A male suspect is currently being sought by the Summit County Sheriff's Office for the robbery of the PNC Bank location at 3379 Manchester Road on Thursday afternoon.
Construction season is in full swing in Coventry Township as the $7.9 million dollar project along State Route 93 is underway. Work on the road began in late March and is not expected to be completed until August 2014.
Voters, on Tuesday, approved the Coventry Local Schools combined 5.99-mill bond issue and permanent improvement levy. Passage ensures the construction of a new high school and avoids significant cuts to music and athletic programs across the district.
Tuesday morning, the Coventry Board of Education approved a two-year tentative agreement with the Ohio Association of Public School Employees (OAPSE) Local 131.
An inspection report by the Summit County Health department reveals Coventry Junior High is “in need of major repairs.” The report, issued this week, cited issues with the roof, ceilings, windows, walls and lighting at the facility.
Consistency is the mantra for Coventry softball entering the 2013 season.
The rebuilding process continues for Coventry track and field entering the 2013 season.
Repairs made to the Iris and Bender culverts in Coventry Township will help with stormwater when heavy rain strikes.
Local wrestling powers collided at the Northwest Division II sectional wrestling meet and St. Vincent-St. Mary and Coventry were intent on emerging victorious.
In the days leading up to the Feb. 5 special election for Coventry Local Schools, where voters decided on a 4.9 mill, 34-year-bond and 1.1 mill continuing permanent improvement levy, district Treasurer Aaron Butts indicated there were few “Plan B” options if Issue 1 were defeated.
When Lynn Wess took over – for the first time – as the head boys basketball coach at Coventry High School in 1983, he said his goal was “to just coach as long as I could.”
Sixth-grade science teacher Jim Trogdon has been in the business of this special science for 15 years, and his students love him for his wacky classroom adorned with dozens of stuffed critters, including deer, ducks, goats, bears, a swan and hundreds of other science-related items such as bird and insect nests, bones and skulls.
Danielle Hoover, 29, of Coventry Township has been charged with two counts of involuntary manslaughter and two counts of tampering with evidence and corrupting another with drugs.
Some voters have questioned both the district’s need for more money in general and its decision to ask for it with a special election.
After a month-long process, the Comets hired a familiar face as the head football coach.
For 2006 Coventry grads Matt Friedlund and Marty Ethington, post-college life doesn’t mean giving up the dream of someday becoming professional adventurers.