filed under Local, Showcase

Texting and driving has risen 50% over the past year. Due to this increase, the city of Mayfield Heights has passed a new law to ban this dangerous hazard. City Council Member Don Manno is making it his responsibility to enforce this law as soon as possible. It all started when the police departmen...

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