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Deciphering Democracy in Cuyahoga Falls Vol. 3
Tom Sullivan, Falls Free Press, 2-7-2019
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Planning Commission
Tom Sullivan has been a fixture in the Falls community since 1978. He has served on several city committees and commissions, and he is a self-proclaimed "season ticket holder" to Monday night city council meetings.

Across ...
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Deciphering Democracy in Cuyahoga Falls Vol. 2
Tom Sullivan, Falls Free Press, 11-30-2018
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What is a City Councilperson and How do they Get that Way?
Tom Sullivan has been a fixture in the Falls community since 1978. He has served on several city committees and commissions, and he is a self-proclaimed "season ticket holder" to Monday night city council meetings.

Becoming ...
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Cathy Basile, Falls Free Press, 11-30-2018
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Rebirth of the Cuyahoga River
Choked with industrial wastes, oil, agricultural runoff, human waste, and chemical poisons even as early as the late-19th century, the Cuyahoga River was described as “an open sewer” by former Cleveland Mayor Rensselaer R. ... click to full story click to newspaper link

Alex Hall, Falls Free Press, 2-7-2019
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Falls Council Election Takes Shape
The Cuyahoga Falls City Council election will take place this November, and the May primary petitions have been filed, giving a clear picture of the field of candidates.

Current Councilman Russ Iona (R-8) will face current At-large...
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Tips from the Green Girl
Sarah Banzhof, Falls Free Press, 3-25-2019
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How to Be Environmentally Conscious in Your Everyday Life
Sarah Banzhof is a Cuyahoga Falls resident and the owner of The Natural Body, a Falls-based company that sells natural beauty product alternatives that are free of parabens, silicones, sulfates, and harsh chemicals. She also ... click to full story click to newspaper link

Deciphering Democracy in Cuyahoga Falls Vol. 1
Alex Hall, Falls Free Press, 7-17-2018
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I'm Just a (Cuyahoga Falls) Bill: A Civics Class Flashback
Tom Sullivan has been a fixture in the Falls community since 1978. He has served on several city committees and commissions, and he is a self-proclaimed "season ticket holder" to Monday night city council meetings.

To become...
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Bart Sullivan, Falls Free Press, 10-11-2018
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Local Student Represents City at National Media Conference
During the week of July 8th, Cuyahoga Falls High School student Remi Starcher represented her city as a National Youth Correspondent at the 2018 Washington Journalism and Media Conference (WMJC) held on the campus of George Mason ... click to full story click to newspaper link

Tips from the Green Girl Vol. 2
Sarah Banzhof, Falls Free Press, 11-30-2018
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How to Be Environmentally Conscious in Your Everyday Life
Sarah Banzhof is a Cuyahoga Falls resident and the owner of The Natural Body, a Falls-based company that sells natural beauty product alternatives that are free of parabens, silicones, sulfates, and harsh chemicals. She also ... click to full story click to newspaper link

Ellen Stair, Falls Free Press, 12-3-2018
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Mayor Don Walters Meets Residents on Their Turf
Beginning in October, Mayor Don Walters began holding Front Yard Information (FYI) meetings in the front yards of Cuyahoga Falls Neighborhood Ambassadors. The meetings cover a lot of ground, including discussions of ways to keep ... click to full story click to newspaper link

Alex Hall, Falls Free Press, 2-16-2019
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At-Large Council Seat to Be Filled by Meika Penta
The Cuyahoga Falls Democratic Central Committee on Saturday voted to appoint Meika Penta of 23rd Street to fill the vacant at-large seat that Paul Colavecchio resigned effective Feb. 15th.

Penta, who is running against former...
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Cathy Basile, Falls Free Press, 4-19-2019
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Public Meets to Hear Information on Gorge Dam Removal
More than 200 area residents gathered at the Natatorium Tuesday for an informational meeting about the Gorge Dam removal presented by the Ohio and U.S. Environmental Protection Agencies and Summit Metro Parks. Following the two-hour ... click to full story click to newspaper link

Community Voices:
Sarah Banzhof, Falls Free Press, 6-11-2019
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Remembering Stonewall and Understanding Pride
As we begin the month of June in the year of 2019—the 50th anniversary of the NYC Stonewall Riots—it is important to remember why Pride Month exists. It started as a riot led by trans women of color against police violence. ... click to full story click to newspaper link

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Deciphering Democracy in Cuyahoga Falls Vol. 3
Tom Sullivan, Falls Free Press, 2-7-2019
Planning Commission
Tom Sullivan has been a fixture in the Falls community since 1978. He has served on several city committees and commissions, and he is a self-proclaimed "season ticket holder" to Monday night city council meetings.

Across the horizon, three riders appear hauling lumber—Pitlook Home Builders are in town ready to develop. They have ...
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Bart Sullivan, Falls Free Press, 10-11-2018
Local Student Represents City at National Media Conference
During the week of July 8th, Cuyahoga Falls High School student Remi Starcher represented her city as a National Youth Correspondent at the 2018 Washington Journalism and Media Conference (WMJC) held on the campus of George Mason University.

Each summer, the WMJC partners with the Newseum in Washington, D.C. to select high school leaders from around...
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Deciphering Democracy in Cuyahoga Falls Vol. 2
Tom Sullivan, Falls Free Press, 11-30-2018
What is a City Councilperson and How do they Get that Way?
Tom Sullivan has been a fixture in the Falls community since 1978. He has served on several city committees and commissions, and he is a self-proclaimed "season ticket holder" to Monday night city council meetings.

Becoming a Cuyahoga Falls city councilperson starts with getting 25 registered voters in a candidate's same political ...
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Tips from the Green Girl Vol. 2
Sarah Banzhof, Falls Free Press, 11-30-2018
How to Be Environmentally Conscious in Your Everyday Life
Sarah Banzhof is a Cuyahoga Falls resident and the owner of The Natural Body, a Falls-based company that sells natural beauty product alternatives that are free of parabens, silicones, sulfates, and harsh chemicals. She also runs a Facebook group dedicated to “living life and learning from one another how to lessen our carbon footprint, ... click to full story click to newspaper link click to more stories

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Cathy Basile, Falls Free Press, 11-30-2018
Rebirth of the Cuyahoga River
Choked with industrial wastes, oil, agricultural runoff, human waste, and chemical poisons even as early as the late-19th century, the Cuyahoga River was described as “an open sewer” by former Cleveland Mayor Rensselaer R. Herrick. The river even famously (or, perhaps, infamously) caught fire—like other rivers around the country—no fewer than ... click to full story click to newspaper link click to more stories

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Ellen Stair, Falls Free Press, 12-3-2018
Mayor Don Walters Meets Residents on Their Turf
Beginning in October, Mayor Don Walters began holding Front Yard Information (FYI) meetings in the front yards of Cuyahoga Falls Neighborhood Ambassadors. The meetings cover a lot of ground, including discussions of ways to keep Cuyahoga Falls neighborhoods safer and help foster a strong sense of community in city neighborhoods.

“We are committed to...
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Alex Hall, Falls Free Press, 2-7-2019
Falls Council Election Takes Shape
The Cuyahoga Falls City Council election will take place this November, and the May primary petitions have been filed, giving a clear picture of the field of candidates.

Current Councilman Russ Iona (R-8) will face current At-large Councilman Tim Gorbach (D) for the at-large seat currently held by Councilman Paul Colavecchio (D). If Gorbach wins, his...
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Alex Hall, Falls Free Press, 2-16-2019
At-Large Council Seat to Be Filled by Meika Penta
The Cuyahoga Falls Democratic Central Committee on Saturday voted to appoint Meika Penta of 23rd Street to fill the vacant at-large seat that Paul Colavecchio resigned effective Feb. 15th.

Penta, who is running against former Mayor Don Robart’s wife Cecilia Robart for the Ward 3 seat on council, will be officially sworn in Tuesday. She will hold the...
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Tips from the Green Girl
Sarah Banzhof, Falls Free Press, 3-25-2019
How to Be Environmentally Conscious in Your Everyday Life
Sarah Banzhof is a Cuyahoga Falls resident and the owner of The Natural Body, a Falls-based company that sells natural beauty product alternatives that are free of parabens, silicones, sulfates, and harsh chemicals. She also runs a Facebook group dedicated to “living life and learning from one another how to lessen our carbon footprint, ... click to full story click to newspaper link click to more stories

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Cathy Basile, Falls Free Press, 4-19-2019
Public Meets to Hear Information on Gorge Dam Removal
More than 200 area residents gathered at the Natatorium Tuesday for an informational meeting about the Gorge Dam removal presented by the Ohio and U.S. Environmental Protection Agencies and Summit Metro Parks. Following the two-hour presentation, the audience was encouraged to share concerns as well as ask questions about the project and its effect ... click to full story click to newspaper link click to more stories

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Deciphering Democracy in Cuyahoga Falls Vol. 1
Alex Hall, Falls Free Press, 7-17-2018
I'm Just a (Cuyahoga Falls) Bill: A Civics Class Flashback
Tom Sullivan has been a fixture in the Falls community since 1978. He has served on several city committees and commissions, and he is a self-proclaimed "season ticket holder" to Monday night city council meetings.

To become a law, an idea must go through many steps and discussions; it’s a little dance that every piece of city-level legislation...
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Community Voices:
Sarah Banzhof, Falls Free Press, 6-11-2019
Remembering Stonewall and Understanding Pride
As we begin the month of June in the year of 2019—the 50th anniversary of the NYC Stonewall Riots—it is important to remember why Pride Month exists. It started as a riot led by trans women of color against police violence. It is much much more than riding on a float wearing rainbow beads and dancing with friends. Webster defines the word “pride” ... click to full story click to newspaper link click to more stories

Deciphering Democracy in Cuyahoga Falls Vol. 3
Tom Sullivan, Falls Free Press, 2-7-2019
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Planning Commission
Tom Sullivan has been a fixture in the Falls community since 1978. He has served on several city committees and commissions, and he is a self-proclaimed "season ticket holder" to Monday night city council meetings.

Across ...
click to full story click to newspaper link

Bart Sullivan, Falls Free Press, 10-11-2018
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Local Student Represents City at National Media Conference
During the week of July 8th, Cuyahoga Falls High School student Remi Starcher represented her city as a National Youth Correspondent at the 2018 Washington Journalism and Media Conference (WMJC) held on the campus of George Mason ... click to full story click to newspaper link

Deciphering Democracy in Cuyahoga Falls Vol. 2
Tom Sullivan, Falls Free Press, 11-30-2018
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What is a City Councilperson and How do they Get that Way?
Tom Sullivan has been a fixture in the Falls community since 1978. He has served on several city committees and commissions, and he is a self-proclaimed "season ticket holder" to Monday night city council meetings.

Becoming ...
click to full story click to newspaper link

Tips from the Green Girl Vol. 2
Sarah Banzhof, Falls Free Press, 11-30-2018
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How to Be Environmentally Conscious in Your Everyday Life
Sarah Banzhof is a Cuyahoga Falls resident and the owner of The Natural Body, a Falls-based company that sells natural beauty product alternatives that are free of parabens, silicones, sulfates, and harsh chemicals. She also ... click to full story click to newspaper link

Cathy Basile, Falls Free Press, 11-30-2018
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Rebirth of the Cuyahoga River
Choked with industrial wastes, oil, agricultural runoff, human waste, and chemical poisons even as early as the late-19th century, the Cuyahoga River was described as “an open sewer” by former Cleveland Mayor Rensselaer R. ... click to full story click to newspaper link

Ellen Stair, Falls Free Press, 12-3-2018
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Mayor Don Walters Meets Residents on Their Turf
Beginning in October, Mayor Don Walters began holding Front Yard Information (FYI) meetings in the front yards of Cuyahoga Falls Neighborhood Ambassadors. The meetings cover a lot of ground, including discussions of ways to keep ... click to full story click to newspaper link

Alex Hall, Falls Free Press, 2-7-2019
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Falls Council Election Takes Shape
The Cuyahoga Falls City Council election will take place this November, and the May primary petitions have been filed, giving a clear picture of the field of candidates.

Current Councilman Russ Iona (R-8) will face current At-large...
click to full story click to newspaper link

Alex Hall, Falls Free Press, 2-16-2019
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At-Large Council Seat to Be Filled by Meika Penta
The Cuyahoga Falls Democratic Central Committee on Saturday voted to appoint Meika Penta of 23rd Street to fill the vacant at-large seat that Paul Colavecchio resigned effective Feb. 15th.

Penta, who is running against former...
click to full story click to newspaper link

Tips from the Green Girl
Sarah Banzhof, Falls Free Press, 3-25-2019
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How to Be Environmentally Conscious in Your Everyday Life
Sarah Banzhof is a Cuyahoga Falls resident and the owner of The Natural Body, a Falls-based company that sells natural beauty product alternatives that are free of parabens, silicones, sulfates, and harsh chemicals. She also ... click to full story click to newspaper link

Cathy Basile, Falls Free Press, 4-19-2019
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Public Meets to Hear Information on Gorge Dam Removal
More than 200 area residents gathered at the Natatorium Tuesday for an informational meeting about the Gorge Dam removal presented by the Ohio and U.S. Environmental Protection Agencies and Summit Metro Parks. Following the two-hour ... click to full story click to newspaper link

Deciphering Democracy in Cuyahoga Falls Vol. 1
Alex Hall, Falls Free Press, 7-17-2018
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I'm Just a (Cuyahoga Falls) Bill: A Civics Class Flashback
Tom Sullivan has been a fixture in the Falls community since 1978. He has served on several city committees and commissions, and he is a self-proclaimed "season ticket holder" to Monday night city council meetings.

To become...
click to full story click to newspaper link

Community Voices:
Sarah Banzhof, Falls Free Press, 6-11-2019
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Remembering Stonewall and Understanding Pride
As we begin the month of June in the year of 2019—the 50th anniversary of the NYC Stonewall Riots—it is important to remember why Pride Month exists. It started as a riot led by trans women of color against police violence. ... click to full story click to newspaper link

  
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