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Investment firm stresses benefits of investing early

Investment firm stresses benefits of investing early

Gianna Somrak, Guest Writer

May 28, 2019

A man sits in a plush, comfortable chair; his legs bouncing up and down with impatience and anxiousness. He peers down at the lightened screen of his phone and a smile spreads across his face at the picture of his eighteen year old daughter, who will soon be traveling across the country to attend university....

American Hungarian Friends of Scouting recruits new leader

American Hungarian Friends of Scouting recruits new leader

Julianna Szigeti, Guest Writer

May 26, 2019

The American Hungarian Friends of Scouting (AHFS) Görgey Arthur Troop 14 recently appointed Matthew Szigeti as their new troop leader. AHFS is a non-profit organization that sponsors the Cleveland Hungarian scout troops. In order to be in the troop, a member has to be able to speak and understand...

Local business owners experience rocky path yet still succeed

Local business owners experience rocky path yet still succeed

Brianna LaGore, Guest Writer

May 25, 2018

Flexible hours and endless, nonstop working lifestyle is how Chip and Kathleen LaGore would describe themselves who are owners of a small and local electronics recycling business. Chip LaGore, who named the business Alltech Electronics Recycling, said his struggles helped his business grow. LaGore...

Alisha Bausone played at coffee shops for many years

Alisha Bausone played at coffee shops for many years

Gavin Mitten, Guest Writer

March 14, 2018

Alisha Bausone, a chemist recruiter, used to play the guitar and piano at coffee shops for many years. Bausone admitted that she had butterflies on stage, but the casual and warm coffee shop environment made her feel confident.  She said, “It was great to be with like-minded people.” She ...

Michael Christopher Salon hires talented stylists

Michael Christopher Salon hires talented stylists

Sydney Nicolli, Guest Writer

January 19, 2018

Michael Christopher Salon buzzed with business as the holidays came and went in December. Christmas promo packages, new hot tools and fresh hair dyes were in the air and individuals everywhere were vouching for the newest haircuts and colors for the celebratory season. Because of the holiday h...

Produce Place expands with third location

Produce Place expands with third location

Chuck Heil, Guest Writer

December 18, 2017

A striving local business has begun making its mark by starting from a small tent on the corner of SOM Center and Chardon Road to a three store, family run market. Produce Place Market, formerly known as Sun Plum Market, was originally a school project, for the two oldest sons of the Teriaca family...

Different Needz Foundation assists many

Different Needz Foundation assists many

Kristen Brunton, Guest Writer

December 18, 2017

Karen and Brett Jordan started their own non profit organization, The DIfferent Needz foundation, to assist those in a similar position as theirs. The Jordans were inspired by their son, Luke, who was born with cerebral palsy. Karen Jordan said, “Despite his disabilities, Luke was able to bring...

Self-storage facility prepares for seasonal changes

Self-storage facility prepares for seasonal changes

Donnie Darko, Guest Writer

January 3, 2017

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

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...

New Ohio bill bans suspensions for truants

New Ohio bill bans suspensions for truants

Donnie Darko, Guest Writer

December 21, 2016

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

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...

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